Wake & Bake: Airbnb-Style Rentals for All You Weed Heads

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DENVER, CO -- If you're looking for a weekend get away, a bed and breakfast always seems like a good choice. Who would turn down food and sleep? But what about a bud and breakfast?

No, not some indoor friendship building retreat. We're talking about the kind you smoke (for breakfast). Airbnb-style rentals that accommodate the more weed-friendly group of guests are reportedly a booming business these days!

Now, of course, if you go to Bud & Breakfast website, you won't be able to book anything less than 450 miles from here. But the concept is in high demand in pot-legal states like Alaska, Colorado, and Oregon.

Some residents are renting out their homes, apartments, even mansions to tourists with a hefty appetite for the wake and bake routine.

Another bonus? The prices aren't half bad. You can check in a Boulder, Colorado downtown penthouse for $200 a night. For those wanting to travel outside the U.S., there are plenty of rentals in Jamaica that are rolling out these kind of cannabis accommodations.

Seems like the evergreen excursion is a good opportunity for people looking to make extra cash. One study estimates by 2019, the overall marijuana market could bring in almost $11 billion annually.

Hell, with that kind of paper you have to wonder when Texas will get on board to puff puff pass!

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