Definition of bed and breakfast in English:

bed and breakfast

Syllabification: bed and break·fast
(abbreviation: b. & b.)

noun

1Sleeping accommodations for a night and a morning meal, provided in guest houses and small hotels.
More example sentences
  • Guests can stay mid week for two nights bed and breakfast and one evening meal from €135 per person sharing.
  • This price includes three nights' bed and breakfast, one evening meal and a gala banquet on New Year's Eve.
  • I wanted to get away for two nights this week for the Easter Holidays with my wife and my young son who is eleven and was quoted €740 for two night's bed and breakfast with one evening meal.
1.1A guest house or small hotel offering sleeping accommodations and a morning meal.
More example sentences
  • Accommodation is plentiful whether you try hotels, motels, bed and breakfast or for something a little different a farmstay.
  • Places to stay range from hotels and bed and breakfast to self-catering apartments, farmhouses and camping.
  • Hotels, guesthouses and bed and breakfast establishments had the no vacancy signs out early and pubs, restaurants and nightclubs enjoyed a roaring trade.

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