Wake and Bake at Colorado's 'Bud and Breakfast'


With recreational marijuana now legal in Colorado, businesses both in and out of state have been inspired to create such offerings as weed and sushi pairings and melty weed pizza. Now, the owners of the Adagio Bed and Breakfast signed a one-year lease with a company that will soon be known as "The MaryJane Group, Inc." Ahem.

According to a press release, the soon-to-be MJG plans to transform the quaint bed and breakfast into a "pilot project in the marijuana-friendly lodging industry."


The all-inclusive "Bud and Breakfast" will include unlimited food, drinks, and "the best marijuana and marijuana edibles Colorado has to offer." Let us repeat: all-inclusive marijuana. Oh, and there will be an in-house chef on deck to prepare gourmet meals cooked to order. Insert heavy breathing here.

If the concept Bud and Breakfast proves successful, Joel C. Schneider, President and Chief Executive Officer of Pladeo (aka The MaryJane Group), says they plan to "expand through the leasing or acquisition of additional inns and Bed and Breakfast establishments."

While Schneider did not disclose the room rates and the date the transformation will take place, we hope it's very very soon.