Are you interested in:
- Boutique women owned accommodation.
- A hotel for women, or one that has a dedicated area for women.
- A women only guest house or hostel
Stay in a women’s hotel in Berlin, a hostel for women in Rome or Venice, a Rural B&B in New Zealand, or an apartment in the middle of Manhattan.
Other reasons to stay in accommodation in this network:
- Many of these are hosted accommodation, with the added bonus of meeting local people and experiencing a little of their lives. “Delicious breakfasts, and like staying with friends”, and also finding out great local information.
- Much better than a hotel – which sometimes look the same no matter what country you are in.
- Most are small women owned businesses – you are supporting these local initiatives and local economies.
Travel for Free
- Wwoofing – Willing Workers on Organic Farms is one
- HelpX – Help Exchange
Links to Work Exchange and Volunteering – Click here
What about Dining With the Locals?
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