The devil is in the detail, so take a look at our hints and tips to making your holiday property a better place to stay with a few easy improvements.
What can holiday cottage owners do to maximise their cottage for adventure seekers and attract more guests, whilst also looking after their property?
As the saying goes, dogs are not our whole life but they make our lives whole, so what better way to say thank you than making them feel welcome too?
As a holiday home owner, you may have earmarked these shoulder months to start carrying out some TLC on your property, but there are things you can do to keep your guests on board and maintain booking momentum through the autumn months.
What better way to start a holiday, you might ask? Well, a lovely welcome tray adds the perfect final touch.
Along with two talks on soft furnishings and upcycling furniture in holiday lets, Property Manager Suzanne gave a round up on making the most of your holiday let, from rules and regulations to what to put on a welcome tray.
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%.
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