Vermont has long been a home to and a place of inspiration for some of the world’s greatest creatives. We were recently reminded of this fact by developments in the village of Arlington, which enjoys an enviable location between Manchester and Bennington on historic route 7A.
Andrea Bushweiler of the Lakehouse Inn & Winery and Gail Kyle of Interim Innkeepers Network discuss creative ways to staff your property, including J1 Visa students, interns, and professional Inn sitters.
While the search for a viable Inn (or an opportunity enriched property!) is important, what’s most important is what you consider providing once the guest has arrived. You’ve heard us use these words before: exceptional service, gracious hospitality, a generosity of spirit. What do they mean to you?
Terry Hammer joins Megan in our latest episode to discuss how to maintain relevance in the ever evolving and competitive hospitality industry. Terry has been an innkeeper for 24 years, growing a 5-room Inn into 20 rooms, a wedding venue, and spa services on two properties that will gross about $3 million in 2019. TerryRead More
Megan is joined by Nikki Harth, owner of a chic boutique hotel with surfing at its center, and Phil Jenkins, a long term Innkeeper and musician, to discuss combining your passions in life with your Inn or Bed and Breakfast.
As the experiential travel market continues to grow, with guests focusing on adventure, unique and shareable experiences, and local immersion, it is more important now than ever that B&B owners differentiate themselves from competition. Photography is the answer.