The Traveling Cannabis Writer Features the Bud and Breakfast Network in Leafly
Recently, I had the opportunity to travel the country, check into, and experience 420 friendly BnB’s across the United States. As a traveling cannabis writer, nothing annoys me more than lack of spaces that allow people to consume their medicine. Many will say that people can consume edibles, beverages, and tinctures anywhere they want; however, for many cannabis patients, smoking is their best and most beneficial way to treat their conditions. In a country where over half of the states have legalized cannabis in some way, consideration needs to be given to cannabis friendly spaces that welcome cannabis consumption in all forms.
That said, I was happy to collaborate with Bud and Breakfast to explore their network of 420 friendly BnB’s for the new travel guide in Leafly. Check out the Bud and Breakfast network features:
High Society BnB- Chicago, IL
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The first 420-friendly BnB building in Chicago (Wicker Park), where BnB stands for: beds and buds. High Society BnB wants guests to hang out and gather together in one of their three comfortable and artistic, 420-friendly spaces that come equipped with kitchens, cannabis accessories, decks/yard spaces, and hemp flower provided by the hosts/owners for each check-in.
The units are great for group travel and for those that want to walk instead of drive around Wicker Park. There are a bunch of restaurants, boutiques, and smoke shops in the area. During warm months, guests will really enjoy the outdoor areas which allow guests to kick back and feel the vibration of the city.
The Copperhouse- Detroit, MI
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Price: $100 +
Located in Northwest Detroit, rooted in activism, and creating a safe space for the LGBTQ community, the Copperhouse Detroit wants conscious cannabis consumers to find their home away from home in this 420-friendly safe space.
Staying at the Copperhouse means staying in a downstairs space that sleeps at least eight people. It comes equipped with a kitchen, bathroom, washer and dryer, a backyard oasis, cannabis accessories, and continental breakfast. The hosts encourage guests to bring their own cannabis, but they get you started with a joint at check-in, and offer curated experiences from a list of preferred vendors: massage therapy, meditation, and cannabis delivery.
Tiny House Holland- Holland, MI
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Price: starting at $100/night
Located in Holland, MI just outside of Grand Rapids, MI, Tiny House Holland gives cannabis lovers all the feels of a lake town, in a cozy studio, about 5 minutes from Lake Michigan. This tiny house is fenced in with lots of privacy, a private patio area great for a cookout, a sesh in nature, and/or to watch the sunrise and set.
Stays at Tiny House Holland include a small kitchen area (no stove but there is a gas grill outside), full bathroom, cannabis accessories, a menu with a range of cannabis products for purchase, and a guide to local smoke shops, dispensaries, and restaurants.
Mujeres Valley Campground- Fence Lake, NM
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Located in Fencelake, NM about 2 hours west of Albuquerque, Mujeres Valley Campground (MVC) offers guests a 420-friendly experience on a 20-acre sustainable campground, surrounded by nature’s beauty.
MVC prides itself on being a safe space for the BIPOC and cannabis-loving communities. Visitors are invited to bring their own cannabis, their pets, their tents and/or RV;’s, and good vibes for a 420-friendly getaway in the mountains that is sure to recharge, reset, and reclaim balance.
Canna Cape Cod- Washington, D.C
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Price: $280+ (for 2 guests)
The first all-inclusive 420-friendly bed and breakfast, located in D.C with all the feeling of paradise, Canna Cape Cod is located in the heart of the city. A complete vibe for guests who want to show up, check-in, and not worry about a thing.
Guests have everything at their fingertips at this all-inclusive means that: cannabis, 3 infused meals (vegan and vegetarian options available), a snack bar, cannabis accessories, infused snacks, and an open bar are all included in the price. The space is perfect for group travel, couples travel, and singles travel.
The home is decorated with gorgeous art, vibrant colors, and something for everyone: books, movies, hookah, and a backyard that is perfect for relaxation, a group sesh, and/or connection to the earth. Only in town for the day? Canna Cape Cod offers day trip options, too.
More to Come with Bud and Breakfast and the Traveling Cannabis Writer
If you all haven’t heard, you should tune into this press release, and this article to hear all about the new sponsorship/partnership. Stay tuned because we aren’t finished! We have more Bud and Breakfast network features coming soon.
The original piece can be found here, where it was originally written by Veronica Castillo, the Traveling Cannabis Writer, and published in Leafly.
Veronica Castillo, also known as the Traveling Cannabis Writer, lives on the road covering people, places, and things in cannabis, hemp, and overall plant medicines. Her work can be found in industry publications like: Leafly, MJ News Network, Grow Magazine, and Skunk Magazine to name a few.
You can follow her journey on Instagram: @v2_traveling_veg_canna_writer