A Bed and Breakfast can provide a great part-time or full-time income. A successful bed and breakfast business depends on a number of factors including the business location and economy, the lodging facilities, and the personalities of the owners.
One of the big decisions when starting a B&B is choosing a good name. Here are some tips on choosing a name that will best represent your Bed & Breakfast. Instead of using a name generator to come up with some random name, it is better to take your time and come up with a meaningful business name that will attract customers.
Some of the names below may already be in use in your area, or may be trademarked. Make sure you properly research your name before registering your business and ordering your marketing materials.
-Choose a name based on your location or your surroundings. (ex. Appleton B&B, Riverside B&B, Oak Lane B&B)
-Choose a person’s name. (Sarah’s B&B, Johnson Family Inn)
-Use alternatives to “B&B” or “Bed and Breakfast” such as “Inn”, “House”, “Guest House”, “Cottage”, etc.
There are a number of reasons why you should register your own website domain name for your business at this time also.
You can check for website name availability and get a FREE domain with web hosting purchase here.
If you need some more tips on choosing a business name: 12 Tips To Help Choose A Business Name.
Here are a list of Bed & Breakfast name ideas:
Pecan Valley Inn
Seven Wives Inn
Sleepy Hollow Bed And Breakfast
Blue Goose Inn
Garden Gate Get-A-Way
The Italian Place
The Inn of the Patriots B & B
Winding Brook Estates
Lodge at Sedona