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Humans of Hospitality

Nov 23, 2020

Set in 58 acres of parkland at the end of a magnificent sea loch, The Torridon has one of the most spectacular and idyllic locations in the country.

What Dan, his wife Rohaise and the team have created in the Torridon is awesome. So remote with the challenges of staffing and weather and access and much more, yet they...


Nov 16, 2020

Zoe is from the 'ecological land cooperative' (ELC) - a 'Not For Profit' trying to solve some of the problems of excessively large farms, often mono-culture dominated and using too many chemicals, having a very detrimental impact on the land and ecosystem.

I speak to many people being inspired to enter the world...


Nov 9, 2020

Rocco Bova is living quite the hospitality adventure.  I wanted to catch up with him for a few reasons.

Firstly he’s running a health resort in Mexico, a fascinating country.  Sometimes a reputation for drug cartels, kidnapping and more recently a catastrophic impact of COVID-19.  But Rocco loves Mexico, and he’s...


Nov 2, 2020

If you don’t know his name, you’ll certainly know some of the venues Nicholas has worked and some of the businesses he’s developed.  Nicholas without a doubt is a bona fide 'human of hospitality'.  It’s been his life’s work.  From cutting his teeth at the Chewton Glen working for the likes of Robin Hutson, to...


Oct 26, 2020

David Begg is one of those hospitality obsessives regular listeners will know I love to meet.  Another one of those humans that has a little tiny seedling of an idea, that turns into an obsession that turns into an utterly awesome product that then enhances all of our worlds of food, drink and hospitality.

And this time...