Insights and tips on how to protect your inn or bed & breakfast, giving you and your guests peace of mind.
Summer is bringing a sense of relief and a boost of serotonin. As you gear up for your busy season or prepare for your off-season, take the time to review these maintenance recommendations to avoid unwelcome surprises.
insurance buyers are facing the hardest property insurance market in a generation, with historic inflation and natural disaster losses causing “significant pressure.”
EVSE stations can cater to different types of guests, improve your image and help you meet sustainability goals. However, the costs and risks of adopting a new and evolving technology can be even more significant if you don’t take all unique considerations into account. As electric vehicle technology advances, you must carefully weigh the potential benefits and costs of EVSE stations at your business.
We’re diving in deep about what innkeeper owners need to know about paying taxes in the U.S. and the deductions they may be eligible for.
Tornadoes are natural disasters that can leave devastating impacts on affected homes and communities. That’s why it’s important to know exactly what to do before, during and after a tornado strikes in order for you and your guests to stay safe at your inn.
Mold not only damages your property, but it can also cause serious health complications after long-term exposure. Not to mention, mold can slow your business down and even result in lawsuits. Use these prevention tips to keep mold out of your inn.
‘Tis the season of romantic getaways and Galentines retreats at your inn. While it’s easy to get wrapped up in the chocolate hearts, dozens of roses and the dim glow of candles, keep in mind that hazards do not take a day off.
Building and construction projects are complicated with no shortage of things that can go wrong. Builders risk insurance, also sometimes referred to as course of construction insurance, is extremely important if your inn is under construction.
Revenge travel has been at the forefront of many travelers’ minds—booking trips far ahead into the future and focusing more on experiences rather than physical items. Being aware of the hospitality business trends for 2023 can help bed and breakfast owners successfully meet their challenges and find growth opportunities.
Imagine booking a guest with manners and characteristics of a gigantic-furred yeti. It’s exactly what claims professionals fear most; the abominable snowman creature aimlessly wandering about with no clear objective and little consideration for the care of your inn.
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