These five essential tips will transform the way you write for the web, both on your blog and B&B website, and help your website move up the SEO rankings.
In part three of our Meet the Owner series, we speak to Kim from The Camberley bed and breakfast in Harrogate, right here in the UK.
In part two of our Meet the Owner series, we speak to Lyle and Lily Walker, who run GringoWasi bed and breakfast in the town of Huarocondo, just 30 minutes away from the Peruvian city of Cusco.
In part one of our new Meet the Owner series, we talk to Shellie from The Claiborne House Bed and Breakfast in beautiful Rocky Mount, Virginia, close to the Blue Ridge Parkway.
As part of our shiny new feature, we want to hear from you about your life running a B&B, the pros and cons of the business, and your top tips on things to see and do in your local area.
We recently carried out a survey asking guests how they find and make their B&B bookings. Here’s a closer look at what our users had to say, and a few tips on how you can use our survey to transform your online presence.
Impress your vegetarian guests with these quick and easy homemade veggie sausages provided by Sue Porter of Meadowcroft Bed and Breakfast. They are guaranteed to go down a treat!
Buying and eating local has many benefits but, when running a B&B where it is important to keep everyday expenditure to a minimum, mass-produced supermarket goods often win out over local produce as it is often cheaper. Buying and eating local in your B&B can be done on a budget, however. We asked Sue Porter, owner of Meadowcroft Bed and Breakfast, for her top tips.
Opening your house to visitors can often mean the line between work and leisure becomes blurred and B&B hosts can really struggle to find time to relax. To make sure you don’t burn out, take a look at our advice on the importance of making time for yourself as well as some handy tips and tricks for working that much needed me time into even the most hectic of schedules.
Many wild animals have to look elsewhere to get through these harsh months, and your garden could be just the place they turn to! Take a look at these simple ways to attract a whole range of animals into your garden and delight your visitors during their cosy winter stays.