I recently traveled up to Cambridge, to spend some time exploring the city’s rich history and take in the beautiful scenery. Whilst there, I crossed the river Camb to meet with Christine who runs the beautiful 5 Chapel Street to talk about what makes a stay there so special. And what a welcome, after a scenic 20-minute walk from the town centre, I arrived to a warm welcome, a delightful pot of tea and some delicious homemade gluten-free biscuits. And

No-one knows hospitality quite like the people who are doing it day in and day out, our customers! So, we are looking for one lucky winner and their partner to swap the day job and go undercover at one of the most iconic hotels in the world, The Savoy in London, so you can tell us what’s so special about this five-star luxury treatment. We know you spend the majority of your time making beds

Paul and Tony met on the DJ scene and worked in some varied jobs before reuniting to launch a quirky, boutique, funky, vintage styled B&B from a Victorian terraced house in Brighton.  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 of this page!

After working at three different B&B’s over the last few weeks Kate has realised how hard it actually is. Watch this video to hear her final thoughts and take a look at her article on The Independent if you haven’t already.

Kate heads to a converted castle near Oxford run by Mark, where she struggles with poached eggs and gets to grips with the admin side of the B&B business. Mark tells Kate that running a B&B is not for the feint hearted and also gives her some insight into the tremendous upkeep that goes into a place like The Castle at Edgehill, for example: they’ve painted the walls 8 times in the last 3 years