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Top Bed & Breakfasts Near Las Vegas

November 30, 2013 4:00 AM

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A B&B can give you a unique view of an unfamiliar area. There’s a sense of coziness and history in many establishments and personal attention is second to none. Compared to hotels and motels, bed and breakfast establishments can make your visit to Nevada feel as though you were visiting friends or even staying in a luxurious spa setting. And as for creature comforts, B&Bs are known for their attention to detail and are especially good at catering to your every need.

Milo’s Inn at Boulder
Karen & Stephen Gay
534 Nevada Way
Boulder City, NV 89005
(702) 294-4244
www.milosinnatboulder.com

When you visit Milo’s Inn, a scant half hour or less from Las Vegas, you leave all of the hustle and bustle behind as you step into a paradise consisting of old world charm and modern convenience. There is a flower and vine-lined enclosed patio with its own outdoor fireplace, complete with the sounds of a cascading Caribbean-styled waterfall: a rainforest in the desert. There are four Tuscan-inspired custom room designs where you can enjoy a spa experience or luxuriate before partaking in a delicious breakfast. Nestled within old town Boulder City, you can explore the surrounding town at your leisure and may even want to visit Lake Mead, just a stone’s throw away.


Pine Tree Inn and Bakery

412 N. 3rd St.
Panaca, NV 89042
(775) 728-4675
www.pinetreebnb.com

If you are looking for an elegant yet casual B&B located just a couple of hours from Las Vegas, you can find nowhere more distinctive than Pine Tree Inn. You can choose accommodations within the Inn or at a two-bed, one-bath cabin on the property. This is a small bed and breakfast, with four themed guest rooms (plus the cabin). Features include a comfortable sitting room and a library where you can finally indulge in a good book without distractions. A hot breakfast is served every morning in the dining room and each individual room has its own bathroom, high-speed wireless internet (if you must combine business and pleasure) and a large flat-screen TV with satellite. Better yet, you have the option of picking up some delectable treats from the bakery to enjoy at your leisure.

Related: Top Weekend Getaways In The Las Vegas Area

Stay-at-Dar’s Bed & Breakfast
1501 E. Mt. Charleston Drive S.
Pahrump, NV 89048
(775) 727-4285
www.stay-at-dars.com

Darlene Howard purchased an elegant unfinished house in 1999 and converted it to a “green,” welcoming home away from home, opening in 2001. This non-smoking alternative to casino accommodations offers relaxed, friendly service with spacious rooms, queen-sized beds, private bathrooms, wireless internet and serves as the perfect starting point for area golf courses, Nevada’s best wineries, hiking and countless opportunities for exploration and photo ops in the Spring Mountains or Nopah Mountains. This quiet B&B will truly fulfill your needs for a restful, enjoyable vacation or weekend retreat.

Historic Boulder Dam Hotel Bed & Breakfast
1305 Arizona St.
Boulder City, NV 89005
(702) 293-3510
www.boulderdamhotel.com

The Historic Boulder Dam Hotel B&B is far enough from the glitter of Las Vegas to be seen as both a great escape and a welcome retreat. You can use it as a resting point for visiting Hoover Dam, enjoying its historic past featuring bygone hospitality, with 22 quaint, comfy rooms and suites with all of the modern amenities, couched within a true restored, renovated “grand dame.”

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Sharon Damon is a preschool specialist, avid reader, passionate writer and creative baker/ cook. She has been a cooking instructor at a local Rec Center in Henderson, NV since 2011, and has written for Examiner and other publications since 2010. She knows her way around the keyboard and the kitchen! Sharon moved from a small city in Canada to Las Vegas 6 years ago, to marry the love of her life, and has since been swept up in the whirlwind known as Sin City. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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