Kentucky Bed & Breakfast Insurance
In Kentucky, Bed and Breakfast operations have to comply with regulations, including zoning, local health and building codes.
- Kentucky Department for Public Health, Division of Public Health Protection and Safety, Food Safety and Cosmetics Branch – http://chfs.ky.gov/dph/info/phps/bbprogram.htm
- Kentucky Administrative Regulations – http://lrc.ky.gov/kar/902/045/006.htm
When you open your bed and breakfast, you want visitors to find you. For information about promoting your Kentucky bed and breakfast visit:
Bed & Breakfast Association of Kentucky – http://www.kentuckybb.com/
Kentucky county convention and visitors bureaus, commissions and tourism offices may also list your bed and breakfast operation:
- Kentucky Tourism – all counties
- Bluegrass Region
- Daniel Boone Country
- Kentucky’s Western Waterland
- Northern Kentucky CVB
- Northern Kentucky River Region
- Southern & Eastern Kentucky Tourism
- Anderson County Tourism Commission
- Bardstown/Nelson County Tourism
- Bell County Tourism Commission
- Cadiz/Trigg County Tourist & Convention Commission
- Carlisle-Nicholas County Tourism
- Carrollton/Carroll County Tourism
- Columbia-Adair County Tourism Commission
- Cumberland County Tourism
- Danville-Boyle County CVB
- Edmonson County Tourism
- Estill Development Alliance
- Frankfort/Franklin County Tourist & Convention
- Gallatin Conty Tourism Commission
- Georgetown/Scott County Tourism
- Glasgow-Barren County Tourist & Convention
- Grant County Tourist & Convention Commission
- Grayson County Tourism
- Harlan Tourist & Convention Commission
- Harrodsburg/Mercer County Tourist Commission
- Hazard/Perry County Tourism
- Henderson County Tourist Commission
- Hopkins County Tourist & Convention Commission
- Hopkinsville Christian County CVB
- Horse Cave/Hart County Tourist Commission
- Jessamine County
- Kentucky Great River Region Organization
- Knott County Tourism Commission
- Lawrence County Tourism Commission
- Lebanon Kentucky Tourist & Convention
- Liberty & Casey County Tourism
- Lincoln County Tourism
- London-Laurel County Tourist Commission
- Marshall County Tourism Commission
- McCreary County Tourist Commission
- Meade County Tourism
- Monroe County Tourism Commission
- Ohio County Tourism Commission
- Oldham County Tourism
- Owensboro-Daviess County CVB
- Owingsville/Bath County Recreation & Tourism
- Paducah Convention & Visitors Bureau
- Paintsville Tourism
- Pike County Tourism CVB
- Powell County Tourism Commission
- Russell County Tourism
- Shepherdsville/Bullitt County Tourism
- Shelbyville/Simpsonville/Shelby CountyVisitors Bureau
- Simpson County Tourism Commission
- Somerset-Pulaski County CVB
- Springfield Tourism Commission
- Taylor County Tourist Commission
- Taylorsville and Spencer County Tourism
- Todd County Community Alliance
- Webster County
- Winchester-Clark County Tourism Commission
- Woodford County Tourist Commission
Spend some time on the Internet and see if potential visitors can find you. If they can’t find your B&B, visitors won’t be able to enjoy a stay with you.
- Many cities throughout Kentucky also have visitors bureaus that may offer online listings or downloadable activity guides.
- Local Chambers of Commerce provide another way to promote your bed and breakfast operation.
- Connecting on social media lets visitors know when your B&B is open for their enjoyment.
- In addition to these options, you may choose to list your bed and breakfast in commercial B and B listing websites. Many directory sites offer free listings, while some are paid. Free sites often have click-based advertising or sponsor advertising to help defray the expense of maintenance and provide income to the web developer. Be sure to take the time to contact the web owner to see if you’re a good fit.
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