California Association of Bed & Breakfast Inns 20th Anniversary Travel Guide Wins Award of Excellence

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The 20th Anniversary California Association of Bed & Breakfast Inns (CABBI) Travel Guide was presented with an International Society of Hotel Association Executives (ISHAE) Award of Excellence in the Membership Programs category.

20th Edition CABBI Travel Guide

20th Edition CABBI Travel Guide

The 20th Anniversary California Association of Bed & Breakfast Inns (CABBI) Travel Guide was presented with an International Society of Hotel Association Executives (ISHAE) Award of Excellence in the Membership Programs category. The award was presented to CABBI at the annual ISHAE winter conference on December 8, 2011 in La Jolla, CA.

ISHAE presents the annual Awards of Excellence for the best lodging industry association programs and services. The CABBI Travel Guide is the largest resource for bed and breakfast travel information in the state. This 144-page publication features 158 California bed and breakfast inns and was carefully designed with the B&B traveler in mind.

The guide includes expanded listings with property descriptions, photos and contact information. These quality-certified properties include bed and breakfasts, inns, boutique hotels, historic Victorian mansion, country cottages and more. For more information or to order a CABBI Travel Guide, visit http://www.cabbi.com/travel-guide.

Established in 1991, The California Association of Bed & Breakfast Inns (CABBI) is a partner of the California Hotel & Lodging Association and is nationally affiliated with the American Hotel & Lodging Association. CABBI is California’s largest association of professional innkeepers and certified bed and breakfast inns. CABBI is a marketing-driven organization designed to create awareness among consumers of individual CABBI members and the benefits of choosing a CABBI-certified inn for overnight accommodations in California. See http://www.cabbi.com for more details.

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