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Bed-and-breakfast inns come of age


, : Bed-and-breakfast inns come of age. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly 34(2): 14-23

The bed and breakfast (B&B) segment is growing in the USA and as it grows its characteristics increasingly match those of the lodging industry as a whole.

Accession: 002308610

DOI: 10.1016/0010-8804(93)90102-o

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