If you are interested in providing holiday accommodation, there are lots of business opportunities you could consider.

Here are some ideas to get you started:


Holiday cottage rental
Holiday cottages are privately owned residential properties that are rented out to holidaymakers on a short-term self-catering basis, either by the owner directly or via a specialist letting agency engaged by the owner to market and manage the property on their behalf. Find out more >
Bed and breakfast (B&B)
Bed and breakfasts (B&Bs) provide overnight accommodation and breakfast, typically in private family homes. B&Bs generally accommodate fewer than six guests and specialise in providing a personal, good value, homely service. Find out more >
Campsites are typically run by landowners who provide suitable areas of land for campers to pitch tents. While a campsite is not legally required to offer anything more than a basic pitch, many provide facilities such as a supply of drinking water and toilets. Find out more >
Touring caravan site
Touring caravan sites provide temporary pitches and facilities for caravan owners. They are often established on suitable land made available by the site owner, for example as a result of farm diversification. Find out more >
Guest house
Guest houses provide overnight or short-stay accommodation, typically in a larger residential property that has been converted specifically for the purpose. Find out more >