Top UK holiday rental destinations unveiled
Sunday 1st December 2013
Holiday rentals in the UK have continued to be seriously popular with more people than ever choosing to use their homes to create revenue through short term lettings. But where do most people look to rent holiday homes in this country?
Having assessed its statistics for 2013, Holidaylettings.co.uk has revealed the places showing the greatest year on year across, and where it would expect these trends to continue into 2014.
The results for the UK:
1. Isle of Man
2. Northern England
3. Cumbria/Lake District
4. South East
5. East Anglia
3. Ewayas Harold
Wales – region with most growth was Pembrokeshire.
Wales (town) – all these areas have experienced an increase in enquiries of more than 1,000%
1. Bow Street
1. Orkney Isles
3. Cebtral Scotland
Scotland (town) – all these areas have experienced an increase in enquiries of more than 1,000%
Northern Ireland – regions that have experienced biggest increase are County Tyrone and County Armagh
Northern Ireland (town) - all these areas have experienced an increase in enquiries of more than 350%
3. Newry City
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