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A Selection of our Customers


  • Struggling to remove creases and wrinkles from your bedding?

    High thread count fine yarn fabrics can be a challenge to efficiently launder and achieve an acceptable level of finish so creases and wrinkles do not put off guests. The following instructions will help you achieve the best results possible.




    A minimum wash temperature of 60C should be used in the initial wash for new stock but higher temperatures ( upto 70C ) would be advantageous. This should ensure a good level of removal of any unwanted sizes and ensure a good level of cleanliness providing the process is working efficiently. Continue reading

  • New ranges added to Boutique Linen Collection

    The Boutique Linen collection has added a number of exciting new Bed and Bath linen ranges. Four modern designs – Belgravia, Hoxton, Portobello and Mayfair – have been added to the existing Boutique Linen bedding range. The luxury 300 thread count, 115 gsm white cotton percale sets are complemented by unique coloured trims and edgings, which offer a stylish twist on regular plain white cotton bedding.

    The sophisticated designs have been developed following competiveness between hoteliers, who want to create a high-end look to set off existing furnishings. Continue reading

  • UKHA Olympic Challenge featured in the Caterer

    The first UK Housekeeping Association (UKHA) Olympic Challenge was recently held at the Millennium Copthorne and Chelsea Football Club on 5 October 2012.

    27 Hotels competed in the event with each displaying excellent speed, attention to detail, enthusiasm and competitiveness for the five events. The contestants’ skills were put to the test as they went head-to-head in rounds, including bed making and innovation, toilet roll throwing, vacuuming around obstacles, a knowledge quiz and an ‘eye-for-detail’ round, whereby entrants had to spot and remove hidden stickers in a bedroom set. Continue reading

  • Richard Haworth at Hotelympia

    Richard Haworth showcased a number of new innovative products at this years Hotelympia event in Excel London. Our stand was a huge success as we showcased products including our Optima finished bed linen, the unique easy change EasyValance and the Great British Table Linen set. Raj Ruia, managing director at Richard Haworth commented: "We’re constantly looking to pioneer new products to save hotels and B&Bs time and money. For example, the EasyValance is the result of many months of development and testing and we’re confident that hotels and B&Bs alike will benefit substantially.”The Richard Haworth stand at Hotelympia 2012

  • Checkerboard Bed Linen now 40% off

    Checkerboard Bed Linen is now available with up to 40% off. Checkerboard is a high quality, easy to care for 50/50 polycotton fabric in a stylish checkboard design. A 200 Thread Count 150gsm bed linen range, Checkerboard is available in White and Ivory. Hurry as this is a limited time offer. Click Here for Checkerboard Pillowcases Click Here for Checkerboard Duvet Covers

  • Jordan selects Richard Haworth sheets for her new show

    Model-turned-entrepreneur ‘Jordan’ has selected Richard Haworth’s quality bed linen for her new reality TV show. Set to air in the autumn, the Sky Living programme – still under a working title – will see model-wannabes competing for a much-coveted prize, which is yet to be announced. Continue reading

  • Tourists visit Britain to see castles in Wales

    Popular tourist attractions

    VisitBritain has conducted a survey asking tourists from abroad about their favourite things to see when on holiday in Britain. The surprise top answer, above Harrods, Glastonbury and Wimbledon, was 'a tour of castles in Wales'. Of the 10,000 adults surveyed in 20 countries, 34 per cent would like to try this activity. Continue reading

  • Hotels, restaurants and homes can cut the cost of Christmas

    Have a cheap Christmas without being a scrooge

    Christmas 2010 will go down in history as the year everybody had to cut back, but having a cheap Christmas doesn't mean it will be any less fun. With a few easy-to-implement ideas, this festive season could have benefits for your wallet, the environment, and your guests.

    Reuse, recycle and DIY: If there's anything you can reuse, do! When it comes to decorations, sometimes a candle in a green wine bottle with a red ribbon around it will do just the job. In the home, salt dough decorations are cheap and fun to make. Continue reading

  • Budget hotel chain targets live music fans

    Proven popularity

    Travelodge has cemented its position as the UK's fastest-growing hotel chain by exchanging contracts on two new hotels, worth over £24 million. The 200-bed venues are to be built within a stone's throw of two of the UK's biggest music venues: the NEC in Birmingham, and the MEN Arena in Manchester.

    Other recently-secured Travelodge builds are near the Liverpool Echo Arena, Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena, and the London Excel. The targeting of these venues is due to existing Travelodge branches near to music venues and arenas hitting 100 per cent occupancy after major events. MD for development Paul Harvey said: "The explosion in the popularity of live music and comedy events over recent years saw our hotels located near to arenas outperform expectations during the recession".

    Why Travelodge appeals

    Because many concert goers live outside the cities, and events often finish too late to use public transport, an overnight stay after a gig is becoming an increasingly popular option. However, considering the cost of tickets and transport, it's no wonder budget accommodation is proving so popular. Many low-cost hotels, hostels and B&Bs could capitalise on the live music boom if they are located near a popular venue, but as the success of Travelodge proves, good quality hotel supplies are essential to draw in guests.

    Travelodge's £19 beds and 24-hour reception make it ideal for shoestring budgets, but it's still a far cry from 'roughing it'. Continue reading

  • Hospitality giant reports revenue boom

    Public’s desire for budget treats unharmed by economic slump

    UK catering and hospitality company Whitbread has revealed welcome news: their profit has increased to a level higher than before the recession. In the six-month period up to mid-August, they experienced "strong like-for-like sales growth across its businesses," according to the Financial Times.

    However, the Whitbread brand family, which includes Beefeater and Brewers Fayre restaurants, had to be very proactive in an attempt to curb their losses. Continue reading

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