Tucked away in New Zealand's South Island sits a cosy, self-contained B&B with a kick - it's shaped just like a boot.
It seems very possible.
The B-1, which had its combat debut in Operation Desert Fox in 1998, went to drop thousands of JDAMs during the multi-year wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The B-1 can hit speeds of MACH 1.25 at 40,000 feet and operates at a ceiling of 60,000 feet. It fires a wide-range of bombs, to include several JDAMS: GBU-31, GBU-38 and GBU-54. It also fires the small diameter bomb-GBU-39.
The Air Force is mapping a two-fold future path for its B-1 bomber...
The awards recognise some of the nation's most remarkable B&Bs and dish out awards for the best in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.