The cost of a bed and breakfast
For a day, the cost of a bed as well as having breakfast can start from as low as $50. The highest pricing can go as high as $250 for a room hosting a single client. Pricing of these facilities are affected by the location, size, quality, season as well as climatic conditions. This paper elaborates on the different factors that affect the pricing levels in different locations.
The size of a room given to a client determines the level of the price to be allocated to it. Small rooms with little beds can be cheaper because of their proportions. The type of breakfast you order can as well be cheaper or expensive. Good quality foods tend to be charged higher prices compared to relatively inferior foods. If you spend a day in a small room and consumes cheap breakfast, the total cost for a day may not go beyond $60. Cheap food does may not be bad food, but common food that is sold in different prices depending on the location.
The small-size beds are those with measurements from 3 feet by 6 feet as well as 4 feet by 6 feet. Little beds fit in small rooms that may have washrooms at a separate place other than in those rooms. These small rooms with little beds serve single visitors at a time because of bed sizes cannot accommodate more visitors. There are relatively large chambers but have a number of small beds in them. These large rooms may cost less compared to the single chambers because they lack privacy and most of the resources are shared.
Geographical location of lodging can as well determine the cost of services offered. Hotels located in or near parks as well as zoos are expected to charge higher prices for their services. Those located in urban centers have different prices on their services. Facilities near beaches may have a higher price compared to those located in interior places. Due to the location, the type of food may have varying prices. Pricing is higher with spaces near conservation places since the clients can see wildlife as well as the beauty of nature in addition. The closeness to the urban center makes it easier for visitors to access transportation quickly at all climatic conditions.
Hotels have standards that help in determining the actual fees for their services. High-class facilities are characterized by the presence of Wi-Fi, good security, good customer reviews as well as relatively higher charges. A visitor may purchase breakfast in a breakfast and bed hotel at say $30, but get charged up to $90 for the same quality breakfast in a four or excellent hotels due to the attributes of the facility. Foreigners are most of the time expected to spend more in a facility that they may share with residents of a nation.
High seasons of tourist visits attract a rise in fees charged for services offered in different chambers. A rise in fees is meant to discourage most of the residents while attracting foreigners that bring more income to the facility. During this inflated season, food charges also go high including breakfast that may be served. When there is a low season, some facilities may offer lower costs to entice the few visitors who may be interested in their utility. Quantity as well as food quality may be increased and be advertised with a lower price-tag on it.
Weather conditions might be an underlying factor that affects price levels of facilities. During Winter, there are visitors who may find it suitable for them to travel. Offers and pricing for Winter season may differ from the summer evaluation. The difference occurs due to the uneven visits made by tourists during the two seasons. Bad weather conditions do not encourage more tourists while favorable weather conditions motivate more travels.
The cost of a bed as well as breakfast will depend on where you visit, when you visit, the type of chamber you occupy, the kind of attention granted to you, condition of the atmosphere present while you visit as well as the type of food supplies. Travelling abroad may require that you dig deep into your pocket to access the attention you require.