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Nevada B&B’s guild launches website

Nevada Appeal staff report

A new website has been launched by The Nevada Bed & Breakfast Guild, a 13-member organization that includes one member in Carson City.

The website is at, according to the guild, and it showcases the wide range of inns and lodges that are in both urban and rural Nevada.

Nevada bed and breakfast lodging facilities in the guild want to foster high-quality and unique standards of hospitality across the Silver State, said Dee Helming, president of the guild, in a release.

“Nevada’s B&Bs allow visitors to acquaint themselves with the Silver State through more personal travel experiences that create lasting memories,” Helming said. “The new website is a place to start building that experience.”

The site, according to the guild, highlights the 13 member inns with short histories, descriptions of rooms and menus, local amenities, photographs and likes to members’ own websites.

The Carson City member of the group is Bliss Bungalow. Others, in community alphabetical order, are: In Alamo, A Cowboy’s Dream; in Austin, both the Paradise Ranch Castle and Union Street Lodging; in Boulder City, Milo’s Inn; in Dyer, the Queensland Vineyard B&B; in Genoa, the Wild Rose Inn; in Kingston, Miles End Bed & Breakfast; in Panaca, the Pine Tree Bakery; in Reno, Wildflower Village; in Virginia City, B Street House and Cobb Mansion; and. in Washoe Valley, the Deer Run Ranch.