Today we have just had an electric vehicle charge point fitted which will be free for guests use
so whether you arrive in a Bright yellow Merc
or even something a little more affordable
although my personal favorite at the moment is this one
...this has had me thinking since a plot of land was bought on the 25th July 1891 which 7 years later was to become Elder Grove, built as a boarding house but what was offered back then which we now consider the norm ..
..a little digging and Elder Grove has had 7 owners since 1920 only 10/6 a day the proprietress was Mrs Lofthouse every comfort was offered even a garage (oh how I wish we still had that but that's a different blog!!)
You could even have your fires lit for a nominal fee.
Skip forward to 1963
Dinner Bed and breakfast was offered for £14 along with extras of Morning & Evening tea
Even in our tenure who would of thought how things would of changed trying to keep 1 step ahead of what guests require
and to finish just a random thought, this afternoon we had a call from a local company trying to sell me something. I listened, I do like the accent from the west coast of Cumbria but later I found this quote on their website it has nothing to do with anything I just liked it
In his book The Star Thrower, Lorans Eisley mentions the day when he was walking along the beach after a storm, thousands of Starfish had been washed up. He noticed a boy picking them up and throwing them back into the ocean, one by one.
When Lorens asked him why, the boy said, “If I don’t they’ll die.” “But how can saving so few make a difference when so many are doomed?” asked the writer.
The little boy picked up another Starfish threw it back into the ocean and said “Its gonna make a lot of difference to that one.