Posted Friday, March 04th, 2011 by

Here at the Beech Hill Hotel we are not quick to join bandwagons. However it seems that Facebook is here to stay and more importantly absolutely everyone I know is using it, including my wife.  I had resisted but the peer pressure was so great that I caved in but before setting up my page I thought I would get the hotel to set up its page first namely so I could see what all the fuss was about.

Well after a few teething issues, such as understanding the differences between pages and profiles, I managed to upload photos, link to websites and create up and coming events, and yes I’m converted what a great way of staying in touch. So as you will see if you look at the hotels page I have now set up my own profile! Scary!

But that leads me nicely to what  I wanted to highlight, because its such a great way to communicate and keep in touch it clearly would be perfect for letting our guests know what’s going on in the hotel! Whether it be events such as our gourmet & wine tasting nights, mothers day lunches or our spring and summer balls or our great value offers you can get to find out if you log on to facebook and “Like us”! Simples!

Now I know I’m asking you to do something for me so in turn I’d like to do something for you, if you “Like” our facebook page then you could get exclusively 15% off your stay at the hotel if you book on-line (terms apply). The promotional code will be revealed once you have liked us on our face book page.

This offer is not available anywhere else and it means you can see more of the beautilful Lake District for less! Thank you for reading.

Fraser Richardson

Managing Director

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outstanding, quality hotel stayed there 4 times over the years and it never disappoints just rebooked a stay there yesterday for the end of may

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