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  Once again, the high season is behind us – even if the sun is still shining! We hope you’ve been nice and busy with your many many guests, and are now working on your pricing for the upcoming seasons. However, if you have a spare moment, do listen to our latest podcast! In this month’s podcast, we speak to the wonderful Ursula from the Bridge B&B in Derry about her recent genius plan to

Two years on from the historic vote that divided a nation, and Britain’s hospitality industry is still just as divided over Brexit as the rest of the UK. In order to establish the attitudes towards the impact of Brexit on the hospitality sector, we first polled B&B hosts and hoteliers across the country on their opinions on Brexit in the months leading up to the 2016 referendum. Now, as we enter a pivotal time in

We’ve had a great deal of success lately in generating valuable press coverage for our hard-working hosts and hoteliers. Initiatives such as National B&B Day and the eviivo Great British B&B Breakfast cookbook caught the interest of publications across the country, generating plenty of column inches on- and off-line. Working with our professional PR agency, we arranged a for a number of journalists to enjoy the B&B experience first hand.  Old Radnor Barn in Talgarth,

There were plenty of delighted eviivo customers at the AA B&B Awards this week, where some of the best B&Bs in the country joined together at the Landmark Hotel, London to celebrate their success. Across a variety of categories, AA inspected B&Bs from all over the UK were recognised for their achievements, proving that more than ever, award winners use eviivo. From Suffolk, the Long Melford Swan took the title of AA Restaurant with Rooms

The inaugural National B&B Day is over, and it was certainly a day to remember! eviivo has always been about so much more than software, so teaming up with The B&B Association to launch this event seemed like a brilliant chance to give back to the community. What we didn’t expect was the outpouring of support from hundreds of properties, some of the world’s biggest travel companies, MPs and what seemed like everyone involved in