2551 HOW TO START A BED AND BREAKFAST OR INN
Have you ever stayed at a bed and breakfast and thought what a wonderful experience it was? One that you’d like to replicate on your own? Have you ever thought about that extra bedroom in your home as a haven for travelers to spend a night or two? Or, maybe you’ve through about buying country property and running a full-fledged inn. Starting your own bed & breakfast can be as easy as welcoming paying guests into that extra room or as expansive as opening an inn and restaurant in the country and there are lots of possibilities in between.
This class will give you the knowledge to determine if you have what it takes to be a successful innkeeper. Whether you are rehabbing a city building or shopping for a country place, you’ll learn essential criteria for finding the right location and building structure and what you can expect to invest of your time and money. You will learn about creating your own niche and advertising to attract the right clientele, and agencies that regulate the industry.
This course also features other critical aspects such as insurance needs, tax requirements, decorating, food preparation and insider tips on the day-to-day operations. If you like people, have an entrepreneurial spirit and are looking for an exciting business concept in the hospitality industry, then don’t delay.
Fran Ramer has been the successful owner of “The Centennial Houses of Lincoln Park” since 1998 and will share many of her insider’s secrets and tips to start you on the path to success.
Class Location: North and Wells