Morning Coffee And Breakfast

When it comes to hospitality, a non-negotiable is most definitely tea and coffee in the morning. Even if you’re the type who loves to sleep in yet your guest is an early-riser who wants to get ahead on the day’s activities, you should show them how to use your appliances. Taragh Bracken’s favorite trick is to use her monster drip coffee maker that can schedule brewing times for early in the morning. This way, both her and her husband don’t need to dash out of bed after having worked a whole week for their early riser family members who wish to get a nice view of the sunrise by the water.


Make Them Feel At Home

Your friend has travelled from another country to enjoy your company. Bringing them to fancy dinners can be nice, however having a cozy night in where you cook simple meals sounds like a perfect alternative. When Bracken has guests traveling to meet her, she makes sure that all their woes and pangs are taken cared for. She’ll give them fresh linens and towels so that they can feel comfortable after a shower and during bed time. If you wish to go over and beyond, purchasing a cute set of guest robes and slippers via Amazon will surely have your guest rave about you for years to come. It is sure to avoid leaving a bitter taste in your mouth.


Prepare A Guest Basket

This basket is a namesake of Taragh’s. It’s essentially a basket of essentials for your guest so that they don’t feel bad bothering you for something they forgot at home. The items you should pack are a fresh tube of toothpaste, a few toothbrushes, extra shampoo and conditioner, handy disposable razors, small packets of medication such as Advil or Tylenol, and a few snacks for their on-the-go adventures. This basket will be a world-renowned hit for your guests who are staying overnight or stopping at your place for a few weeks.


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