Photography can make or break your property online, so we employ professional photographers to who the reality of your holiday cottage in its best light. Here's a little sneak peek behind the scenes.
Every holiday home owner with paying guests is legally required to carry out a Fire Risk Assessment (make sure you are thorough in your assessment and keep it regularly updated). But what about less regulated requirements and every day dangers - is it enough to stick up a disclaimer and be done?
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.
The end of the summer is not the end, so don’t drop your guard just yet. In fact, this time of year should be viewed as the start of a new holiday season…
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.
Do people really need internet access on holiday? Well, we went and asked them and it turns out, yes. It really does make a difference.
For many people, it has become an important way to keep in touch with family and friends as well as an entertainment medium on a par with the television. Providing wireless broadband internet access for your guests’ use is a relatively simple way to broaden the appeal of your holiday property.
If you’re new to the world of WiFi or you’re looking for some quick-fix tips you haven’t already tried, here are the basics to try first.
When providing a WiFi hotspot service you need to be aware of potential issues that may arise, as well as the legal implications.
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