Last month we visited Perouges, a 17th century town in Eastern France where we met Laurence who runs the Hostellerie du Vieux.  Now watch Laurence talk to us about running a Restaurant and B&B in a beautiful medieval French town and making classic recipes designed by her grandmother:  Watch more stories from property owners here.  Do you have a great story to tell? Then talk to us by filling out the form on the bottom

We recently asked our -plus customers what you thought was the most important thing about running your own B&B, Guest House or small hotel.  And the overwhelming response was to have happy guests! And the great news is, that you are making your guests happy. In fact, according to TripAdvisor’s latest study, independent properties with less than 25 rooms have an average review score of 4.4/5 whilst rooms with 26-100 rooms have an average of

  We recently held a competition for one lucky winner and their partner to go undercover as a mystery inspector at The Savoy in London! And part of the entry requirements was to write a poem in a sonnet style about running a B&B, guest house or small hotel. Well, we had so many entries and the quality was exceptional! But we managed to agree on a winner, and are pleased to announce that Patricia

We have four positions open in our research and development department.  We build, we innovate, and you can see the impact of your work instantly. This is a small but critical team, where you will have the ability to make a real impact on our 6,000 customers and when you make a change, you will be receiving feedback instantly, in real time. We win awards for the technology we create and you can be part of

As every English school boy knows (and plenty of school girls too), October is the month when the mighty Horse Chestnut tree delivers its autumn bounty. In parks throughout the land, children break open the prickly cases and fill their trouser pockets with smooth, shiny conkers. Some may dream that they might, one day, become World Conker Champion. The World Conker Championships take place in Southwick, a quiet village in Northamptonshire, on the second Sunday of