I was contacted by a prospective B&B owner the other day who wanted to know if it's sensible/possible to run a B&B when you have a young family.
My daughter, Jess, was 12 when I opened our B&B so it wasn't
The new EU Food Information For Consumers Regulation, which was published in October 2011, comes into force on December 14th 2014. For the first time suppliers of non pre-packed food, including caterers, will have to provide allergen information to their
I run my B&B courses every month and, whilst most things stay the same, the section of the course that seems to change monthly is the marketing part of the day.
Tripadvisor have just made a change which could have quite
On my B&B course we quite often get into a discussion about serving alcohol at a B&B. If you're planning to serve any alcohol to guests then you need to be licensed.
My Twitter friend, Rachel Jones and her husband, Richard,
One of the discussions that happens most frequently on my B&B courses is the one about breakfast tables. Do you go for one big table or separate tables at breakfast?
When I first opened I was a 4 star B&B with 2
I follow lots of B&Bs on Twitter and it's a great community with B&B owners helpng each other out and giving advice. I was watching a discussion the other day about the food hygiene rules and there seemed to be
I have been sitting on this blog post for several months
unable to publish it for a couple of reasons. The first is that it’s rather self-indulgent
and about my business and I prefer my posts to be about helping other business