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Crafting the Perfect Gluten-Free Welcome Pack for Your Holiday Cottage

Welcoming guests to your holiday cottage isn’t just about providing a comfortable place to stay; it’s about making them feel at home. For those with gluten sensitivities or Coeliac Disease,…

Understanding Gluten Free Diets & Coeliac Disease.

As a Holiday Cottage Host wanting to provide outstanding services to your guests, it can help to have a good understanding of any dietary requests that your guests may make…

3 Top Tips On Adding Colour And Texture To A Holiday Let

As we’ve discussed in our ‘How To Furnish a Holiday Let’ series, there are many different factors that should be taken into account when decorating your holiday let. Whether you…

How To Add Character and Good Lighting To Your Holiday Let

Many holiday homeowners often find interior design intimidating but it really doesn’t have to be. As we’ve mentioned before in our owner guides, there are plenty of unique ways you…

Short let property management in Oxford

Short let property management in Oxford involves managing properties that are rented out for a short period of time, usually less than six months.

How To Make Blank Walls More Appealing In Your Holiday Let

As you’ve already found out, decorating your holiday let takes a fair amount of time and imagination. You’ve painted every room, bought everything your potential guests could possibly need, and…

Five Top Tips On Mixing Old And New Interior Design In Your Holiday Let

When considering the look and style of your holiday cottage you’ll want to consider a lot of factors, but one particular design is having a major resurgence. Yep, you’ve guessed…

How To Furnish A Holiday Let: Tips Everyone Should Know

It goes without saying that creating a welcoming, relaxing, and stylish ‘home away from home’ for your guests is vital, but deciding how to furnish a holiday let can often…

Mandatory requirements of a Landlord

We at Short Let Space champion best practice in the short term rentals and holiday lettings sector. There are several mandatory requirements that you need to fulfil as a landlord,…

How to Make a Great Guest Book

When we know our vacation home and the surrounding area so well, it’s easy to take things for granted and forget how it felt when we first arrived. We forget…

How to make your holiday cottage accessible

There are numerous factors to consider when renting a holiday cottage, such as where to stay, whether the desired dates are available, how much it will cost, and what activities…

How to Prevent Uncomfortable Bed Complaints

If you own a holiday cottage, you understand how difficult it is to continuously satisfy your guests. You work hard to give guests an enticing piece of homely tranquilly from…

How to increase Holiday Cottage bookings in the low season

The months of November through to February are traditionally slow for holiday cottage reservations in the UK. The occupancy calendar can look depressingly empty at this time of year. Although…

Protect Your Holiday Cottage in Wintertime

During the winter months, not only is the harsh cold and stormy weather more likely to cause damage to holiday homes, but the chance of burglary also increases. A little…

How to Create a Dog-Friendly Holiday Cottage

As more Brits opt to travel in the UK with their four-legged pals, demand for dog-friendly holiday properties continues to increase. Bookings for staycations with pets have increased by 40%…

Holiday Let Welcome Pack Ideas to Wow Your Guests

Guests in holiday cottages today have high expectations, and they anticipate a level of service that rivals the luxurious hotel stays they’ve had in the past. If you think about…

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