Website allows tourists to find cannabis-themed vacation rental accommodation

Worldwide: A cannabis-themed vacation rental platform allows tourists to search for accommodation around the world which will let them smoke marijuana.

Budandbreakfast.com proclaims itself to be the “largest collection of marijuana-friendly hotels and other cannabis-friendly rentals anywhere on the web.”

It said it is “designed to make guests feel right at home as each of our bud and breakfast locations is operated by the property owners themselves, guaranteeing a custom experience unlike any other.”

The website now has listings across the United States, Europe and even in destinations as far away as the Caribbean and South America.

It also lists one property in Peckham, South London, which costs £77 per night and allows its guests to smoke the cannabis inside.

One of the more lavish settings displayed on Budandbreakfast is the Exodus Retreat in Jamaica, which comes with four bedrooms, a pool, a private beach and its own staff, and stays cost around £320 per night.

Staff will also provide guest with cannabis on arrival at the property.

Elsewhere, for £192 a night, tourists can stay at a log cabin in Alaska, which includes the offer of a nightly five course dinner, free salmon fishing and guided white water rafting.

The listing says it is both “family and cannabis friendly.”

However, the website goes on to stipulate that each property has different “house rules” which limit where guests can smoke cannabis.

Guests are advised to pay “extra attention” to the house rules of whichever property they are staying at among the 420 friendly rentals.

The website founder, Sean Roby, previously said he came up with the idea for his business venture when several states in the United States legalised cannabis, including California, Colorado and Maine.

Recreational drug use is legalised in nine states across the country.

Roby said: “A lot of people would come to Colorado, go to a dispensary, buy some herb and then go out on the street and smoke. That is not legal. We want to provide safe and legal accommodation for people to have an alternative. Airbnb is a huge company. They list every accommodation from a castle to a tent. We want to list every accommodation from a castle to a tent as well but it’s going to be cannabis-specific.”