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Hot Tub Holiday Cottages – Hot Tubs Top Request List For Holiday Makers

Posted on November 6, 2008 by , in 2. Hot Tubs & Gazebos

Holiday cottage rental agencies are reporting that availability of hot tubs is now officially top of the list from holidaymakers. A survey of 5 rental agencies across England, Wales and Scotland has revealed that hot tubs are now top of their lists. “Log cabins are a close second but I think people on holiday like the thought of having a little extra luxury when they rent somewhere and the hot tub seems to be top of their wish lists” said a spokesman for the research.”

At this time of financial downturn, coupled with very poor tourist exchange rates against the Dollar and Euro, more and more people are forsaking foreign climes and turning to home for this kind of property for short breaks and holidays; so if you own, manage, or let such a property and you are not offering a hot tub facility, contact your local WhatSpa Approved supplier now and have a chat with them about ensuring your competitors are not stealing a march on you.

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3 Comments

  1. nancy, November 18, 2008:

    Hi. Choosing a hot tub or spa for our home can be a very difficult task, especially for individuals who have little knowledge on the subject. There are thousands of different hot tubs on the market with an endless variety of spa accessories to choose from.

    Thank you.

  2. Holiday-maker, November 19, 2008:

    If the owner was not on site to maintain the hot tub do you think there would be a safe way to provide a hot tub at a holiday cottage?

  3. Nick Clamp, November 25, 2008:

    If you are providing the cottage as a holiday rental you would fall into the same health and safety category as commercial spa operators and would need to uphold the same safety standards such as testing the water 3 times per day and also keeping water quality records for 5 years. It would probably be impossible unless you were on site.

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