We’re a small, dedicated team – consisting of five employees.
Susan Keeling – Proprietor
After spending five years as an American-based Air Stewardess for Pan Am Airlines, Sue Keeling’s love for travel and people became apparent. So after settling in the UK and raising four children, her next life goal was to own a hotel/guesthouse.
Sue bought and took over the Tasburgh House in 1996, shortly after returning from living in Australia with her family. She revived the tired and dated bed and breakfast into the stunning five-star boutique guesthouse that stands today. The gardens were totally re-landscaped with beautiful terracing and a fountain and all rooms had en-suite bathrooms installed. The entire property received a much needed facelift.
Sue now dedicates her time to making sure her guests are as comfortable and satisfied as possible.
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Peter Molnar – Property Manager
Peter was born in Hungary and has always had a keen love for cars. Peter worked for Audi in Budapest before moving onto a challenging career as Sales Manager for a five star Swiss hotel chain. Upon discovering his natural ability to please guests, Peter then moved onto working for a Thermal-Golf hotel close to the Austrian border. After five years he got itchy feet and a desire to live and work in England and moved to Bath in 2013.
Peter is an asset to the team at Tasburgh House. Beginning as a Kitchen Porter, he was soon keen to take on further duties and responsibilities. He is now our valued property & grounds manager as well as chef and kitchen assistant – a real ‘jack of all trades’!
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Anna Ziemba – Head Housekeeper
Anna joined the team in early 2015 and is originally from Poland. She gained housekeeping experience in a large hotel chain. She now lives with her partner in Bristol. Her meticulous eye for detail and high standards ensure that our rooms are always immaculately clean and well maintained. Anna has a small team below her who all share a passion for quality housekeeping.
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Emma Moon – General Assistant
Emma is the most recent edition to our team. Born and raised locally in Keynsham, she moved to Bath in late 2017. Emma has a keen love for animals and wildlife, and spent 5 years (on and off) volunteering as a research assistant and studying in South Africa. During her time in between travelling she managed a busy coffee shop.