There are a number of Cordwood Bed & Breakfasts and even more Cordwood Rentals (no breakfast:0) in North America. Here are a few examples (with links) to a few of these beautiful buildings.
Above: This is the Cordwood Lodge in Bracebridge, Ontario. http://www.bedbreakfasthome.com/datapowermedia/
The “Cordstead” boasts 4 round cordwood buildings. The thought herein, is to give you a “cordwood living” experience to see if a cordwood home is your cup of tea. Sandy and Angelika are fine hosts. https://thecordstead.blogspot.com/
The Gathering Place on Golden Ponds is in Coe Hill, Ontario and just so you are forewarned, many people who have stayed here, have gone on to build their own cordwood home. http://www.gatheringbb.com/
The Flying L M B & B is located in Nebraska. It is a huge cordwood building with massive beams and lots of space. It is near Pierce, Nebraska. https://flyinglm.wordpress.com/
The Barna’s Vacation Rental in in Houghton, Michigan in the Upper Peninsula. Nicole built this as her college dorm room and now rents it to weary travelers. http://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p281714
Mermaid Cottage near Del Norte, Colorado is not necessarily a B & B (no breakfast:0), but it is a gorgeous vacation rental. http://mermaid-cottage.org/
This beautiful cordwood rental is in the White Face Mountains of upstate New York. https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/4872916?s=vcDi
If your goal is to find out if cordwood living is for you, take the time to visit and check out some of these places. With a rental you can poke around and enjoy your stay rather than imposing on someone to open their cordwood home at your convenience.
Should you wish to learn how to build a cordwood cabin, cottage or home, visit www.cordwoodconstruction.org and read the articles, click on the pictures and consider buying an ebook or print copy of Cordwood Construction Best Practices.