Insights and tips on how to protect your inn or bed & breakfast, giving you and your guests peace of mind.
While hosting a wedding at your inn may sound like a fairytale, organizers must shoulder a significant burden — prime responsibility for ensuring overall health and safety at the event. As an inn owner and wedding venue, it can be difficult to do your job while dealing with the worrying fact that you will be accountable for health and safety slip-ups.
insurance buyers are facing the hardest property insurance market in a generation, with historic inflation and natural disaster losses causing “significant pressure.”
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.
Whether your budget is large or small, you’re adding not only value but also risk. To ensure your fixer-upper project goes smoothly and you have the coverage you need, here’s what you need to know.
Seemingly minor issues—such as stray cords, dust buildup or leaky faucets—can spiral into significant problems if left unnoticed. By conducting an annual safety audit, you can help keep your property safe and secure, reducing the risk of guest injuries, lawsuits, property damage and costly insurance claims.
Offering employee benefits can be extremely beneficial to your inn business. Though they may sound complicated or even expensive, they have the ability to improve several areas within your business such as hiring and retaining employees. The process of selecting, implementing and administering a benefits program can take time, however, once you get it right, it can actually help you in more ways than one.
When starting a bed and breakfast, there are many things you have to consider. To help reduce the chance of headaches you may have when beginning this exciting venture, we’ve compiled our best tips for getting started on the right foot.
No matter what safety precautions you have in place or how well you maintain your inn, a guest or an employee could become injured or claim that your negligence caused damage to their property at any time. If you are named as the responsible party in such a suit, you need to defend yourself against the charges.
There is no better time than the holidays to go the extra mile for your guests. Leave them wanting to come back every year to experience the magic of your inn. Capture the spirit of the season and bring joy to your bed and breakfast with these ideas.
As the leaves begin to fall from the trees and the crisp air takes over, nothing sounds better than cozying up with a warm meal or beverage. Autumn is the time of pumpkin recipes, so welcome your guests with these seasonal treats. Here are a few of our favorite pumpkin recipes to try out.
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