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A STELLAR B&B IN NORFOLK, VIRGINIA

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Over the past decade, the bed & breakfast industry has gone after the high-end of the travel market, those who are looking for luxury and personal service rather than just low rates. It was an ...

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Over the past decade, the bed
& breakfast industry has gone after the high-end of the travel market, those who are looking for luxury and personal service rather than just low rates. It was an intelligent marketing decision, as evidenced by the fact that the industry is booming, despite the general
downturn in the travel field
since September 11.

An example of such a
success, and deservedly so,
is The Page House Inn of Norfolk, Virginia. The Page
House's partners, Carl Albero
and his Yorkshire terrier, Stormi, provide an extraordinary experience,
combining luxurious surroundings with the friendliest of welcomes.
With seven stylish rooms (three of them suites)in a fabulously decorated Georgian Revival mansion, The Page House makes guests feel like lords and ladies of the manor.
And their breakfasts provide
diners with a feast for the eyes as well as the tastebuds.

Another attraction of The Page House is its location, right next door to the Chrysler Museum, one of the finest art museums in America, and within walking distance of Norfolk's newest tourist site, the USS Wisconsin.

For further information, log on to their website, www.pagehouseinn.com. For more information on Norfolk, visit www.norfolkcvb.com. Enjoy!