The New Hampshire Bed & Breakfast Association (NHBBA) recently elected board members and officers and is pleased to announce their new president, Heidi Milbrand. Heidi owns and operates Pleasant View Bed & Breakfast, LLC, in Bristol, and has been an innkeeper for over 18 years. She has been on the NHBBA board for over two years and an active member of the association for 10 years. Heidi is also the president of the Lakes Region Bed & Breakfast Association and serves on the board of directors of the New Hampshire Lodging & Restaurant Association (NHLRA).
Heidi will be at the helm for three years and is looking forward to growing the NHBBA, educating the public, and continuing to keep legitimately-operated B&Bs in the forefront.
Ruth Graf of the Benjamin Prescott Inn in Jaffrey was elected vice president for a three-year term.
Mark Koester of the Nutmeg Inn in Meredith was elected treasurer for a three-year term.
Margit Wezwick of the Ash Street Inn in Manchester will continue to serve as secretary in the second year of her three-year term.
Kellianne LaValley of The Inn at Golden Pond in Holderness and Rob Fox of Little River B&B in Peterborough were each elected to serve a three-year term on the board. Susan Karalekas of the Bridges Inn at Whitcomb House in Swanzey will continue to serve on the board in the second year of her three-year term.
The NHBBA membership consists of about 40 Bed & Breakfasts located throughout New Hampshire, offering friendly service, delicious breakfasts, and your choice of casual elegance, to rustic and unique accommodations.
For additional information about the NHBBA, please contact Heidi at 603-774-5547 or email@example.com or any of the board members listed above. For contact information, click on the link of the inn of the board member you want to reach.
Board members, from left to right:
Susan Karalekas, Margit Wezwick, Ruth Graf, Heidi Milbrand, Mark
Koester; missing from photo, Rob Fox and Kellianne LaValley