One Carroll County bed-and-breakfast is up for sale, while another has apparently scaled back its business, operating when it is "convenient."
Janet Michael, owner of the Newel Post in Uniontown, confirmed that her home is for sale.
She said she is continuing to accept guests, however, and is interested in selling the historic building either as a bed-and-breakfast or a single-family home.
"This is something that we've done for seven years, and it's time in our life to have more free time," Mrs. Michael said of the $H Uniontown Road business she owns with her husband, Roger.
XTC Westminster, Lou Howard -- owner of the Judge Thomas House -- said she is only "having guests when it is convenient."
"It's not completely closed," she said of the historic home on Willis Street.
There are four other bed-and-breakfast establishments and three country inns operating in Carroll County.
Bed-and-breakfasts, unlike country inns, are limited to four guesrooms and to serving one meal a day.
The county tourism office is developing a new brochure and video presentation for Carroll Carroll Community Television to advertise the country inns and bed-and-breakfasts.