Popular types of holiday home
What is our most popular type of property?
Operations Manager, Mary Harlow, lets you in on a little secret.
Our most popular properties vary tremendously; some people prefer a thatched, beamed cottage nestling in an archetypical country garden, and others a designer-style modern apartment perched on the waterfront, or a clifftop house with stunning views. What they all have in common however is some form of ‘wow’ factor, together with quality furnishings and thoughtful attention to detail throughout. Immaculate cleanliness is a pre-requisite. Our aim is to entice guests back time and time again, so holiday homes that are well-maintained and constantly updated are the ones that do best. On arrival the guests should feel that they have arrived somewhere better than ‘home-from-home’, where the perceived value is greater than the cost of the holiday.
First, some perspective. We should accept from the outset that 100% compliance with green goals is not realistic. However over time, little wins across a percentage of guests mount up.Letting with classic 3 years ago Katie Chown
Now the festivities are over and the cold drab days of January loom, it is time to look at your cottage without the rose-tinted glasses and decide what needs to be done to bring it back up to the pristine, shiny bright, comfortable cottage it was at the start of last season.Letting with classic 3 years ago Katie Chown
What’s the day-to-day process involved in taking a booking for a holiday cottage? Here’s a behind the scenes breakdown of the journey of a booking.Letting with classic 3 years ago Katie Chown
You may have a cottage that’s new to the market, or may you have inherited a property with a less-than-inspiring insignia. Either way, here are a few things to think about when naming your cottage.How to holiday let 3 years ago Katie Chown