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We know that every single host and hotelier has a unique story to tell and that is what makes them stand out against their competition. So we thought we’d catch up with a couple of the finalists and winners from The AA B&B Awards to find out their story and get some advice about standing out! Firstly, we speak to Liz from Bulleigh Barton Manor who was a finalist from the AA Friendliest B&B award,

It’s that time again, unplug the phone, put on some background music and put the coffee machine on for 60 seconds with Nicky Clement from Sarnia Guest House.  What advice would you give someone before they took a leap into the accommodation business? You should go and work in one, in all departments for a whole month. What do you think is the most important thing about being running your own B&B, guest house or small

Recently we spoke to Tony at Harmony Lodge in Scarborough, we were keen to find out about this quirky octagonal guest house in North Yorkshire, but Tony also told us about how he ended up running a Guest House, and how it all started when he met a clairvoyant! Read on to find out more. Can you tell us more about your property and what makes it so unique? The guest house is octagonal and situated at

It’s that time again! Let’s shut the door, put our feet up, grab the biscuits and put the kettle on for 60 seconds with Christine from Broadfield. What advice would you give someone before they took a leap into the accommodation business?  You need to be prepared for a 24/7 job.  What do you think is the most important thing about being running your own B&B, guest house or small hotel? It has to be

We spoke to Andrea from Kids Love Yurts who offer two magical yurts (and another one on the way) in Newport on the Isle of Wight. They’ve been up and running for three months now, so we thought we’d find about more about them and how their journey into hospitality is going so far.  Your property is so different, can you tell us more about it?  We’ve got two yurts available right now, and we’re