Beachrunners’ Inn: LB’s Oldest B&B Celebrates 100 Years

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Centennial Celebration

The Beachrunners’ Inn is a spacious single-family home built in 1913 that has been restored to highlight the characteristics found in Craftsman homes of the period. In just a few weeks, Long Beach residents and visitors will have a chance to discover the history of one of Long Beach’s oldest and most beloved Bed and Breakfast’s at a party celebrating their 100th anniversary.

“The Beachrunners’ Inn Centennial Celebration is a great opportunity for residents and LB history fans to come and discover the heritage of this historic B&B,” said Pat Reed co-owner of the family-run business.

Guests at the Centennial Celenbration will be treated to light appetizers and refreshments as well as a historic home presentation by noted Long Beach historian Maureen Neely (Long Beach Heritage/HouStories), and remarks by Bluff Park Neighborhood Association President John Thomas and Councilwoman Suja Lowenthal. The event will feature a free raffle, including a one- and two nights’ stay and other exciting prizes.

The Centennial Celebration takes place Saturday, June 22, 2013, from noon to 2 p.m. at The Beachrunners’ Inn, 231 Kennebec in Long Beach. For more information, visit or call (562) 856-0202.

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