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Summer Time is an exciting time here at TerraVina

TerraVina is a hybrid…. To some we are a small, boutique hotel, to others they refer to us as a restaurant with rooms, we think of ourselves as a quirky, super friendly place to stay, where we hope we look after guests whatever they want to label us as. We don’t often welcome celebrities, we are not “sexy” enough, glamorous or luxurious enough and those few celebs that do stay are so low key that we don’t often even know they are celebs, but this week we did have a very special visitor to the hotel who whilst not being a “living celebratory” is certainly a legend and caused excitement to those that love all things racy!!

I am not talking about a person at all but a very special car- let me explain. Thanks to a very dear, long standing family friend, who’s generosity, kindness and enthusiasm is huge, Graham and his beautiful D-type Jaguar ensured that a very special young man, our son, Romané, arrived in great style for his very first school prom. At the same time the arrival of the car caused quite a stir along the New Forest lanes and certainly turned many heads when parked outside the hotel. She is definitely a beauty and has a fantastic roar when she is fired up… I’m not especially excited by  cars; as long as it gets me from A to B safely and with no hassle I’m happy, but there is no denying how special this one is and what excitement she causes when people see her driving along and so even me, who knows very little about cars was impressed!

The car was parked outside TerraVina on a gloriously sunny afternoon and was a talking point and cause for excitement for many of our guests and the team…. We like it when we can provide a something extra than the norm and having the car at TerraVina certainly did prove that no matter what we are, boutique hotel, restaurant with rooms or anything else you want to call us, we do quirky and special very well!

For the car enthusiasts amongst you, here are some photos of the D type along with a James Bond look alike on his way to the prom with a very special friend who made it possible- thank you Graham… you and the car were “stars of the show!”

We can’t promise a D type Jaguar outside the hotel again anytime soon but for those thinking of visiting over the coming months we do have the most dazzling new art work on display as we have turned the entrance to the hotel into a gallery of amazing glass art, created by super talented, Winchester based glass artist, Sue Tinkler, of Tinklertastic…. A whole blog on Sue and her work next week!

As I say we hope there’s always something different to keep you interested in our news and visiting… we hope to welcome you soon to the quirky place in the New Forest which has a big heart and a great team.

Till next week

Nx

 

 

 

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Yet another Hotel TerraVina success – this time our Head Sommelier, Tanguy Martin is crowned UK Sommelier of the Year, 2015

We are delighted to share some very exciting news with you all… our very own Tanguy Martin, Head Sommelier here at Hotel TerraVina was  recently crowned as the 2015 UK Sommelier of the Year, following a tense final held at The Savoy in London. This prestigious competition, now in its 35th year, is organised by the Academy of Food & Wine and attracts over 100 entries annually making it the most highly regarded accolade for wine service.

Tanguy is the second winner from Hotel TerraVina following Laura Rhys’ win in 2009. Gerard himself won the competition in 1989 and 1992 and then of course went on to become European Champion Sommelier in 1996 and World Champion Sommelier in 2010 so who knows what lies ahead for Tangy too!  For those of you who know us and TerraVina well, it is our ethos and passion to train, nurture and mentor young people and Tanguy’s win highlights yet again what a talent Gerard has for creating award winning sommeliers as there have been no fewer than 11 of the past 22 winners whom have worked for or been mentored by Gerard.

So what was the competition all about- well, 12 semi-finalists were reduced to three final candidates with Romain Bourger from The Vineyard at Stockcross and Arnaud Bardary from Maze the eventual runners up.  A series of demanding tasks followed including a restaurant role play, designed to test customer service, management skills and the ability to cope under pressure; a blind tasting; food and wine matching exercise; wine list error spotting; and a quick fire Q&A.  The culmination of the afternoon was the service of a magnum of Moët & Chandon. All the finalists’ tasks were performed in front of an audience of some 400 industry leaders along with a panel of judges comprising former competition winners.

Speaking about his win, Tanguy said, “I am so overwhelmed by the support I’ve received from my peers and particularly from Gerard.  This award is the one that every sommelier aspires to win and it is the culmination of months of hard work.”

Gerard and I and all the team are very proud of Tanguy and his recent success. Tanguy has worked tirelessly towards this competition and is a worthy winner who has an exceptionally bright future ahead of him and we are thrilled that it all started here at TerraVina

Till next time

Nx

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Hotel TerraVina enjoys half term and a truce with Sita

An update on the Sita saga……..It got worse before it got better with ongoing early collections and then no collections at all, BUT, I now have the Communications Manager for the South West, the Regional Business Manager, Customer Relations Manager and the Customer Service Team Leader looking after us to try to ensure that our collections take place at a respectable time, ie: after 7.30am on various days of the week. I am hopeful that with so many people now involved we may at last get a collection time that is respectful to our neighbours and stops disturbing everyone at 5.30 in the morning! Watch this space… thank you to those at Sita who have stepped in and tried to sort it out- fingers crossed we are now there!

Besides from stressing about refuse, the week has panned out quite nicely… we had a wedding which was very “blue” in colour, (we have no blue at the hotel at all, so it always surprises me when brides chose a colour scheme for their reception decor that is so different from the hotel’s décor), but the wedding guests, who were lovely and super friendly, loved the room, the décor, the food and the venue …..knowing I am more an orange kind of girl (!) the team sent me away for the day and so I got updates via my I-phone as to how the event went. All went brilliantly and the team proved yet again that I am so often surplus to requirements and am not indispensable as I would so like to believe.

I am trying hard not to be an hysterical mum… Romy is taking his GCSE exams at present and is his usual laid back, unstressed self- he is studying hard, doing his very best and just taking it all in his stride. It was his 16th birthday on the 17th May… how did that happen from baby to adult in a blink of an eye? Gerard and I are so proud of him and cannot believe our fortune in having such a lovely, kind, intelligent and well rounded son…. It must be the close influence of his grandparents!

Half term has brought toddlers, children and happy families to the hotel as well as lovely returning guests and couples who we look forward to welcoming back frequently…. Thank you to you all for liking TerraVina and coming back time after time. Gerard, myself and the team greatly appreciate your support ad loyalty and look forward to continuing to welcome you back again soon.

Till next time

Nx

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TerraVina or Fawlty Towers…. For one night only it was nearly FT!!

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Well a day in the life of TerraVina is certainly never dull! This week has been full of challenges, frustrations, funny moments and “smile and wave days”.  Let me explain….

Since 2011 we have “enjoyed” the services of Sita as our refuse collector. I think I can honestly say it has not always been a marriage made in heaven and over the years we have had cause to complain to the many varied depot managers that have come and gone. Our nearest neighbours have been justifiably angered by early morning collections, sometimes as early as 5.30am, even though we have a signed, contractual agreement that no collections should take place before 7am… we jump through hoops to keep our neighbours happy as we are made all too aware on plenty of occasions as to how unhappy they are to live close to a hotel. However, it seems we are on a merry go round with Sita, who promise to investigate on every occasion we complain; they have excuses galore- new drivers/different route/time delays, you name it we’ve heard it… drivers who cannot tell the time/read their paperwork or communicate between driver and loader (the driver’s “mate”),  BUT now I have Brian (Sita customer services) and Ian (current depot manager) on the case, (good news I hear you mutter). No as still the collections are being made too early, even with their intervention – its surely not so difficult to collect after 7am and so the saga continues and there will no doubt be further tales for a future blog post!

We had another power failure this week too. After the Xmas 2013 fiasco when we had to cancel the whole of Christmas for all our guests, I am especially sensitive when the power goes off, albeit this happens rarely, but still, when it does it’s a hyper ventilate and get very stressed moment. However, unlike at Xmas when communication was very poor, this time the experience was made more bearable with the thanks of Jim and Mike at SSE Power Distribution and a lovely lady on the help desk- they were helpful, kept me updated regularly, sympathetic and just generally gave the impression they actually cared about their customers- what a nice change and one that was greatly appreciated- thank you.

Thus why the reference to Fawlty Towers I hear you wonder.. well on the very day of the power failure, we were holding an informal supper, all about being hoteliers, a day in the life of TerraVina, why we do what we do, how we keep sane (not sure we are).. and to advertise the event, I used the by line, that we, Gerard and Nina, are sometimes referred to as Basil and Sybil by our team, as in Fawlty Towers.. and then with the power failure and all the other hiccups I haven’t mentioned here, it all could well have unravelled and actually been a proper Fawlty Towers moment with a dinner by candelight and cold starter, main and dessert. BUT at 2.30pm we got the power restored, so if the evening had unravelled at least the food would have been  hot and the lights would have worked.

However, as I wrote this very blog it got worse, a heavy down pour of rain and howling winds have caused the flat roof to leak so we are hopping around buckets catching drips! Oh the joys of being a hotelier- honestly you couldn’t make it up and I’m sure some of you reading this can’t actually believe it’s all true, but believe me, I  promise, it really, honestly, truly is completely true!!

Besides from all the above there have been some nice moments, lovely guests, charming children and toddlers who left me pictures of Peppa Pig, the sunshine peeped through the clouds and the swimming pool is open and lovely and warm.. albeit the pool pump gave up the ghost only a week after being serviced but thanks to the great pool people, we use, it was back up and running with a new, (expensive!) pump within hours- thank you Spruce Pools!

Like I say, just another day in the life of TerraVina- smile and wave , just smile and wave!

Till next time

Nx

 

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People, sunshine and keeping the bank manager happy! Hotel TerraVina is in a philosophical mood…

I greatly enjoy people and am fascinated by how we interact with each other, the psychology of what makes us all “tick” and generally I just like people and people watching. However, now and then my interest, faith and kindness towards my fellow man is sorely tested.

I am left wondering in so many instances….Why are people so rude to each other? Why are they so mean to one another and so quick to point the finger of blame, often with no proof or evidence? Why are small businesses and those who own and work within them, giving their all, trying their best and working hard to please their guests and customers so unsupported by laws, regulations and just generally blamed and lambasted for anything people want to throw at them.

Do we all now lead such stressful lives that we have forgotten how to be nice to one another, have some common courtesy, good manners and general bonhomie to the rest of the population? It would seem the case and whilst I am mostly resigned to being in a people business where sometimes people seem to take pleasure in being horrible to all those who cross their path; just occasionally, every now and then it wears me down and makes me despondent for what seems to be old fashioned values which have been lost in the name of progress.

However, I am trying to stay positive and certainly the sunshine helps-what a glorious few days we have all enjoyed and actually the better weather and sunny moments do seem to bring out the better side of people and we all do generally seem to have more patience, tolerance and a few more smiles for those around us.

Thus let’s all wish the sunshine is here to stay and we have bright, warm and sunny days from now until Christmas!! Do remember we are in a lovely part of the world, have a fantastic team, all of whom are bright, smiley and super friendly and we would love to see you visit us again soon- the busier we are the happier we are- as is our bank manager (!) so we hope to welcome you back very soon and here are some TerraVina Temptations to help you chose a month to visit:

http://www.hotelterravina.co.uk/TerraVinaTemptations.asp

Till next time

Nx

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Hotel TerraVina welcomes back Gerard from his travels and Nina comments on the fact he’s home!

Sorry for the long gap between this latest blog and my previous one. Gerard has been away for almost a month travelling through Australia and New Zealand whilst studying for a Master of Science in Wine and I was left “holding the baby” and was busy juggling school runs, dog walking, hotel life, weddings, Mothering Sunday service and just general day to day dramas of life that makes the Basset household so frenetic and chaotic… I sometimes think that if there are two straws to be drawn, I seem to get the shorter one… Gerard is flying all around the world, tasting wine, enjoying the hospitality of some of the nicest people on earth, (wine makers), basking in warm sunshine and I am in wet and windy England, with a damp dog, sleepovers to manage and hotel boilers to repair!

Gerard arrived home on Monday of this week looking tanned, relaxed and surprisingly well considering he had been flying for 35 hours if you count the 6 or 7 hours of stopovers in lovely places such as Sydney and Singapore! I arrived at Heathrow to collect him at 5am in the morning looking harassed, exhausted and bad tempered having got up at 3 am to get there on time…guests love to hear of Gerard’s travelling adventures and often ask me why I don’t get to go with him… why indeed! As much as the idea appeals to me it’s just not feasible or possible, so I will just have to get on with multi tasking and hope the Spring brings some welcome sunshine!

Now Gerard is home and as always happens when he has been away for a time, it takes a few days to get used to each other again and for me to adapt to the fact that I have to share the house again with someone who (bless him) covers the dining table with books, causes me to have many more loads of washing and lots more dry cleaning to take and collect, share the dogs affection and cuddles when usually they are all for me and tells me off for staying up too late working or catching up on my favourite TV dramas on my I-pad in the middle of the night, BUT, there are some bonuses to having him home, apart from the fact that I miss him very much when he is away, and that is he brings me tea in bed each morning, he also opens very nice bottles of wine to have with dinner… so all in all the pros outweigh the cons of having him home and I hope he doesn’t depart again too soon…. Although I do get to have all the bed, the TV remote all for me, the best chocolates in the box with no one to share them and freedom to dance around the kitchen, singing badly with no one laughing at me… so roll on Chile and his next trip!

In the meantime, talking of trips away… if you fancy a quick jaunt to the New Forest and a stay away with us, then here are some TerraVina Temptations to tempt you soon!

http://www.hotelterravina.co.uk/TerraVinaTemptations.asp

‘Till next time

Nx

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To coin a Latin phrase… TerraVina says, “Three horrendus annus es super- Terminus !”

Anyone who knows Gerard and I, or who reads the blog now and then will be aware that the last few years have been a bit of a roller coaster for us, the team and the hotel overall.

A “marriage” not made in heaven, a long separation and an acrimonious divorce have been a few of the challenges we have faced in the last couple of years, BUT we have stayed focused, strong and determined and at last we feel we have reached the end of the tunnel and the light is brighter than it has been for a very long time.

We have been tremendously supported along the way by family, friends, our TerraVina team and a posse of experts and advisors, all of whom have been invaluable in keeping us sane, positive and determined to see through to the bitter end what has been a horrible situation.

However, along the way there have been tears, tantrums, bleak moments and the dismissal of two sets of legal experts. High Court proved to be fascinating, (twice), the legal speak and all those Latin terms became my 2nd language, it was a terrifically interesting learning curve and one that whilst we would have preferred not to have had a lesson in, ultimately it gave us an insight into who we really are, both as individuals, as a couple and a team and we have emerged the other side stronger, even more connected to one another and with a greater understanding of what is really important in life and it’s not money, success or material possessions- all of which can be lost in a blink of an eye. What really matters when your back is against the wall and you cannot see a way out of the “black hole” is love, support and friendship and a bloody brilliant lawyer- thank you so much Dennis for your belief in us, for your strategies, theories and for understanding how important the psychology of the whole sorry affair was to ensure success at the end….. In short you were brilliant and we couldn’t have got the results we have without you!

So in conclusion… besides all of the hard lessons we have learned, the ones that are most enduring is that no problem lasts forever and psychology is a fascinating subject!

Till next time

Nx

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Awards galore and a Huge Bravo to a great hotelier

Much to my surprise… actually I was “gobsmacked”, (such a horrible word, but the most apt to use), I was recently nominated for an Imbibe Magazine award for Hotel Personality of the Year. I was surprised for a number of reasons, no less than the fact that Imbibe is a very cool, trendy magazine specifically targeting the on trade and is very in touch with the exciting London bar scene… TerraVina hardly fits into being trendy, cutting edge or of course on the London scene; we are just a tiny hotel located in the depths of the country and more importantly I am not a “player”, big or small, in the scheme of things and there are many more worthy people to be considered for such an award.

However, someone nominated me for consideration, in fact apparently quite a few for me to have got through to the final list, so whoever they may be, many, many thanks… whilst I was very surprised to be nominated it was lovely to be considered. That said, when I saw the list of fellow nominees, for me one stood out as being a “head and shoulders” above us all… Andrew McKenzie, the ever charming, professional, highly regarded, very respected and just all round lovely chap who is the MD of The Vineyard Hotel in Newbury, Berkshire. He is a past Hotelier of the Year, he is renowned in hospitality circles and is just a super chap who I am thrilled to say did indeed win the award and he made the most worthy of winners- well done Andrew; it was an honour to be on the same nominee list as you and I am thrilled you won- Bravo!

The evening was most enjoyable- we were hosted very well by Imbibe and their numerous sponsors at the Rumpus Room, in the Mondrian Hotel, which enjoys magnificent views across the Thames and it was a lovely opportunity to meet up with friends, colleagues and peers… Gerard and I were also celebrating a hard fought victory and sorry to tease, but I will blog about that another time soon!

Till then, thanks for continuing to read the blog- it’s fun to write and hopefully enjoyable to read

Nx

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Hotel TerraVina muses on how, sometimes being an hotelier is very worthwhile…

The life of an hotelier is like many other professions not always an easy one. There are day to day challenges to overcome, be they due to staff issues, tricky guests, unforeseen operational problems and a wealth of other challenges besides, but on occasion there are days that prove to be inspiring and which make it all worthwhile… we have had a few such days of late and it certainly leaves you with a feel good factor.

Just before Christmas, we hosted a charity dinner, with the ever lovely Raymond Blanc as our guest speaker. He charmed the audience and a great evening was had by all. The charities we chose to benefit from the event were the hotels’ adopted charity, Rose Road and The Pelican Cancer Foundation, both of which are charities that have a special significance to us- we raised a good sum for them both. Whilst that is a great reward in itself, what is even more fantastic is when we visit Rose Road and see just where the much needed funds make a difference; the children and families such donations help are very special and to see them enjoying life in such a simple, uncomplicated way puts all the irritations and challenges life throws at us all clearly into perspective and stops you short.

On Sunday 18th January we hosted another very special event… we are blessed at TerraVina with a huge number of regularly returning guests, all of whom are a pleasure to look after. We have some guests who visit us every Sunday and have done so for many, many years. One such pair are the Messrs Tattersall. A father and son who come for Sunday lunch every week, almost without fail. Mr Tattersall, Snr turned 100 years old on Sunday 18th January. We of course could not leave such a special occasion un celebrated and so with his son’s blessing, we hosted a small lunchtime party for him, complete with birthday balloons, delicious lemon drizzle birthday cake and his favourite roast leg of lamb and gooseberry crumble as menu choices. There was delicious Champagne, kindly offered by other regular guests, a fantastic bottle of Pichon Longueville Baron, offered by yet another very special and regularly returning guest, presents galore and a very memorable and enjoyable afternoon was had by all.

However, more importantly, Mr Tattersall himself proved to be an inspiration to us all. He was sprightly, immaculately dressed, bright and sharp. He made a speech as the team clapped him into the restaurant and guided him to the table. He gave another speech when his cake was presented to him and then the whole restaurant erupted into song and applause for a thoroughly charming, decent and lovely chap on his very, very special day… and Gerard and I realised that being hoteliers on such special occasions such as those and having the ability to make someones’ day a little bit more special is very powerful and emotive and it is a privilege to be able to give such joy and happy memories to very special people who touch our lives but for a moment, but who leave such a lasting impression

Happy 100th Birthday Alfred- you are an inspiration to us all!

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Until next time

Nx

Ps: We would love to welcome even more guests regularly to TerraVina  and to tempt you back sooner than you may have anticipated here are some great Winter offers:

http://www.hotelterravina.co.uk/JanuaryFebruarySpecialoffer.asp

Always check the website, Face book and Twitter too for our late rates and offers.

http://www.hotelterravina.co.uk/Last_Minute_Hotel_Rates_New_Forest.asp

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Happy New Year from us all at Hotel TerraVina

Phew! I can’t say that we are not pleased to see the end of 2014 which turned out to be a bit of a rollercoaster year- certainly full of a few highs and many lows! However, we are looking forward with renewed vigour to the New Year and are hopeful that 2015 will be a much better year than 2014 turned out to be.

As some of you know we bade a fond farewell to some of our long standing team in the past year and it is with great pleasure that we announce that Charlotte and Lucy are now officially “at the helm” in  charge of the hotel and they are both doing brilliantly in their new roles of General Manager and Assistant General Manager respectively- they have both been with us a couple of years and we are very proud of them both and how they have adapted to their new responsibilities so readily and with great aplomb.

I thought it apt to start the year with a funny and positive blog… goodness knows there will be many ranting ones to follow in coming months (!) and so to that end, here are a few observations from guests (not TerraVina guests I hasten to add!) that amused and amazed us recently when we read them via TravelMail as published here….and with a link to full article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-2627129/Worlds-strangest-hotel-complaints-Unhappy-dogs-overly-handsome-waiters-goat-bells.html

Survey of hotel staff in 49 countries reveals hotel guests’ bizarre behaviour

  • Requests have included baths full of honey and crocodile soup for dinner
  • Guest wanted discount when he was kept awake by his girlfriend’s snoring

By TRAVELMAIL REPORTER

PUBLISHED: 14:31, 13 May 2014 | UPDATED: 15:04, 13 May 2014

The article goes on to say….

In these days of movie megastars and overly precious pop stars, we have all heard stories of celebrity guests who make outrageous demands of the hotels they frequent.

But it seems that many members of the general public can be just as diva-like – and delusional – when it comes to what they expect of the places in which they stay.

Outrageous orders and crazy complaints regularly stretch the patience of even the best-trained staff, according to a research conducted by flight comparison website Skyscanner.

The survey – which questioned 400 hotel staff in 49 countries – reveals a world of ridiculous and very funny comments.

Skyscanner compiled a list of the ten most unusual requests made by hotel guests – as well as the top ten most outlandish complaints, but as I am on a positive theme, I haven’t included the complaints in this particular blog!

The most unusual requests to hotel staff…

1. One glass of water on the hour every hour, through the night
2. 15 cucumbers a day
3. Toilet to be filled with mineral water
4. Bath filled with honey
5. Sound of goat bells to aid sleep
6. Only the right legs of a chicken to be served
7. A dead mouse
8. Bath full of chocolate milk
9. 16 pillows (for a single guest)
10. Crocodile soup

Skyscanner’s report states that other fantastical flashpoints included a guest stating that the bath in their suite was too big, and an animal lover who wanted a discount because his dog had not enjoyed its stay.

One guest was moved to raise a concern about the waiter who served them at dinner – saying he was too handsome for their liking.

The list of unlikely requests features a range of demands that would surely make the most riotous rock star or highly-strung actress blush.

One guest wanted a glass of water to be delivered to their room – on the hour, every hour, throughout the night. Another insisted that they could not drop off into the land of nod without the sounds of the mountains – and could a range of goat bells be provided?

Another wanted a dinner of chicken.

Not too outrageous, you might think – except for the fact that, the guest stipulated, only legs from the right side of the chicken should be served as part of the meal.

Other food-themed blasts from the barely believable included a customer who wanted a bowl of crocodile soup, and a weight-watcher who asked for 15 cucumbers per day.

Incredible en-suite-related wishes included baths filled with honey or chocolate milk.

And spare a thought for staff at the hotel where a guest demanded a further bathroom-linked change to the room: they wanted their toilet to be filled with mineral water.

Personally, I have to say some of these made me laugh out loud and others did not surprise me! For sure guests make an hoteliers life a challenge, fun filled, vibrant medley of who knows what might happen next moments and that’s why we continue to love what we do.

We do hope to welcome many of you back over the next year and please do keep reading the hotel’s blog ( I have fun writing it and it’s great to receive comments and to hear that guests enjoy reading it too) and please do keep an eye on our website and social media for all the special offers we have through 2015 to tempt you to continue to visit us… in fact if you fancy some rest and relaxation during January or February, have a peek at our special offers for both months:

http://www.hotelterravina.co.uk/JanuaryFebruarySpecialoffer.asp

 

Till next time

Nx

 

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