Mark Smith and Matthew Lovette of Jumping Rocks Photography join Megan to discuss how their time as Innkeepers has influenced their work as leading interior, architectural and food photographers in the hospitality industry.
Occupancy rates are an important tool in measuring the value and ultimately the price of a given property. But unless there is a thorough investigation of both past performance and future capabilities, bed and breakfast occupancy rates can cause a problem in both directions.
There may not be a subject more contentious and, we believe, misrepresented in the Innkeeping industry than Bed and Breakfast owner financing. Inn sellers have been known to shudder at the very mention of this term, which to them signals an undesirable extension of their Innkeeping career.
Whenever we mention the word ‘restaurant’ while on the phone, there is a clicking sound followed by a dial tone. We are learning to use the phrase ‘food service’ instead of restaurant. This little piece is about the advantage of having an Inn with the capability of serving an evening meal.
The Village Inn of Woodstock has transferred to new owners! Inn Partners represented the Sellers, Evelyn and David Brey, in the transfer of their outstanding Bed and Breakfast in Woodstock, Vermont. Join us in welcoming new owners, Paul Kobylinski and Luis Antunes, to Woodstock! The Village Inn of Woodstock is a member of Select Registry:Read More
Vail Resorts has recently continued its Vermont expansion with a purchase of Triple Peaks, the parent company that owns Okemo Mountain Resort in Ludlow. The $82 million deal also includes Crested Butte Mountain Resort in Colorado and Mountain Sunapee Resort in New Hampshire.