National B&B Week In The Press
This year and last National B&B Week featured in many national newspapers and trade publications, and dozens of regional publications. One key objective of the week is to generate as much press coverage as possible for all for B&Bs, and the industry more broadly, so it’s gratifying to see much positive coverage, including:
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In the past decade, the bed and breakfast sector – which collectively contributes £2bn to the British economy – has experienced a true renaissance. Better technology and online marketing platforms have enabled a sector previously dependent on text-heavy directories and word of mouth, to compete for bookings on a national and international scale. B&Bs have reinvented themselves, bringing new levels of comfort, service and cuisine that regularly outscore larger establishments.
National B&B Week takes place on the eve of British Summer Time, as holidaymakers start to look ahead to the warmer weather and longer days. B&Bs across the UK will be running very special offers through the week, ranging from upgrades and discounts to sumptuous afternoon teas, special breakfasts and treats such as free tickets to nearby attractions and tastings of local food and drink. And all of them will be offering their usual traditional welcome to the thousands of guests staying in a B&B that week.
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Industry info… and some fun stuff!
- Government signals intent to secure UK tourism sector Brexit deal
- The UK’s top 20 long weekend destinations for B&B stays
- International sources of guests for British B&Bs (source:eviivo survey)
- The UK’s most haunted B&Bs
- The books we leave behind
- Ten B&Bs frequented by famous people
- Unusual & Notable British B&Bs
- Seriously romantic B&Bs
- B&Bs with stunning gardens