Owners News

Top tips for dog friendly cottages

How many times have you been asked, can I bring my dog? Depending on where your staycation is, this may or may not be a large consideration for you. In a location such as Northumberland with wide open spaces and lots of walking it’s almost become the norm to accept dogs. So, are you losing out if you don’t accept dogs? Are you concerned about the damage a dog might do to your property?

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Making your holiday home a bit more Hygge

One thing we get asked a lot is, do your cottages have log burners? Guests no longer want home from home, often they want to stay somewhere that is better than home. No pressure then! People work hard for their disposable income, so when they book a holiday, the bar is often already set quite high. This year in particular, visitors have spent almost 12 months at home, their home has been their work place and their school and their garden a holiday destination. You’re probably heard the term Hyyge, but what does it actually mean?

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What does 2021 look like for Self-Catering breaks?

There is no denying that the holiday landscape looks very different for the foreseeable future. With self-isolation now required from red listed countries abroad and as we eagerly await the news on lock down restrictions, are self-catering cottages going to be one of the safest ways for holidays to take place?

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The pull of wanderlust

Last year we were asked a few times from other cottage owners, how do you go about doing things. Following what seems to have been a very bizarre year, we decided to kick off 2021 with a blog page dedicated to information for owners. Follow us for a series of blog posts that we hope will provide helpful information for established cottage owners and new prospective cottage owners alike.

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