So You Want to Buy a Small Hotel: A Guide

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iUniverse, Sep 14, 2001 - Business & Economics - 204 pages
So You Want to Buy a Small Hotel! is written with humor and tells it like it is, warts and all, the good things and the nightmares about running a hotelthe dream (with the nightmares!) lived for 11 years at the Rosebank Hotel in the Scottish Borders. Its a how-to book with a difference, anecdotal, full of practical, step-by-step advice, with warnings about pitfallsa buyers hotel guide for dummies! Reading this book will give you practical insights into what it is really like to own a small hotel and enable you to decide whether running a small hotel is for you.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER
7
CHAPTER 3
27
CHAPTER 4
50
CHAPTER 6
68
CHAPTER 8
94
CHAPTER 10
109
CHAPTER 12
125
CHAPTER 13
139
CHAPTER 15
154
CONCLUSIONS
175
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Carolyn Joanne Muller was educated at Frenchgate Independent School for Girls in Richmond, Yorkshire. She has written for Cosmopolitan and Fair Lady, and is author of two romantic novels—Rapture at Sea, based on the return of Christ, and Spirit of Ecstasy, based on computer dating (both published by Writers Club Press). She has traveled extensively and for eleven years ran her own hotel in Scotland. In 2001 she and her husband moved to the Scottish Highlands where she runs the successful Internet accommodation guide Travel Accommodation U.K. (www.travelaccommodation.co.uk).

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