Quick and cheap ideas which will please your guests.
There a lot of factors to consider when creating a holiday home, and once you’ve got the basics covered (fridge: check, kettle: check, towels: check…) it’s easier to start thinking of the little things which could result in more bookings.
Small touches will show you, as the owner, care about both the holiday cottage and the guests who use it. The best way to do this is to contemplate ideas which would make you more comfortable if you were to stay there. Here are a few thinks for you to consider which we hope will provide inspiration as you spruce up your cottage this winter.
Who is your audience?
What is your style?
What features does your property have?
These are all just ideas to help you get started and obviously some of them cost more or take more time than others to implement. Of course, timeless pieces of furniture will work in your cottage for many years and serve your guests well. Therefore, you won’t have to change the style of your property each season, so choose wisely.
The odd touch here and there shouldn’t go amiss. However, try and find a balance between clutter and added extras. Nothing is more annoying than not having space to put things when you’re on holiday. Worse still is having to hunt about for your belongings among trinkets when you’re packing up!
Finally, sprucing your property up once a year will pay dividends. Replace that worn out rug and touch up tired paint.