How to Choose the Right B&B
When choosing a B&B to suit your needs, there are a few things to bear in mind before you make your choice and make a booking – firstly, make sure you really do want to stay in a B&B.
Very few businesses don’t have some kind of online presence these days, either a website or social media page. This makes it pretty easy to look up places online and find exactly what is on offer and the costs involved. For example, some B&B’s charge extra for breakfast, or only offer a continental breakfast for free whilst charging for a cooked breakfast. Ensure you confirm exactly what you are getting for your money.
Narrow down the area you want to stay in by deciding what kinds of things you want to get up to on your trip away – for example, for shopping you might want to look at places close to or in a city centre, but for a more sedate, quiet break, somewhere rural may be better. The internet can help you research the place and things available to do, as well as checking out reviews.
Don’t be Afraid to Ask
If you have any concerns or questions, don’t be afraid to contact the owner. Any decent B&B will be happy for you to call up and ask questions or chat about your needs before you book. You should be able to find either a phone number or at least an email for an establishment easily.
If you are looking for a B&B in the Newcastle area with an added level of Georgian luxury, you should consider Hedgefield House.