Recommended by women, for women

Women-Friendly Places to Stay

Find local accommodation including housesitting, homestays and hospitality networks

These women-friendly accommodations help you  travel more cost-effectively, and include hospitality exchanges, housesitting, and volunteering in exchange for accommodation, all recommended by women, for women. We invite you to consider a locally owned, women-owned accommodation when you travel.

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Le Monastère des Augustines

Les Monastere des Augstines is a traditional monastery-turned-wellness retreat in the heart of Quebec City.

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Tranquilo Bay Eco Adventure Lodge

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Muskoka Beer Spa

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Lark Hotels

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Lodge at Pine Cove

Les Monastere des Augstines is a traditional monastery-turned-wellness retreat in the heart of Quebec City.

Le Monastère des Augustines

Germain Hôtels 

A warm and invitingly decorated porch at the Mama Tembo Cheza guest house in Lusaka, Zambia

Mama Tembo Cheza Guesthouse

Unique Places to Stay

Looking for a little adventure? These off-the-beaten-track accommodations come recommended by our JourneyWoman readers. 

Hospitality Networks

A Hospitality Exchange, or a Hospitality Network, is a service that provides a platform for travellers to connect with homeowners in the cities and countries to which they are travelling to arrange accommodation, whether free, in exchange for money or services, or home-for-home swapping.

There are many benefits to opting for a hospitality network, including saving on accommodation costs, creating personal connections with locals from a different culture, local perspective, and opportunities to stay in areas underserved by hotels or hostels.

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Servas (Hospitality Exchange)

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Friendship Force International

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Women Welcome Women World Wide (5W)

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Trusted Housesitters

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Homestay

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