We had an exciting spike of web traffic after Countryfile mentioned the Rame Peninsula last weekend.
Our most popular holiday cottages earn in excess of £65,000 net p.a., which is a brilliant way of topping up your income and paying off any overheads.
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.
New laws in February 2014 followed a number of fatalities in the UK, and set out the safe installation of window blinds and the revision of standards.
Even once you've signed a contract and agreed an initial commission rate, this can latterly be subject to change and a number of additional services added to your account. Make sure you know which letting fees are included.
We understand it is not always practical for those of you who handle your own changeovers. But if you haven’t considered the possibility, it might be worth your while.
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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