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Top Trends: Navigating 2024’s Top Holiday Rental Trends: What Self-Caterers Need to Know

22nd January 2024

As 2024 unfolds, the holiday rental market is brimming with new trends and opportunities. For self-caterers, staying ahead means not just understanding these trends but…


Industry forecasts, Self-Catering Resources

Regulation in the self-catering industry: an overview

3rd September 2018

It's no secret that the self-catering industry has experienced significant changes in recent years. To keep you up-to-date and ensure your holiday rental is fully compliant with the law, we'll be publishing a series of articles that detail what self-caterers must do to legally let properties as short term rentals.

Industry forecasts, Market intelligence, Self-Catering Resources

Industry analysis: 2017 in review

5th January 2018

In 2017 there were three key areas that stood out in the self-catering industry: guest experience, booking channels and smarter pricing.

Industry forecasts, Market intelligence, Self-Catering Resources

How will the card payment surcharge ban affect the UK self-catering industry?

1st December 2017

The purpose of the legislation is to save the consumer this cost, but providers will still be charged to process card payments. So what's going to happen? We surveyed self-catering businesses and agencies that currently add a card payment surcharge to discover what they'll do when the legislation takes effect. Here are the results.

Booking behaviour, Industry forecasts, Latest news, Market intelligence, Self-Catering Resources

Rural self-catering in England worth £3bn per year

12th October 2016

According to a report for the English Association of Self Catering Operators (EASCO), which was released yesterday, rural self-catering in England contributes £3.04billion per year to the economy from accommodation spend…

Booking behaviour, Industry forecasts, Self-Catering Resources

August booking patterns: what should you expect?

28th July 2016

Perennially one of the busiest months for self-catering accommodation providers, what should you expect in August in terms of bookings?¹ Most guests will book short breaks We’d expect most guests…

Industry forecasts, Self-Catering Resources

How are your summer bookings shaping up?

1st June 2015

It’s June, so your attention is likely to be directed towards the peak summer season. We thought it might be useful to have a look back at our statistics for…

Booking behaviour, Industry forecasts, Self-Catering Resources

What’s in store for self-caterers in Q1?

25th January 2015

We hope you’ve been riding the crest of the bookings wave that has been keeping us on our toes this month (11 January was a record-breaking day for us with…

Booking behaviour, Industry forecasts, Self-Catering Resources

Get ready – 3 self-catering booking trends to expect in August

11th July 2014

You probably keep an eye on your own bookings, looking for peaks and troughs to help identify patterns in your guests’ booking behaviour at different times of the year. So…

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