I very much appreciate your printing the May 18 letter from Frank Dessayer objecting to hotels and inns calling themselves B&Bs. My friends and I have often discussed this matter. We have stayed at bona fide B&B places in homes and apartments a number of times and found them to be exactly what we were looking for and a very pleasant experience.
I wonder why charming and even elaborate inns find it necessary to call themselves B&Bs; perhaps motels which furnish a free continental breakfast will be next to call themselves "B&B inns." My friends and I feel that at $100 to $200 (or even more), we can find our own amenities.
Your Travel Section is marvelous and I look forward to more news regarding B&B places and, hopefully, inns will not be recommended as "bed and breakfast."
E. V. ANDERSON