How to Start and Operate Your Own Bed-and-Breakfast: Down-To-Earth Advice from an Award-Winning B&B Owner
Here is an informative guide chock-full of essential information for all those who are interested in earning supplementary income by running part of their home as a bed-and-breakfast. Martha Murphy vigorously debunks common misconceptions about the ease of running a B&B, emphasizing that it is indeed a job, albeit a job with part-time aspects. She gives much good advice on start-up costs; preparing the house, bedrooms, and baths for guests; safety features and house rules; and rates, advertising, and reservations. She suggests when, where, and how to serve breakfast and offers a week's worth of menus and recipes.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
1 So You Want to Open a BedandBreakfast?
2 The BedandBreakfast House
3 The BedandBreakfast Bedroom
4 The BedandBreakfast Bathroom
5 Public Rooms in the BedandBreakfast
7 House Rules and Safety Features
Other editions - View all
able advertise B&B hosts B&B travelers baking bathroom bed-and bedside table black pepper brochures business cards business travelers callers check-in cheddar cheese clean closet coffee comfortable consider continental breakfast Corian couple credit card decide deposit dining room discount door erwise existing B&B expenses extra ﬁgure ﬁle ﬁll ﬁnd ﬁne ﬁre ﬁreplace ﬁrst fresh full breakfast going guest bath guest rooms helper house rules income keep kitchen living room look morning motel mufﬁn night nutmeg offer open for business overbooked P.O. Box Parmesan cheese porch private bath proﬁt quick bread ramekin rates reason reservation agency reservation calendar reservation sheet running a B&B serve a full shared bath shower smoke detectors speciﬁc stay sufﬁcient supply sure tablespoons teaspoon things tion toilet town weekend Williams-Sonoma yard you’re you’ve