Best Practice Guidelines for Large Group Holiday Rentals

A successful large group holiday rental will need to show specific consideration of 4 key areas in particular. From the initial preparation of your holiday rental through to the ongoing management (pre & post guest arrival), these 4 areas should be at the centre of your policies and decision making.

Key Issues to Consider

  1. Fire Safety and Legislation
  2. Noise
  3. Rubbish Removal
  4. Parking

A well-managed and sound proofed holiday rental should pose no greater issue to the neighbourhood than any other property. Download The Gold Standard Guidelines.

The Right Property

Large group holiday rentals are best suited to a city centre location. Properties located on a quiet mews or cul-de-sac have the potential in some cases to cause disruption to neighbours. Rural areas with neighbours in the immediate vicinity are considered inappropriate locations for large group holiday rentals. > Find out more.

Excessive Noise Disturbance

If you live next to a holiday let property and are currently experiencing excessive noise disturbance, please fill in our Property Search for a number to call.