During the recent renovation of our hotel, we faced many challenges and uncertainties along the way. We had to install new flooring, knock through dividing walls, get all new windows, even change out the layout some of the existing building. Then we built a completely new reception area and welcoming hall for our customers. All […]
Category: Property Development
This is a guest post written by my dear mother, who decided last year that she wanted to move back to her roots in a far off place know as Scotland. My mother has always placed great emphasis on knowing who you are and where you come from, and for as long as I can
More and more shops are recognising that bespoke shop outfitting and point of sales is the way to go when it comes to connecting to your customers. If you do not have an individual unique factor to your selling strategy then your customers will become increasingly unengaged and will most likely take their money elsewhere.
When it comes to designing customer-facing areas, you want a design that is unique and individual to your particular business and branding. The design of a shop or hotel should encompass the brand that stands behind it, and it should be used as an opportunity to tell the customers what you are all about. It
Bed and breakfast hotels are becoming more and more commonplace now as life evolves and people are searching for good deals in order to travel and see particular places. With the rise of AirBnB more people are becoming comfortable with the prospect of utilising bed and breakfasts as a cheap alternative to hotels. It can
You may have read in our previous article a little bit about the process of our renovation that we undertook in order to create a vibrant and modern hotel space for our customers. There was a great deal of work involved, no too mention lots of hurdles and challenges along the way. The ability to
Many of our guests know the story of our refurbishment, but for those who don’t, let us give you a little background. We undertook an extensive development and renovation of the existing building, with the old brick building forming the main side of the hotel. There were considerable plans to develop the reception and lounge