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Five Types of Valentines and Where to Find Them; B&B Help Cupid

Fear not single ladies, strategically placed bed and breakfasts play cupid to your arrow, identifying the five types of Valentines and where to find them!
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Jan. 25, 2011 - PRLog -- Nauseated by all your friends lovey dovey Valentine’s Day plans? Wondering when your love life might just turn around?

Don’t let a pudgy cherub with a pointy arrow dictate your Valentine’s Day plans! You know what you’re looking for, you just need to position yourself better to find it. Somewhere, out there, there’s a great guy at a bar with an empty stool beside him.

So, grab your fire engine red lipstick, your photo ID, and get out of town. After all, if you always do the same old thing, don’t you always get the same old results? has put together a list of the five types of Valentines and where to find them. Plus accommodations where you and your single gal friends may stay with cool amenities and complimentary breakfasts – hey, you’ll need your energy.

If down-home, belt-buckled, Wrangler-wearing, men are your favorite, you’ll want to head to Nashville. The Tennessee capital is big on boys with guitars, country crooners and honky-tonks.

If you go: Grab your girlfriend and head to the Daisy Hill Bed and Breakfast in Nashville’s trendy and historic Hillsboro Village. The inn’s Scandinavian Room features two twin sleigh feather beds topped with down comforters. Full daily breakfasts vary from piled-high French toast to homemade quiche. Complimentary beverages and all-day snacks are included. Free wireless internet let’s you quickly post your photos on Facebook. The inn does have a two-night minimum stay but with rates at $160, divided by two ($80 each) it’s as if you get one night free. The Brentwood and The Big Bungalow Bed & Breakfast are also popular choices though there are many other fun Nashville bed and breakfasts and Tennessee inns.

Manhattan or shall we say, Men-hattan, is the place to go to catch a fast-talking, career-obsessed, former stockbroker. If you’re looking to sip cosmopolitans in an urban playground, you’ve met your match.

If you go:  Conveniently located in New York City’s Upper East Side, the Ivy Terrace, is walking distance to countless bars and restaurants. It’s also rather close to prestigious hospitals with uber-qualified doctors (hint). High on old world charm and modern amenities, the inn features stunning antiques, complimentary WiFi, cable TV, and a guest kitchen stocked with breakfast treats, cookware and coffee maker. The inn has a two-night minimum, starting at $265 per night per room – the special rate includes a chilled bottle of Prosecco and four handmade truffles. So figure $132.50 each per day… not too shabby; plus, you can’t put a price on love (remember you’re near the best hospitals in the world). Hotel 309 and Wyman House are also popular B&B choices in Manhattan, though there are many other New York City bed and breakfasts and Manhattan inns.

If you want to meet a mountaineer, you’re going to have to climb a mountain. So, chop, chop… grab your winter skis, windbreaker and chapstick and hit the slopes.

If you go: Lucky you… the Wakefield Inn & Spa in Wakefield, Quebec is the only accommodation within the natural beauty of the Gatineau Park. This means there’s more than 36,100-hectares of hills, forest, lakes and streams. This also means, any nearby male outdoor enthusiasts are likely to congregate here. Jackpot! The inn, a luxurious alcove, features a waterfall dining solarium and a charming fireplace lounge. The onsite spa has a full menu of treatments. An overnight stay for you and a friend, sharing one room, is $324 before taxes, which includes a full, hot, breakfast and a three-course Valentine’s dinner. Complimentary wireless internet is included. Hayden Wexford House and Manoir Mon Calme are also popular lodging choices in Quebec, though there are many other Quebec bed and breakfasts and Canada inns.

Hot and sweaty for the laidback, Hawaiian Tropic-scented, type of guy? Sunny Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is the place for you. Grab your flip flops and a bottle of water and take seaside seats. Sooner or later, those surfer dudes… they all fall down.

If you go: Steps from a glorious sandy beach, is the Granada Inn. This secluded paradise lets guests enjoy Continental breakfast poolside each morning – sunny side up. Stroll along the ocean, “accidentally” lose your beach ball near the surfer catching his breath, or shop the high-end boutiques along Las Olas Boulevard. The inn provides an easy escape and a lot of eye candy. There’s also free internet, in case you generously want to share your red hot pics and instantly make friends green with envy. There’s a two-night minimum on each stay; prices start at $139 per room (based on double occupancy). Florida has many waterside bed and breakfasts, to fine tune your search be more specific, looking up inns in Key West bed and breakfasts or Fort Myers bed and breakfasts. If you’re undecided where in Florida you’d like to spot six-packs, browse all Florida bed and breakfasts. PS - Don’t forget to mail some of those “wish you were here” postcards!

They just don’t make men like Rhett Butler anymore. Still, if you’re seeking a true Southern gentleman, a man’s man, who will open doors and buy you emerald green hats, Savannah, Georgia, is your best bet.

If you go: Sweet and historic, the Green Palm Inn instantly exudes Savannah charm. The inn, once cottages for seamen, has a refreshingly folk Victorian feel. Just steps from Greene Square, one of historic Savannah's best known gardens, the inn is also a short stroll to the Savannah River Street and other cultural hotspots. Southern hospitality at its best, the innkeepers are known for their over-the-top gourmet breakfasts, afternoon dessert and pre-dinner wine and cheese. They also have the inside scoop on nightlife and can steer you away from the Ashley Wilkes of the world… after all, you are looking to actually meet someone with a backbone, right? Rates start at $149 plus tax per night. Complimentary wireless internet is included. There is a two-night minimum for Valentine’s Day. The Marshall House Bed and Breakfast and the Azalea Inn and Gardens are also popular places to stay, though there are many fantastic Savannah bed and breakfasts and Georgia inns.

Regardless of where you choose to go to get in Cupid’s path, have a great time, look around and keep your chin up. In the end, it’s better to be looking for someone great than to be stuck with someone who isn’t.

For more specifics on these locations and bed and breakfasts in the area contact Maria Coder at 212.480.0414 x 16 or email .

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