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The B&B Team

Rick Wolf and Peter Scherman (that’s Rick on the left and Peter on the right) are both experienced speakers who have presented on a range of innkeeping related topics at the state, regional, and national level. They gather and analyze research for the Innkeeping industry and welcome the opportunity to share it with others. Contact Us

Posts Tagged ‘Vermont’


Snowfall Equals Dollars-White is Green in Vermont and New Hampshire

March 21st, 2017 by Janet Wolf

Yes…for innkeepers in the Northeast, snowfall equals dollars. A crystal white covering is green for innkeepers in Vermont and New Hampshire. Facts: “Northern New England Gets Buried in Snow, and Skiers Love It”   US News article. “Visits to Cannon Mountain Ski Area in White Mountains, Franconia NH, are up by 65%.” “Good morning skiers and riders […]

Old Fashioned Mountain Lodge Experience

May 2nd, 2016 by Janet Wolf

If you are a skier and love to ski with your family, an old fashioned mountain lodge experience is something you may seek. ‘Old fashioned’ can evoke a number of images as well as fond memories. These may be memories you recall from your youth that you want to re-live and share with your family. […]

Is Cycling the New Golf?

October 27th, 2015 by Janet Wolf

There have been many articles with the subject title ‘cycling is the new golf’ in the last year or so. Is cycling the new golf? I was curious so I did some research. This is what I found. According to the National Golf Federation Number of golfers in the US between 2005 and 2013 down […]

Is Your Bed and Breakfast Attracting the Millennial Traveler?

September 3rd, 2014 by Janet Wolf

  A recent article in Budget Traveler listed ‘6 Needs of the Millennial Traveler’. You may have seen our posting of this piece on our Facebook. The B&B Team likes to put out information that may be useful.  It is also good to take some of the information from articles like this one and pick […]

Shoreham Inn-Vermont Way to Stay

October 17th, 2013 by Janet Wolf

  The Shoreham Inn is a true Vermont Way to Stay. An Inn with a location and thriving business worth a visit. In our “Better Way to Learn Innkeeping” aspiring seminars, we ask our attendees what area of the country they would like their inn to be located in.  The B&B Team believes aspiring innkeepers should focus on the […]

Chester Vermont-Country Inn and B&B Mecca

January 16th, 2013 by Janet Wolf

In southern Vermont lies a quiet, friendly town, Chester. The town is known for many things, it boasts of two historical districts and three villages as well as zero stoplights! Its location is idyllic, nestled on the eastern slopes of the Green Mountains in the heart of Okemo Valley, the well-known ski and year round […]

Norman T. Simpson – Country Inns and Back Roads

January 10th, 2013 by Janet Wolf

Once upon a time there was a man by the name of Norman T. Simpson. He travelled the roads of our vast country and wrote of the unique country inns he visited. He talked with the innkeepers and the guests and quoted their words of wisdom and advice. His comments were light hearted and full […]

Living Social Tips from Innkeepers

April 6th, 2011 by Janet Wolf

Attention shoppers…group buying marketing companies have hit the air waves. In radio days the airwaves were the frequency that transmitted the signals that carried information to the world. We all know what claims the airwaves today, social media.  And the latest addition to the social media tool box is… If you haven’t heard, Living Social […]

New Innkeepers and the Yankees are Coming!

February 4th, 2010 by Janet Wolf

Not the New York Yankees…..but Dan and Penny Cote, the proud new Innkeepers of Inn Victoria of Chester, Vermont!   Welcoming these new Yankees are the former Innkeepers, Jon and Julie Pierce, who just happen to be British! The B&B Team is pleased to have been the Transfer Consultants to both the Cote’s and Pierces, […]

Moonlight in Vermont and New Innkeepers at The Brass Lantern Inn

December 17th, 2009 by Janet Wolf

One of the best songs ever written about Vermont is by John Blackburn.  Mr. Blackburn spent only two years in Vermont, teaching Drama at Bennington College.  He lived the rest of his years in Southern California, as far away as one can get from Vermont, in more ways than just weather!   But he must have loved […]

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