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Our First Official Guests

Marcus & Ruth

We feel very lucky that our first guests were lovely & have kick-started our B&B experience, making it such a positive & enjoyable time!

Although Ruth & Marcus are much younger than us, we have been inspired by their enthusiasm for veganism & the way they live their lives. Their knowledge is incredible & it is so wonderful that they have found ways to share what they know through education & a radio show!

Meeting such compassionate people, who are generous, sharing & giving. Who are completely mindful of everything they do, is absolutely wonderful. We hope there are lots of people just like Ruth & Marcus around the world, but are very grateful for them coming into our lives & making us think about the way we live.

We had the most perfect start doing B&B & hope that we have many more guests who are equally great!

Here's what they've said about us.

Thank you guys  for being the perfect guests, for the veggies from Heligan, the music & the leaflets!

Keep up the good work! Kay & Sime xx

Comments

Karin said…
Glad it went so well.
Catherine said…
How fun! They look like a very sweet couple.
Glad everything went well!
xo C
Jane and Chris said…
That's a great write up. Well done guys!!!
Jane x
Koo said…
What great news and no less than you deserve I am sure xx
just Gai said…
Congratulations. What a glowing review - not that there was ever any doubt that it would be.
Becky Bee said…
That is great, so glad having your first guests went well. I have no doubt there will be many more - just wish we could get down there. May be one day.
Rebecca said…
The first of many great guests, I knew it would go well x
Thanks everyone!

Our present guests are lovely too & it's just so interesting to hear about other peoples' lives.

We're already talking about getting another bedroom ready too!

K&S :)

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