The PA Association of Bed & Breakfast Inns was initiated when a group of innkeepers gathered in State College in May 2011. This group of Innkeepers met frequently for about 18 months to write Bylaws, review our mission, decide on operational standards, and plot a course for this new association. Because PA stands second only to California in number of B&Bs in a state, PABBI’s volunteer Board of Directors saw the need and the potential strength of this group.
The following points tell much of the story of PABBI…
The mission of PABBI is to elevate and grow the bed and breakfast industry in Pennsylvania by providing support, guidance, and education to innkeepers; building strong relationships with key industry leaders; and lobbying for state laws and codes that fairly deal with the needs of innkeepers and guests.
To support Pennsylvania as a robust tourist destination by ensuring a strong, vibrant, top-quality bed and breakfast industry.
Pennsylvania Association of Bed and Breakfast Inns is dedicated to elevating the B&B industry in PA by providing:
- Education for Innkeepers
- Support of Innkeepers and the Tourism Industry
- Networking Opportunities
- Lobbying Efforts
- Setting Industry Standards
- Providing Public Awareness of B&Bs/Inns/Farm Stays
If you are interested in becoming a member of PABBI, go to our membership page here.
PABBI Board of Directors:
PABBI is the sponsor of the Keystone Innkeepers Assembly to be held November 1-3, 2016 at the Ramada Conference Center in State College, PA. Click here to learn more or to register.
Join other innkeepers to learn about new ideas, tools and resources to help you manage and grow your innkeeping business.
PABBI appreciates the support of our Allied Partners that provide a variety of services and products to the Bed & Breakfast Industry. Please contact our Allied Partners if you are looking for bed and breakfast related services. To learn more about our Allied Partners, click here.
If you are interested in learning more about PABBI, please contact our Administrator by calling 717-525-7799 or emailing [email protected].