There’s nothing worse for guests than to arrive at their holiday rental (potentially after a long journey) only to find they have to go shopping straightaway to buy all the essentials they’ll need. This is one area we mention frequently, but it’s amazing the holiday rentals we’ve stayed in where the essentials haven’t been provided. [Continue reading …]
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If you own a holiday rental property somewhere that enjoys warm weather through the winter months, you’re in the perfect position to look for clients who want to escape the cold, grey, short winter days and laze in some fabulous winter sunshine instead. Many people in northern Europe hate this time of year, so you [Continue reading …]
When you have a holiday let it’s important to market it to the most appropriate audience. Here we’re going to focus on marketing your holiday rental to the luxury market – which means we should begin with a caveat. If you’re going to do this, make absolutely sure your property warrants it. Every little detail [Continue reading …]
For many of you the high season for your holiday rental is coming to close with the winter fast approaching, but for those of you with ski properties the high season is just about to start. So are you ready to get as many bookings as you possibly can? If you own a property in [Continue reading …]
Not all holiday rentals allow pets, but if you decide yours will you are opening yourself up to a fairly large market. According to Travelsupermarket.com some 40% of Brits include their pets when going on holiday. It has the advantage of cutting out boarding fees and also means the whole family can enjoy a break. [Continue reading …]
Unless your holiday let is in the mountains, you’ll be coming to the end of the high season pretty soon. After welcoming guests into your holiday rental week in, week out for several months, your property could be looking a little tired. So take this quieter period as the ideal time to do something about it. [Continue reading …]
While the summer months often represent the best time of year for bookings to rentals not in the mountains, you can still find plenty of bookings during the low season. The trick is to know how to do it. A few simple changes could make it easier to get the results you want. Make changes [Continue reading …]
Are you green yet? To be more specific, is your holiday rental green? Does it have green credentials that would attract eco-friendly and supportive holiday makers? If not, you could be missing out on the potential for many more bookings – and it could be easier to go green than you might think. What is [Continue reading …]
One of the biggest challenges you’ll have as a holiday let owner is setting your rental rates, alongside getting bookings that is! However it is easier if you focus on a few important points as outlined below: 1. Set lower rates when you start – and be prepared to adjust them Getting started is a [Continue reading …]
Every year thousands of families head off on their annual holiday, some venture to foreign climes, whilst others stay in the UK. Indeed, with budgets being squeezed from all directions more and more families are choosing to holiday in the UK. But regardless of location, your holiday let business could benefit from being family friendly. [Continue reading …]