Location of your Bed and Breakfast or Hotel
This is, by far, the most important choice you’ll make. You will need to secure a property large enough to give you all the B&B rooms you need to reliably generate revenue based on expected occupancy. Of course, you can choose to live in the property as well, which will reduce your expenses and ensure you’re on hand when needed. Choose a location that’s suited to the type of guests you want to attract. Look at other competitors in your immediate area, as you don’t want to be on each other’s doorsteps.