Are hotels and vacation places acceptable?
My region has a lot of coastline, beaches, and National Park land. It can be very hard to find spots that are durable and noteworthy that are not on/near private property. Reviewers seem to call all open space ‘farmland’ unless they think there’s a single-family house nearby, in which case it’s PRP.
We have several different kinds of places for visitors to stay, and I’d like to know which might be good candidates and how to get them passed.
motels with large parking lot and many contiguous units with individual doors.
hotels where guest rooms are accessible from inside a large building.
cottage colonies where there is a row of picturesque little cabins that can be rented by the week.
Should I focus on the business’ signs, or the buildings or amenities like restaurants, or something else, or not bother? What would make a vacation spot a good wayspot?