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Kate’s always wanted to run a B&B, but she has no idea how hard it is! She thinks that, compared to her job as a journalist in London “changing a few beds will be a doddle“. So we sent Kate out to learn about running a B&B from three of the experts, you, our customers.  You can read Kate’s take on her experience on The Independent here. Safe to say it wasn’t always as easy

We were very fortunate to have Harriet Christie from LateRooms come down to eviivo headquarters to give us some top tips on how to scoop up those last minute bookings and to catch us up on what’s new with them. What do you think is most important to attract last minute guests? Firstly it would be rates. 30% of our customers book on the day for the day, so with 30% of people on our site arriving

As an accommodation provider, you’re probably no stranger to a peculiar guest request now and again. So, we asked you, what stands out as the oddest thing you’ve ever been asked for. The responses came in their masses and range from the slightly odd to the down right bizarre. Here are the first top 15: To bring their pet hamster with them We guess that’s fine unless you have cats at The Knoll Guest House?

I recently headed down to wonderful Blackpool, and although it was raining outside, the warm welcome at The Gordene Hotel more than made up for it.  I joined Julie and Ray who own the accommodation for a mug of tea and a catch up about their recent nomination for a Budget with a Twist eviivo award and about what makes a stay with them so special.  Congratulations on being nominated for our Budget with a

From Icarus of Greek mythology to Leonardo da Vinci of Renaissance Italy, it seems that mankind has always wanted to take to the wing and fly like a bird. It is a yearning that clearly drives the participants of the International Birdman Competition to jump off of the pier at Bognor Regis in Sussex every year. The annual event began in 1971 at Selsey, a little along the coast, before moving to Bognor in 1978. There