|Old Stables, Alyth puts customers first and is awarded
WorldHost Recognised Business status
Old Stables Bed & Breakfast / Self Catering holiday homes in Alyth, Perthshire
has become the latest organisation in Scotland to gain national recognition for its commitment to customer service,
after being awarded WorldHost
Recognised Business status.
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|WorldHost is a world-class customer service training programme that has
already been used to train nearly over 160,000 people in the UK, including
3,000 ScotRail staff in preparation for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
WorldHost Recognised Business status is awarded to businesses that have trained 50% or more of their front line staff using any of the WorldHost training programmes and signed a commitment to delivering excellent customer service. With 100% of its staff trained to WorldHost standards, Old Stables has officially become a WorldHost Recognised Business.
On receiving the recognition,
Eileen McBain, owner of Old Stables commented:
Having previously gained Glenturret Awards for ‘Best Bed and Breakfast and Warmest Welcome’, Scotland’s Best, Welcome Host, 100K Welcomes, I am passionate about service standards and proud to have achieved WorldHost Recognised Business status. Customers seeing
the WorldHost logo displayed will know that we have made a commitment to delivering an exceptional experience for them.
|This generates a positive feel about the service offered and helps to promote Old Stables b&b and self catering properties as welcoming tourist destinations.
Eileen and Bill McBain have been welcoming guest to their home for well over thirty years.
Once inside be surprised by their unique conversion of this 19th Century
Farm Steading with original stone wall, high beamed ceiling and log fire.
Old Stables recognition will count towards Alyth, Blairgowrie campaign to
become a WorldHost Recognised Destination, awarded to areas where 25% of businesses are WorldHost Recognised.
Through the WorldHost Regional Destination Initiative - a national campaign being spearheaded by workforce development charity People 1st - 5,000 businesses, four cities, over 70 towns and a set of islands across 11 Scottish regions1 will use the training to achieve WorldHost Recognised Business and Destination status in the next
The initiative aims to build on the legacy of world-class events like the 2014 Commonwealth Games and Ryder Cup, and transform customer service standards across Scotland’s visitor economy.
More information about the WorldHost Regional Destination initiative can be found at http://scotland.worldhost.co.uk
The WorldHost Recognition Certificate is valid for two years and is renewable on completion of a refresher course. In order to preserve the value of the WorldHost Recognition, the programme may be monitored through impromptu mystery shopper visits.
The Scottish regions currently signed up to the WorldHost Regional Destination Initiative are: Aberdeen City and Shire, Caithness and Sutherland, Dundee, East Renfrewshire, Fife, Inverness and Loch Ness, Moray Speyside, Orkney, Perth and West Lothian.
Old Stables and adjacent courtyard self catering accommodation
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About Old Stables Bed & Breakfast / Self Catering holiday homes.
STB Four Star Gold Classification and Grading rooms have superior king size and super king beds, spacious en-suite bathrooms with spa bath, shower cubicle, wc and basin.
Dressing gowns on request.
Twin beds with en-suite shower, toiletries, hairdryer etc.
Spacious sitting room with glasses, magazines, books, computer and piano.
Large gardens, drying, ironing facilities, hospitality tray of tea/coffee/biscuits and log fire
Scottish breakfast – Bacon, sausage, eggs (as you like them) tomato, mushrooms.
(Given notice, I will attempt to meet your preference.)
Buffet of fruit, cereal, yoghurt and home-made preserves, toast, fresh percolated coffee / tea.
Across the courtyard find two self catering properties, each with two bedrooms sleeping
between 2 – 5 persons.
Two bath/shower rooms, kitchen, living room and patio area.
Walkers, Golfers, Cyclists, Classic Cars and bikers welcome.
Facilities for minor mechanical repairs.
Within a few minutes it’s possible to drive into the Angus and Perthshire Glens.
Close to golf courses,(Rosemount, Alyth, Downfield and around 70 others) walks, pubs, restaurants, gardens. Glamis Castle, Scone Palace, Glenshee and Royal Deeside. Approximately forty minutes to St.Andrews and Carnoustie as well as the North Sea coast and Arbroath.
Local towns include, Meigle, Coupar Angus, Kirriemuir, Forfar, Perth and Dundee with many visitor attractions.All accommodation:
Hairdryer, toiletries, hostess tray of tea/coffee biscuits. Ironing facilities on request.
Ample off road private parking. Free WIFI
We trust our welcome and your stay will exceed your expectations.
Our aim is ‘Anticipating your every need.’
WorldHost customer service training has been used to train over 150,000 people in the UK, including tens of thousands of volunteers and staff at the London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympics, who were widely praised for the fantastic welcome they gave to visitors.
Originally developed in Canada – widely recognised as the leading global destination for visitor welcome – and adapted for the UK market by skills and workforce development charity People 1st (www.people1st.co.uk), the WorldHost programmes provide a gold standard in training for any business that relies on day-to-day interaction with customers for success. All WorldHost trainers are quality assured and are regularly tested to ensure they continue to deliver world-class customer service training.