As local travel experts, we know what travelers are looking for when it comes to finding the perfect accommodations for their next trip. To compile our lists, we scour the internet to find properties with excellent ratings and reviews, desirable amenities, nearby attractions, and that something special that makes a destination worthy of traveling for.

Feel like getting away for the weekend? If so, consider staying at one of Nevada’s most beautiful bed and breakfasts. At a bed and breakfast, you’ll get the care and attention you deserve and the only thing you’ll have to focus on is relaxing and having a great time. Staying at any of these bed and breakfasts in Nevada is the perfect way to experience the history and beauty of the Silver State.

Is there a Nevada bed and breakfast you enjoy visiting when you feel the need for a weekend getaway? If so, please share in the comments – we love hearing from you!

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What are some of the best places to stay in Nevada? 

Nevada is a brilliant state with so much more to offer than just the Strip. In fact, many of the best places to stay in Nevada are nowhere near the Strip! Some of our favorites include The Retreat on Charleston Peak, an intensely beautiful resort on Mt. Charleston. We also love Edgewood Tahoe, which is – you guessed it – at Lake Tahoe. Other popular places to stay in Nevada include the Old Pioneer Garden Country Inn, up in Unionville (northern Nevada), Cactus Pete’s, Death Valley Inn, and plenty of places in Laughlin, Reno, and Vegas (that aren’t, like we said, on the Strip). Don’t sleep on the small towns, though, either – many are truly wonderful!  

What are some wonderful getaway spots in Nevada?  

Nevada doesn’t get the credit it deserves for its beauty and getaway potential if you ask us. For example, did you know that Nevada – not Colorado, Alaska, or Wyoming – is the hot springs capital of the United States? Yep – there are more than 300 known natural hot springs all over the state, some of which are developed (ie, resorts and retreats were built up around them) and many of which are wild and free. Some, though, are much too hot for soaking, so make sure to do your research while planning that particular kind of getaway adventure. Then, there are our amazing state parks and natural wonders. If you’ve never been to Lake Tahoe, you absolutely NEED to. It’s something else entirely in the “beautiful” department. Red Rock Canyon is awe-inspiring, and Pyramid Lake is somehow both odd and majestic simultaneously. Nevada is awesome, and there is no shortage of things to do, see, and experience; check this article out for some more ideas for your next getaway! 

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