My Bed & Breakfast will open at the end of the summer, and I want to make it the best experience possible for my guests. If you have a moment, please post a reply:
What are the best and worst things about taking a long-weekend vacation? (whether at a B&B or standard hotel or wherever)
If you have any specific comments about a Bed & Breakfast, that's cool too. Thanks.
•••••••••• http://mockingbirdacres.com ••••••••••Mockingbird Acres is a lace-doily and antique-free B&BLike I said, I want this to be the most awesome 3-day weekend getaway. The perfect vacation is a different thing for different people.... so what's YOURS!?
The style is decidedly contemporary. We want to attract people from late 20's to early 60's who just want to escape and relax. The ideal vibe would be "staying at the home of a friend of a friend".
Each cottage will have a full bathroom, private of course. (1 cottage will be finished by September, but we plan to have only 3 in total)
Also, each cottage has its own microwave, coffeepot, fridge. Each is a free-standing building, with a bedroom, bathroom, livingroom w/kitchenette, and a private porch. We're on 10 acres so there's plenty of privacy. There will also be wireless internet access available: I certainly couldn't live without it, wouldn't expect my guests to either.
The main house/building will have a commercial kitchen and full-service restaurant. We plan to open the restaurant to the public in the evenings on weekends only.
3-day weekend: Share your best & worst experiences
. . . . by Chef JoAnna
This is a preliminary question that I'm asking around to get ideas for a more formal survey... so... if you're reading this blog, and you'd like to help, please let me know! You can write to me directly (and anonymously) through this form