Sister Wives: Did Meri Brown’s Bed and Breakfest Work?


During season 13 of “Sister Wives” Meri Brown demonstrated her desire to open a Bed and Breakfest, but received little support – emotionally or financially – from her husband, Kody Brown, and from all of other sister wives.

However, the star’s persistence paid off: in December 2017 the Lizzie Heritage Inn, Meri’s dream Bed and Breakfest, was founded.


According to Heavy magazine, Lizzie Heritage Inn is one of Utah’s most successful inns. Currently, the value of the stay is around $130 to $165 and Bonnie, Meri’s mother, coordinates the daily life of the place. According to Soap Dirt, it annoyed Kody, because the idea that Bonnie had a room to live inside the inn while running it pleased the polygamist in no way.

Meri is the only owner of the inn, who does not relate to with Kody or any of the other wives. The same is not true of Robyn Brown’s jewelry company, which is registered on behalf of the entire family (Kody and all sister wives).