Category Archives: April 2020

Gary and Becky and their loyal team at The Stackpole Inn go the extra mile to provide a warm welcome and of course serve award winning food every time when visiting the restaurant or staying in one of the contemporary rooms.

When visiting The Stackpole Inn you can explore the Stackpole Estate, The Lily Ponds of Bosherston and the amazing Barafundle Bay and Broadhaven beach. The four fabulous, high quality king size en-suite rooms are on two levels, two downstairs and two upstairs. Two of these rooms (both downstairs rooms) also have double pull out sofa beds, making them ideal family rooms for up to four persons. The two upstairs rooms can be converted into twin rooms (upon request). Breakfast is served in the restaurant with various local options and the chefs will cater for all special diets.

In a tight market, people make the difference

As the world grapples with the flow-on effects of lockdowns and the spread of the coronavirus, smart businesses should prepare to use their best asset — their people — to bounce back stronger, writes Planday’s industry expert Oskar Karlsson.

When writing the word crisis in Chinese, there are two characters: one for danger and one for opportunity. As the outbreak of COVID-19 challenges the way we work and interact, we understand that once we move past the initial dangerous period, new opportunities will present themselves.

Rest Easy with Sleepeezee

Guests expect the highest standards, which is why hotels all over the world choose Sleepeezee.

A leading British bed marker, Sleepeezee has been crafting bespoke mattresses and beds since 1924 and is now one of the most well-known bed manufacturers.

Keep cool at the London Coffee Festival

Scotsman and world champion barista team up to spread the word about iced coffee

Scotsman and Hubbard Systems will be at the 2020 London Coffee Festival, taking place on April 2nd-5th. They will be running demonstrations explaining the different types of ice required to make the perfect cold brew and coffee-based cocktails.

A Le Meridien Survey from 2013 found out that 53% of hotel guests prefer a great cup of coffee over sex in the mornings.

Yet, despite this revelation, hotel room coffee is often still nothing to write home about.

If faced with the choice between instant coffee or capsules, hotel guests regularly choose to find a better cup elsewhere.

But it doesn’t have to be this way.

Digital Menu Publishing is a new window into your kitchen compliance

How is your business preparing for the next wave of allergen labelling rules? With the food business under wage pressures, rising ingredient prices and an oversupply of competitors, any change in legislation presents new risks to your time and money.

Caternet, Powered by Zupa has launched a new allergen management application that stops the kitchen guesswork, supports compliance, and serves information to diners – both before and during their visit. Caternet Menu Publishing is a single solution combining a recipe builder with Ten Kites’ tool to publish allergens, sub-allergens, and nutrition data, live, onto virtually any digital channel.


Bob Pease, CEO/President of the Brewers Association, the not-for-profit trade association representing small and independent American craft brewers looks at how to pique interest in your craft beer range

Bar, restaurants and hotels looking to stock beers with a point of difference should focus on the Olympics!  Not the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan but the World Beer Cup, often referred to as ‘the Olympics of Beer.’  Presented by the Brewers Association, it is the most prestigious beer competition in the world and is held every two years in conjunction with the annual Craft Brewers Conference® & BrewExpo America®, 19-22 April 2020 in San Antonio, Texas.