Attention to detail lauded by our guests

Attention to detail lauded by our guests

From a recent review of Erehwon Bungalow in Tampa:

This is so good I shall have to recommend publication of a companion piece for Samuel Butler’s novel with “The Erehwon Way—a Guide to the Restoration and Management of Historic Properties.” Attention to detail, providing many extras and little touches that can’t be ignored, as well as personal involvement with guests according to their wants and needs is key to the way. Erehwon also has a Swedish massage therapist, and I wish there had been time for a massage.

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For almost 45 years, Henry served in Fundraising and Arts Management positions and ran his own consulting firm. His work secondary schools; healthcare organizations; and service organizations, with a specialization in the performing arts, including ballet and theater companies, chamber orchestras, choirs, and performing arts centers. In 2009 he began to prepare for retirement. Following a career involved with the management of many special events and working with senior civic and corporate leadership, his experience in the managing of multiple relationships made entering the hospitality industry a natural extension of his career.