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July 7, 2014 • Checking In, Hotels & Resort Reports, USA • Views: 1840

How influential are blogs? Very it would seem, particularly in China. An easy 90 minute drive from Yellowstone National Park makes the charming town of Bozeman a natural stop-over but for one Chinese family, the drawcard wasn’t the park but the chance to stay at the historic Voss Inn, a smartly turned out B&B that serves an oven-fresh breakfast. Reading a report on a Chinese-language blog, they drove 1,000kms arriving at midnight just to snuggle into a four-poster bed amongst chintz décor, gilt-edged mirrors and polished oak floorboards, have breakfast and depart. “We’re known as the Bel Air of Bozeman” boasts co-owner Frankee Muller who runs the B&B with husband Bruce. Built in 1929 and sited in the toffy Bon Ton neighbourhood, what is it that makes staying at the Voss Inn so special?1-USA 015 482 Undoubtedly, it’s the warm welcome, usually accompanied by a delicious afternoon tea, the graciously restored suites oozing Victorian-era ambience and the breakfast which guests can either share together in the dining room or enjoy in their own room. Freshly squeezed orange juice together with just-baked muffins, a fruit platter, cereals and egg en cocotte plus tea and coffee and you’re ready for a big day out in Yellowstone National Park.
Voss Inn, 319 S Wilson, Bozeman, Montana www.bozeman-vossinn.com
Room rates starting from around USD125 include wireless internet, clawfoot tub, free local calls and complimentary afternoon tea.

 

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