Resources and Information For Holiday Makers and Property Owners

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Norfolk is Calling! Pack Your Bags, It’s Time For A Holiday

Norfolk coastal Path sign with beach behind

Package holidays have their place, but there’s no comparison between a bland one-size-fits-all itinerary put together by a stranger and a self-catering holiday in Norfolk personally hand selected by you to suit you! Create exactly the Norfolk experience you want, following your nose into some of the country’s best farmers’ markets and restaurants, marvelling at […]

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Do you need a music and film licence for your holiday home?

Like many regulations, it can be difficult to find information specifically aimed at the holiday rental market; and the regulations surrounding whether or not you need a licence to play and supply films and music in your holiday cottage are no exception! There appears to be conflicting information with some grey areas at first glance, so we […]

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UK National Parks – 15 Stunning Reasons to Have a British Holiday

The British Isles are home to no less than 15 National Parks. From the Cairngorms National Park in North Scotland, to Dartmoor National Park in England’s South West, there are thousands of acres of unspoiled landscape for you to enjoy amazing British holidays. National Parks in Scotland The Cairngorms National Park is for adventure lovers. […]

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Seeing All Of Suffolk’s Best Bits In A Weekend

A scallop shell sculpture on the shingle beach with sun setting behind

It’s hardly surprising that Suffolk is such a popular choice for a weekend away. This wonderful county is bursting at the seams with everything you could want including beautiful scenery, fascinating heritage, gourmet food and fantastic shopping. You could easily spend two or three days just exploring the coast, heaths and villages on foot; antique […]

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Somerset, a Dog Friendly Holiday Destination

It’s hard not to fall in love with Somerset. This green and bountiful county is one of England’s finest and the ideal spot for a dog friendly holiday. One of Somerset’s biggest advantages as a holiday destination is how easy it is to reach. Though many of its 400 villages feel remote and peaceful, Somerset […]

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Go Walkies in Dog Friendly Herefordshire

Herefordshire is so beautiful that you will want your dog to enjoy it with you. As you ramble down country lanes, stroll beside the River Wye, sit in a pub beer garden in a picturesque village, admire the gardens of a country house, or tackle the challenging Offa’s Dyke path, you’ll feel the stress and […]

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The Peak District, A Holiday Destination For You And Your Dog

If your dog is as much a part of your family as any person there’s no need to upset them with a spell in kennels while you head off for a fantastic holiday, because the Peak District is brimming with dog-friendly attractions, activities and self-catering accommodation. This is a part of the country we know inside […]

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Legionnaire’s Disease: Know Your Risks As A Cottage Owner

As a ‘landlord’, holiday home owners have a number of responsibilities to ensure guest health and safety. Most are well known by cottage owners such as the annual gas check, yearly sweeping of the chimney, checking and testing of electrical Portable Appliances (PAT tests) and Risk Assessments (including fire).  However, there are also some less […]

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