Great guest experiences
Share advice and gain new ideas on how to make the most of your guests experience.
We have 4 'rooms' which all have amazing sea views. Two are stand alone cabins..our descriptions tells guests no wifi or tv. in these cabins. Every room has extras such as nespresso machines...good
Hi. I had to vent somewhere so had to post. Had a guest turn up at 8 pm , go straight to her room , get up and leave in the morning early with one of my towels. It was so early that I did not check
Quality excellence was a main subject and skill during my engineering career. I feel the skills I used during my working life have now become a valuable asset to grow and improve my Chambre d'Hote
This will add to a great guest experience: finding the property with clear descriptions in one go: Now I have been able to find a way how to make it easier for guests how to find us without GPS,
Can some Partner give us a tip to post a Valantines day posting and editing add attractions
My next investment will be my kitchen. Yes, a new one! The house we are living in is 150 years old, has been transferred from another village and now sits on a hill with the most amazing views. But my
I just had a completely satisfied and happy guest leave the property. But one question comes in mind, and wonder who thinks the same: I miss having the opportunity to add words/text to my photo's that
I hope you're all having a good start to your February. And with Valentine's Day just around the corner, what better time to talk about romantic stays? It's not all about February 14th, though.
I will leave a small recipe book in my farm stay. Anyone can add their favourite since we have people coming from east to west, it will be a very colourful tasty and inspiring book. Can't wait to see
More often then not we have guests complain about not being able to find our address. And that is frustrating for both hosts and guests. Reason is: out in the rural areas there often is no reception