Tips on how to respond to breaches of 'no parties' policy

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    Laura, Community Manager

    Interesting topic Jay! Thanks for your post :)

    Since you haven't gotten an answer yet, I recommend asking your question into one of these discussions:

    What are your house rules?

    More guests arrived than booked for

    Solving problems with guests: the best strategy

     

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    Jay

    Hi Laura, many thanks for your reply, it's appreciated. I will indeed repost my question in one of those discussion groups. 

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    Laura, Community Manager

    I love this line in your profile:

    I like a challenge.. then I bought and renovated a B&B in Blackpool. Now I'm challenged!

    Best of luck to you!

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    Jay

    Heh Thank you!  I absolutely love what I do. Little by little I'm learning as I've never done this previously. I bought a run-down B&B just off the town centre and adore living here. The town is undergoing major regeneration currently, so lots of building works/extension of tram lines, but when works are complete it'll be stunning.  I've found being a hotelier incredibly challenging.. I had done a lot of research prior to going into this but nothing prepared me for the realities, particularly as I had to undertake a full renovation of the property prior to opening to the public, which was also terrifying, but as a frequent traveller, I knew what I wanted to achieve and believe I give exceptional value for money, as well as a level of service that is personalised to each guest that stays at my guest house.  My friends would definitely consider me challenged, I counter by saying, "I'm eccentric, there's a difference" ;-) 

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