Guest houses are similar to bed and breakfast and inn-style lodging, since they are usually an individual’s personal home with guest rooms available for rent. Guest house managers are hired to make sure that the desires of all interested parties, specifically the owner of the house and the paying guests, are satisfied. The main job responsibility for a guest house manager is to supervise support staff, such as cooks and housekeepers, and direct their daily duties. The guest house manager is responsible for keeping track of lodging inventory and cleanliness. Additional professional duties include maintaining records of incoming and outgoing guests, double-checking guest house maintenance work, and attending to guests’ personal requests.
Interested in becoming a guest house manager?
Try one of these courses
- Guesthouse Management Short Course
- Guesthouse Management Certificate Course
- Guesthouse Management Advanced Course
Last updated: October 25th 2016