Bud and Breakfast is a searchable network of peer-to-peer accommodation, matching weed smokers with cannabis-friendly, temporary lodgings.
Attitudes towards cannabis have changed significantly over the past few years, with the plant being legalized for medicinal use in California, and even for recreational consumption in Colorado. We’ve already seen a premium weed delivery service capitalizing on this new shift. Now, Bud and Breakfast is an Airbnb specifically for cannabis smokers, enabling them to locate weed-friendly lodgings around the world.
Based in Colorado, Bud and Breakfast is a searchable network of peer-to-peer accommodation. The site is a database much like Airbnb, which enables people to list and rent temporary accommodation directly from other users. The one difference is that every property listed is guaranteed to be 420-friendly — the code term used for cannabis smokers on current Airbnb listings and other similar platforms. There are properties available all around the world, in locations at different phases of cannabis legalization, including a number of states in the US and countries such as Jamaica, Portugal and the Philippines.
Hosts can list their property on site for free and Bud and Breakfast takes a three percent fee from every booking. Users can even export their listing to Airbnb as well. What other industries could adapt to accommodate weed-smokers?