Do you realise that you are often paying more when you make a direct online booking? This is because the online systems charge a commission, so the hotels and B & Bs put their rates up to cover this- so you might pay more than if you book directly .
However, booking directly can be confusing- what rates will they charge, are there rooms available etc?
Here's what I'm offering from now until we close for our winter break on 4 November.
1. Decide when you want to come to stay at our Lake District bed and breakfast
2.Go to the Contact Us page on the White Moss House Website, then click on the "Book Online" symbol and check to see what we have available, and the bed and breakfast rates we are offering. (These rates are per person, per night, so you need to double it to get the room rate)
3. Don't book online!
4. Email me, firstname.lastname@example.org , telling me when you want to come, the price you've found, and the room you want to book if you know which one you prefer. The rate might already have been reduced from our full usual rate.
5. I'll confirm that rate, and further reduce the total for a two night stay for two guests by an extra £10, or by £15 if you're staying 3 nights.
6. I'll need your card details to take a £50 deposit.
That's it. The best rates guaranteed.
Here's a picture of the heron I saw today flying over our garden. You might see him, or deer, or red squirrels......
|The White Moss Heron on the River Rothay, Rydal, Grasmere|