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Monthly Archives: February 2018

Manage Vacation Rental

Start a journal to record all inquiries for your property. Write down their name, address, phone number and email address, the number of people in their party and dates that they are interested in renting. Keep this information regardless of whether they end up renting or not. It will be useful later when you have cancellations or available rental periods.

In the second half of your journal, record all bookings for your property. Keep a calendar to record which weeks are booked, adding the name and dates for each party. This will show availability and the weeks that are taken at a glance. Bring this along with you whenever you can. You never know when you will meet someone who is interested in your property. Add your housekeeper’s schedule to the bottom of this calendar or add it to your journal. It’s important to give a copy of this to your housekeeper each time changes are made so you are always in sync.

Start two email lists and record each inquiry to the first list and each renter to the second list. Send out specials, cancellations or available weeks to the emails on each appropriate list. Use this to inform your renters of upcoming events in the area.

Keep good, accurate records of your rental income, security deposits and refunds, and all of your house expenses. For income, record the dates received, who it’s from and rental dates. Record security deposits separately. Create a spreadsheet or record in the second journal notebook, all income and expenses with totals for each month. Identify each transaction with as much information as possible. Use a box or file folder to keep all pertinent receipts for tax purposes. Keep everything you need for your rental business in one place. This will make it easier for you at year-end.

Vacation Rentals Save Money

Share with Multiple Families

Another way to save on a beach vacation is to share a condo or rental house with more than one family. Most of these homes are very spacious, and many offer three or more bedrooms. Planning a group trip with additional families can really drive down the cost of the condo.

Find Free Entertainment

Many beachside attractions attempt to draw people in, but these can often be very expensive. Instead of spending half of the budget on activities, find some forms of free entertainment that the family can enjoy.

The beach itself is an obvious attraction that can take up hours of the day. Pack a small cooler with drinks and snacks and spend all day soaking up the sun and playing in the waves.

If everyone gets tired of being at the beach, go inside, watch a DVD from home, and eat popcorn. It may also be a good idea to bring along the family video game console to enjoy at night. Just keep these activities to a minimum in order to fully enjoy the time spent together.

For an inexpensive option outside of the house, check out any museums that may be in the area. Many offer free admission or reduced prices for children, and you never know what local history you might discover!

About Paignton Holidays

The Room

If you are looking for a place that is perfect for a family meal, then you should try the Room. The Room has a comfortable atmosphere and serves a variety of delicious dishes. You can enjoy a delicious meal at this restaurant while staying at one of the spacious Paignton holiday cottages. Some of the dishes you can try at the Room are; thyme jus and summer peas, Paignton crab cooked in chive mayonnaise with fennel and watermelon, bay scallops with cabbage and lemon, lobster royale and lemongrass cream, Cornish lamb rump with roasted artichoke and roasted halibut with celeriac. The restaurant has an impressive wine and champagne list. You can order a nice bottle of wine to go along with your meal. The wine list includes rose, white and red wines. You can call in advance and book a table for your family. This is one of the places you can enjoy a fine meal with your family while staying at Paignton cottages.

Paignton Pier

One of the first places you can visit during your stay at the comfortable Paignton holiday cottages is Paignton Pier. Paignton Pier is a popular attraction and an historical place. The pier was first opened to the public in 1879. This is a good place to take a leisure stroll with your children while staying at the luxurious Paignton holiday cottages. The pier is situated near the town centre and is easy to get to from the bus station. Some of the popular attractions at the pier are; Orbiter, Mega Slide, Crazy Golf, Dodgems, Bouncy Castle, Ten Pin Bowling and Trampolines. The cafe at the pier is a good place to enjoy a couple of snacks and cold drinks with your children. If you like seafood, then you should go to the seafood kiosk at the pier and try some delicious seafood dishes. You can also enjoy some delicious fresh donuts at the pier. The pier is filled with several interesting attractions for children at the pier. There are several indoor attractions your children can enjoy even when it is raining. This is one of the recommended places to visit during your holidays in Paignton.

Villa in the Heart of Ibiza’s

Venture just a few minutes out of the hustle and bustle you will definitely be greeted by landscapes with lush greenery, dusty paths and sheer rugged hillsides. Here you cannot miss the villas that are meticulously restored and will give you an uninterrupted view of the unspoilt coves, hilly terrain, and stunning sea and beyond. Life at the countryside is untouched for centuries, and still continues to be traditional, and is bustling during the day with nature lovers who come to soak up its vibrant atmosphere. Known as ‘the campo’ or countryside, this is a must explore and you are bound to have a fantastic adventure on the way, whilst absorbing the breathtaking scenery that envelops this stunning little paradise. Some villas have their own stables and that leaves us with a must not to miss way to explore the island’s countryside on horseback.

Sprinkled with Carob, almond trees and figs, pine woods and olives, and hundreds of miles of unblemished shoreline with little paths leading down to quiet coves one can find some of the most beautiful beaches and tranquil waters. These paths are mostly known to the locals – so it would be the best to have them as your guide. Some of the most charismatic villas are built of the cliffs, looking down over the anchorage – offering amazing and undisturbed sea views. The bohemian touch of these villas is a perfect example of sophisticated fusion of urban and Mediterranean interior design. Vineyards help in populating Ibiza’s countryside filling it with a sense of peace and escape from the hustle and bustle. Slow pace, bygone times, when the only reds were those of the earth, the greens of surrounding vegetation and the blue of the sky above – is the essence of country side.

Swap Ibiza’s beaches for its beautiful countryside villas to ensure your holiday is full of sheer greenery, horse riding, cycling, yoga and detox, artisan markets and local designers, bars and beers with the hippe vibe – and not to miss the live concerts at the bars if you get lucky on some nights. The drive on rural roads surrounded by olive groves and lush valley is the perfect setting to a real, unspoilt, rural Ibiza. A wealth of whitewashed houses, old fashioned cafe and traditional restaurants is what you will get along with the provincial charm of the villas in the country side of breath taking Ibiza. If you are thinking you will miss out on the beaches and the stunning seas of Ibiza – you are wrong! Soak up in the sun as you will also find rocky, grainy sand and almost unbelievably clear water in the sea at country side.

Experience Ibiza’s countryside-whether on foot or bicycle, solo or with a friend, in spring bloom or as autumn retreats. Lose yourself on its trails-they’re the perfect way to take in the rich scenery and varied architecture, the natural springs and canals, the whitewashed churches, the rural homes, the centuries-old traditions. Return to absolute nature and choose to stay in one of the charming Ibiza country houses where beautiful gardens and unspoilt coves take the centre stage.