Strawberry Vanilla Hydrangea in our front garden signals the coming of Fall.
Our small business colleague, Ann, calls this the Shoulder Season. Apparently it comes every year and surviving it is the mark of a good business.
I met a gentleman this weekend, a lovely man with a twinkle in his eye. He is 90+ , has lived a life well lived He chatted with me over a cup of tea. He has been a soldier, a clerk, a husband, a father, a brother, and a grandfather. He has a soft Welsh accent and a...
Tending to things, to people, to ideas … this must be what it means to be an Inn Keeper.
Our doors opened on the 15th of June and since the weekend before we have been going flat out. I feel tired, excited, overwhelmed - like I had a 4th child. I suspect Sister Two feels the same way. It's scary, I will admit. Are people going to stay? When they stay are...
Considering doing business with your family? It’s a big step. That might be true for any start up, but when your partners are your family it can be a tad more intense.
With every project, there are hurdles. Some days it seems like ours has more than our fair share. Patience is quickly becoming a virtue for The Sisters.
Buying a home and turning it into an inn, while building a business and a brand is a huge process—far larger than we could ever have imagined.