Short Term Accommodation
This covers any rental in which the stay does not surpass or is equal to a 30-day period consecutively and is used for the accommodations or lodging of guests. Many such properties are secondary homes or vacation properties which people rent out for a profit, mostly catering to people on temporary holiday visits.
Why Go Short-Term?
Simply put, a short-term let could be utilised for any number of reasons, including holiday accommodation, business trips and even waiting or a property purchase to be finalised. Many people also prefer short lettings to hotels simply due to the increase in privacy, as well as not having to worry about any long-term commitments such as rentals or purchases.
A far cry from your average hotel, most private short-term lettings will provide furnishings far beyond your basics you will likely find elsewhere. These additional furnishings will go a long way when it comes to making you feel at home, and if you’re staying for more than a week for example this will greatly improve the overall mood of your stay.
When it comes to finding accommodation on the fly, this stands to reason as the best option for the flexibility of its leases and the fact it already has everything you need to feel at home. This goes both ways as the lack of contract in the payment instalments allow you to produce a termination or a renewal of your stay at will.
As well as this they are also more varied in where they can be found, as most other options such as hotels are almost exclusively in tourist friendly areas. The as equally rural locations of such properties make them versatile enough to allow for quiet getaways as well as more urban based vacations. Furthermore, more so than with a hotel chain, you may be able to negotiate a price with the landlord should you choose to go over the original period of your stay.
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