Good news Vape Tempers! A new website had launched that will help you to find cannabis friendly accommodations during your travels! It’s going to be easier than ever to bust out your best vaporizer and enjoy your vacation properly!
The new website is called Bud and Breakfast, the first web-based booking engine to match travelers with safe and legal accommodations in places which have legalized the use of cannabis for medical and/or recreational use. This currently includes Alaska, Colorado, Oregon and Washington as well as countries like Jamaica,The Netherlands and Uruguay.
Before now, anyone traveling to a place where cannabis is legal still faced the challenge of finding a place to smoke or vaporize cannabis flower or enjoy edibles infused with cannabinoids. The fact is, consumption of cannabis is still not legal in public – not in a car, hotel, bar, restaurant or anywhere other than a private residence.
Bud and Breakfast said “We want to provide an accessible network of accommodations that meet high standards of quality, reliability and satisfaction for travelers who also wish to enjoy the benefits of this wonderfully healing plant,” said Sean Roby, founder and CEO of Bud and Breakfast. “This goes beyond people looking to smoke pot. There are families with sick children looking for alternative treatments and adults who live with handicaps being treated with cannabis. Bud and Breakfast makes it possible to find a comfortable setting – like a private home – to begin healing. It’s great to know we can help them.”
The current website allows accommodation owners to list their property with a description, pricing and booking calendar. It also allows the owner to set rules, such as restricting cannabis use to an exterior patio or only allowing consumption via vaporization – which may be there waiting for you when you arrive. Travelers can use the website to search for accommodations worldwide, filtering by location, price, property type and amenities.
It seems like it’s going to be a pretty useful service if they can get enough property owners to meet the demand! What do you guys think? Have you ever stayed in cannabis friendly accommodations while traveling? Let us know!