National B&B Week 2019
18th-24th March 2019
Exclusive Offers for National B&B Week!
Towcester - Northamptonshire
Bay Tree Cottage & Littlecourt Yard
Free bottle of homemade apple juice
Thornton Hough - Wirral
Mere Brook House
10% discount / free chocolates
Saint Annes - Alderney
Simerock Guest House
Eastbourne ☼ - UK
The Sheldon B&B
Collingbourne Kingston - Wiltshire
Manor Farm B&B
10% discount plus free prosecco
Tivetshall St Mary - Norfolk
The Old Ram Coaching Inn
Lee on the Solent, Gosport - Hampshire
Milvil Bed and Breakfast
15% discount on a 3 night stay
Moffat - Dumfries and Galloway
What is National B&B Week?
Did you know that there are over 20,000 B&Bs in the UK, and that they generate over £2 billion annually to the UK economy? We think that’s something worth celebrating!
That’s why in 2018 we created the UK’s first National B&B Day. Thanks to the efforts of all the fantastic B&Bs and industry partners who made it such a great success, we’re going bigger for 2019! From 18th-24th March we will be flying the flag for B&Bs across the UK for an entire week, to raise awareness of and recognise the hard work of independent hosts and hoteliers and their incredible contribution to the hospitality industry.
Our goals are to:
- Get as many holidaymakers as possible staying in B&Bs over National B&B Week
- To raise the profile of the independent accommodation sector.
We want everyone to know about B&Bs and how they are the perfect place to stay. We’re working with a major PR agency, and will build excitement with a range of promotional activities throughout the week to show the world what an amazing industry this is. We’re also working with partners and sponsors to encourage visitors to stay in a B&B so that they can enjoy and celebrate this truly authentic and traditional holiday experience.
“Our B&B’s are world-class. Four of TripAdvisor’s top five B&Bs in the world are in Britain and this is something that we want to capitalise on. Britain is open for business and National B&B Week is a great opportunity for us to showcase this dynamic sector. I hope we can encourage even more people to support British tourism and experience the superb places on offer all across the nation.”Michael Ellis