The following four areas give you a starting point to consider cutting energy costs without resorting to chaperoning your guests during their stay. It isn’t intended as a comprehensive guide but rather to help start the thought process and give you a few useful rules of thumb.
The question on everybody’s lips when holidaying in England is: what happens if it rains? Bringing just one or two of these ideas into your cottage could make a real difference when it comes to securing family holiday bookings.
With around 7,000 chimney fires every year in England alone, it’s imperative that we do our bit to minimise risk and keep safe.
Looking after your holiday home and implementing the correct safety measures will ensure that you and your guests will be able to enjoy this wonderful time of year without incident.
Our reports showed that, between 2011 and 2015, cottages that changed to accept one dog from no dogs experienced an average increase of 17% to their total income. Cottages that adapted to accept two dogs experienced an even bigger increase of a whopping 52%.
Operations Manager, Mary Harlow, advises on a couple of things to consider when investing in a holiday home.
Advice to people who are thinking about entering into the holiday letting business. Operations Manager, Mary Harlow, gives some general tips for first time holiday
What is our most popular type of property? Operations Manager, Mary Harlow, lets you in on a little secret.
The factors we take into account when deciding whether to take on a holiday home. Operations Manager, Mary Harlow, gives a few clues on what we generally look for when hand-picking properties for our portfolio.
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