There's a lot to think about and styles to consider, but before you get too carried away, here are some pointers to keep in mind.
When considering the look and feel of your Cotswolds holiday cottage, remember that a property that photographs well both inside and out will attract guests and keep those bookings coming in.
Hopefully, having followed our special interior blogs, you are feeling confident about your holiday cottage interiors and have a few guidelines to refer to along the way.
Sourcing interiors from various suppliers guarantees your Cotswolds holiday cottage is unique to you. It also allows you to inject some of your own personality into your second home, as visitors should be able to relax and utterly enjoy a retreat to this wonderful part of the country.
A nicely furnished holiday home with individual charm will appeal to prospective guests and attract bookings. Your cottage is, after all, an investment as well as a retreat.
As more Brits opt to travel in the UK with their four-legged pals, demand for dog-friendly holiday properties continues to increase.
A little time and work now can save you a lot of trouble (and money) later. Here are some precautions you may take to protect your holiday cottage from the harsh winter weather.
The months of November through to February are traditionally slow for holiday cottage reservations in the UK.
It's good for holiday cottage owners to make sure their visitors get a good night's sleep.
There are nearly 14 million disabled people in the UK, but not nearly enough accessible holiday accommodation.