Bed And Breakfast Case Study

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TITLE History and Luxury combined at The Weavery Boutique Bed and Breakfast LEAD PARAGRAPH The past and the present are unmatched at The Weavery Boutique Bed and Breakfast in Amsterdam. What was once a home and workshop to a family of weavers, is now a family home, bed and breakfast and still a destination for hand-made carpets. These one- of- a- kind carpets change regularly as they are sold and custom ordered. PARAGRAPHS The Suite – where carpets were once stored “Be careful climbing up the ‘steile trappen’ – (the traditional steep and skinny staircase) to The Suite”, Bettina states. She is the owner of The Weavery Bed and Breakfast in Amsterdam. Upon carefully climbing up the steps arriving at a single door, it is opened to a bright…show more content…
It is the smaller of the two, with only four steps down to get into. The room has an open kitchenette area with small table and two chairs, a sitting area with television, and one queen size bed. The ensuite bathroom contains a shower and bath tub combination. This room is perfect for a couple or the single traveler. Starting at 130- Euro/night during the week and at 145- Euro/night during the weekend. Prices include all taxes but are excluding…show more content…
A welcome or afternoon treat is left after your room is prepared or cleaned for you on a daily basis. The fridge also contains milk, orange juice, yogurt and a platter of Dutch cheese, cold meats, and a couple of sliced vegetables for your breakfast. Cereal is on the counter. A basket of several freshly baked pastries and breads along with a boiled egg, cooked to order, will be placed outside your room, still warm, at your desired time. Breakfast is available for 12,50 Euro per person/night. Over 300-years of history The Weavery, set in a beautifully renovated 17th-century house, built in the 1670’s, is located in the central area of Amsterdam. The house was originally built to serve as home and workshop for a family of highly skilled Flemish silk weavers. A sensitive restoration has preserved the building’s original features – ‘steile trappen’ , exposed timber framing beams, 400-year-old floor tiles – are all just part of the intriguing history of this exceptional

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