Starting your own country inn

May 1985
Yankee;May85, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p104
If you've always fancied yourself an innkeeper, consider starting a bed-and-breakfast operation right in your home. Here is practical advice from a family who did just that. INSET: You can learn to bed & board..


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