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It was a very busy couple of days for the eviivo team at the B&B Show in Bristol last week. Although only in its first year, the show attracted hundreds of B&B, guest house and other property owners from the South West and beyond. We spoke to visitors from as far afield as Penrith and Hexham, Devon, Derbyshire, Pembrokeshire and the Isle of Wight. The conference and seminar programme put together by the B&B Association was a strong draw and

There’s something special about a trip to the Isle of Wight. It must be to do with the getting there, with the trip across the Solent giving the visitor a pause in their day and a blast of sea air. I visited yesterday to attend the Visit Isle of Wight annual tourism conference where a range of speakers including Visit England Chief Executive James Beresford presented a wealth of insights and information about local and national tourism issues.

eviivo is working with TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel review website, to connect to their much talked about TripConnect Instant Booking System. Already launched in the US with great success, TripConnect Instant Booking allows travellers to conveniently book a room without leaving the TripAdvisor site or being re-directed to an online travel agent (OTA). The service will allow eviivo customers to gain greater exposure to TripAdvisor’s 315 million visitors a month and receive bookings directly into their eviivo diary.

Looking for a change of lifestyle? A change of pace? Thinking of opening your own B&B? Whether pondering a move to the country or setting up in town, or if you’ve got spare rooms and would like to open them up to paying guests, eviivo can help you every step of the way. Our website has masses of information for people like you who are thinking about opening a B&B or guest house. We can guide you through the things

Although I work for eviivo, a technology company always looking to the future, I do love a bit of history and heritage. The history of our company is, in travel technology terms, a long one – 10 years and counting – but that’s nothing in ‘proper’ history. So I was delighted to find on Twitter recently a painting of London’s Pentonville Road dating from 1884. It was painted by Irish born artist John O’Connor, who began his painting career in London