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"Come fox watching" - we have entire fox families in our garden, guests come down for breakfasts which go cold as they spend time watching/photographing the foxes...
Well Larry I am pleased that you are happy, because I cannot see you generating much of a profit from this set up - laundry costs alone will make a hefty hole in your income and by the time you have laundered/dried towels etc, I could envisage your pension supporting the B&B....
Just encountered another good reason for servicing every day - entered one room to find drops of tea or coffee spilled on the carpet - it is easier to minimize the damage if this is done as soon after the spill as possible rather than three days later....
You intrigue me Info - how do you clean the bathrooms daily without entering the rooms - I assume the rooms are en-suite?
Laura - it may help if the Booking.com employee was responding to the concerns raised by Margmunro rather than "apparently" ignoring two emails...?
I would also urge owners to double-check hair curlers and straighteners - the number of these we have found left on in rooms beggars belief, also had one carpet ruined by the imprint of a steam iron that a guest brought with them and left on the carpet whilst ironing clothes on the bed, the perfect shape of the iron left face down on the carpet - most people ask for the iron and ironing board - not this lady!
The iron burn was not avoidable but I hate to think of hair curlers/straighteners left on all day when the guest goes out!
Could I just remind UK accommodation suppliers that any "package" beyond the pure accommodation now puts you at risk of problems under the new UK Package Holidays legislation - even recommending a local restaurant can cause you headaches, if the wording is to be believed.... although I guess a few people will have to be sued first to sort out the legal limits of this legislation.
Do you not have a Bdc Area Manager you can discuss this with? The tone "looks" like a Bdc communication to me and there are no requests to log-on via some spurious link for phishing purposes... I think you need to speak to an Area Manager and try to get some guidance.