Destination storytelling is the answer for the hospitality sector
The Business Magazine » Hospitality
by Stephen Emerson
2w ago
Byline: Stephen Emerson, Managing Editor. “Whether you’re a B&B or a big hotel, you need to create a destination for the customer and bring in all the things around you to make it more appealing to visit” Hospitality businesses must collaborate to create 'destinations' and embrace opportunities provided by new technology if they are to prosper in an increasingly uncertain post-Covid... Source ..read more
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NOHM strikes deal at historic Warwickshire venue
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by Peter Davison
9M ago
Growing hospitality management business NOHM has landed a new strategic partnership with a historic venue, which has links to royalty and literature. Coventry-based No Ordinary Hospitality Management (NOHM) has been selected to grow the conference and events business at Stoneleigh Abbey, the site of 12th Century Cistercian monastery, in Warwickshire. Stoneleigh Abbey, now a stately home... Source ..read more
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Evelyn Partners hosts Bristol hospitality and leisure summit
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by Peter Davison
9M ago
The future of the hospitality and leisure sector will come under the spotlight at an event in Bristol being hosted by integrated wealth management and professional services group Evelyn Partners. The event takes place at the firm’s offices in Portwall Place on Wednesday, June 28 and is targeted at business owners and finance teams in the hospitality and leisure, and food and drink sectors. Source ..read more
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New Dawn rises from Red Mist
The Business Magazine » Hospitality
by Sam Pither
9M ago
The founders of Hampshire and Surrey pub chain Red Mist Leisure have formed a new company, New Dawn pubs. Directors Mark Robson, Mark Williams, Julian Clarke and Julie Phipps sold their remaining stake in the Red Mist business to Red Lion Holdings, which, in January 2021, took a majority stake in the business. Red Mist has subsequently acquired two more pubs, taking its total holding up to 12 with... Source ..read more
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Hampshire hotel shuttered during Covid brought back to life with Lloyds Bank funding
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by Harry Whittle
9M ago
A popular boutique hotel and restaurant in Hampshire that was forced to close during the Covid-19 pandemic has reopened its doors to guests following a complete refurbishment by its new owners. The Nest Hotel and Restaurant, which dates back to the late 19th Century, is a 14-bedroom hotel and restaurant in the village of Buriton near Petersfield. The venue, previously known as The Village Inn... Source ..read more
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The Bull on Bell Street reopens after refurbishment
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by Harry Whittle
9M ago
The Bull on Bell Street in Henley-on-Thames has reopened after a major refurbishment that is set to make it the top spot in town for al fresco dining and drinking this summer and beyond. The makeover, devised by Brakspear's in-house design team, has created a large, stunning outdoor space behind the pub, now called The Courtyard. With luxuriant plantings, a water feature... Source ..read more
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Wetherspoons' pandemic hangover continues
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by TBM Team
9M ago
Covid-19 and the UK government's response to it continues to cause Tim Martin and his dominant British pub chain J D Wetherspoons a chronic hangover headache. The pub chain has released its full year earnings for the fiscal year that concluded on July 31st. And it doesn't make for particularly pretty reading. Here are the headlines: Charlie Huggins is the Head of Equities at investment firm Wealth... Source ..read more
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AGO Hotels expands to 14 locations and 1,000 rooms
The Business Magazine » Hospitality
by TBM Team
9M ago
AGO Hotels has added three new UK hotels, which means the company now operates across 14 locations and 1,000 rooms in England, Wales, and Scotland. The new hotels are: The addition of these new hotels represents an increase in AGO’s number of rooms by more than 90% over a period of 10 months. Since launching in December 2020, the company has expanded to a team of almost 200 staff... Source ..read more
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Heythrop Park hotel in Oxfordshire open for bookings after £40m refurbishment
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by Harry Whittle
9M ago
A 440-acre country hotel is reopening its doors in time for summer escapes after undergoing a £40m investment. Oxfordshire bolthole, Heythrop Park has undergone a complete renovation since being purchased in 2018, to become the 15th property hotel group, Warner Leisure Hotels’, portfolio. Guests can now snap up one of its 337 meticulously designed bedrooms, with breaks on sale now. READ MORE... Source ..read more
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