On your next vacation, make a getaway to a hospitable bud and breakfast in a canna-legal state where you can enjoy one-of-a-kind accommodations with a local mom-and-pop vibe. Since being officially 420-friendly is prohibited in a hotel setting, this lends itself to a not-so-underground network of homestays that allow visitors to exist in a supportive atmosphere, stay in a customized room, connect with nature and/or add some other level to their canna-tourism experience.
Find a wealth of these bud and breakfasts, from places that simply offer a smoke-friendly patio to accommodations that are all-out nature retreats or offer dispensary tours, on websites such as TravelTHC, Kush Tourism, The Travel Joint and Bud and Breakfast. Lucky for you, we’ve narrowed down the cream of the crop for you right here.
Make a quaint escape to the mountains of Idyllwild at Hicksville, which boasts 10 uniquely themed rooms, a communal teepee for making friends over a session and rec room with free arcade, ping pong, shuffleboard, darts, and more. Room motifs range from Dolly Parton to Jack White’s Third Man Records and even director John Waters, though only one allows smoking inside (aptly named the 420 Room). Rates are some of the most affordable anywhere, starting at just $100 per night.
Feeling Groovy at Eagle Creek Ranch
Trinity Center, CA
You won’t miss smoking inside at Eagle Creek Ranch, where you’ll experience a most idyllic getaway in one of two guest houses set on 116 acres of private mountain property. Rise for morning yoga before sitting down for an organic breakfast. Take a horseback ride, go swimming and enjoy the comforting sounds of the babbling Ripple Creek before joining everyone at the Groovy House for 4:20 happy hour with a colored (yes, brightly so) sheep walk. Rates start at $125 per night.
Set in a Victorian Home in a historic Denver district boasting one-of-a-kind hospitality, The Adagio aims to please, with six custom rooms and a communal living room that consistently creates instant friendships. If a wake-and-bake breakfast with bottomless mimosas and all the munchies you want throughout the day aren’t enough, you can add a package to your stay. Add full transportation, romance with Champagne and roses, a wide variety of cannabis tours and more. Get a treatment at the spa where you can enjoy it to the fullest. Smoking is only in designated areas and room rates start at $300 per night.
It’s hard to underestimate what a true getaway the Potleaf Treehouse is, as it’s an actual naturally constructed house for two in a tree, built by Washington legend SunRay Kelly. Set in the forest along with two tiny caravans in the complex, you’re surrounded by nature in its purest form (that is, with WiFi) and accommodated by an outdoor shower and separate but pristine outhouse. The fire pit and hot tub are all you need to enjoy the nighttime country views over discounted purchases from a nearby dispensary. Animal lovers will enjoy the company of the resident horse, donkey and miniature pig. Smoking is allowed indoors and out — and room rates start at $225 per night.
The Funky House
Step into one of the most unique and eccentric houses you’ll ever see. Spiral staircases, round rooms and three stories of quirky interior features — even hidden rooms — will ensure your stay is a trip. The rooftop yields majestic views of the mountains while green memory foam mattresses give way to easy slumber. Take a soak in the hot tub. Smoke inside or out, as you’ll have easy access to dispensaries in-town — the host is also able to provide some. Take a trip to one of many nearby waterfalls in the area to realign with nature. Rates are $420 per night.
Alaska Cannabis Retreat
Just outside Wasilla is a full service 420 getaway with cozy cabins set on a 40-acre ranch that will fulfill all of your cannabis needs. Choose from their wealth of receptacles from which to enjoy your bud, which is to be enjoyed both indoors and out. There’s also a private kitchen (one meal per day comes with your rate), where they’re available to infuse your food with weed. There’s also a game room, Russian bathhouse, and wood-fired hot tub. Room service is available and you can schedule your meals at whichever times you like. Go fishing, hiking, boating, biking nearby; the best thing is that all transportation can be arranged by the retreat. Rates start at $250 per night.
Tender Bud Acres
Alongside gorgeous countryside views, tons of wineries, and the Oregon Coast sits Tender Bud Acres, the perfect getaway for your canna-vacation. They have as much paraphernalia as you could want to help you consume your cannabis, though smoking is available only in the outdoor areas. Enjoy a delicious breakfast made with eggs from the chicken outside — their kitchen is free for use — or have the mother-and-daughter team prepare your meal for you themselves. Roam the five-acre farm to reconnect with nature. Rates start at an affordable $100 per night.
Delta 9 House
Stay in one of three rooms named Sativa, Indica, and Hybrid at the Delta 9 House in Portland, where smoking inside isn’t only allowed, “it’s encouraged.” Homemade breakfasts featuring eggs from their own hens and coffee are included with your stay, as are all the tools you need for enjoying your bud. It’s a prime location for facilitating all your needs, cannabis and otherwise, and is owned by a couple of pioneers in the legalization fight. Be charmed by their dogs and the endless bud & dabs, but most of all by Russ and Lori’s utmost hospitality.
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