We continue to attract attention internationally. Our commission from the Berkeley Hotel has attracted interest from all over the world. This article of our Berkeley Bird House is from the South China Post. They say:-
Strictly for the birds. Unimaginative advertising, website and PR company copywriters have ensured that most of the world's hotels and resorts are currently either "nestled" or "perched" somewhere, rather than simply "located" (unless "strategically" so, making them "ideal for both business and leisure travellers alike").
Now, one of London's better hotels has extended this ornithological theme by installing bird houses on the open terraces of its newly renovated rooftop rooms. "Nestled in London's fashionable Knightsbridge district" according to more than one travel website, The Berkeley is close to Hyde Park, from which it is hoping to attract birds to nestle and perch to their hearts content in custom-made accommodation. This being a posh property, the bird houses are themselves touted as luxurious, and are made from sustainable timber with solid natural oak roof tiles, and painted in Farrow & Ball Bone colour. Bird House can be viewed and purchased online at the maker Sparrow & Finch's web site.