Cornish Holidays – Is It The Little Things That Make A Difference?Posted by in News
Every holiday is different. Whether you and your partner are going away for a luxurious weekend together or if you are a family heading for a Cornish holiday of fun filled adventures; there is nothing better, and it is always welcoming and friendly after the usual 6 hour drive down where the kids have been moaning all the way down and you have gotten lost god knows how many times, to arrive to a little something extra at your Cornish holiday destination. It is generally expected, and classed as standard with most self-catering holiday homes, that certain utilities are available and set up ready for your arrival.
Years ago a working television was classed as an added extra in any self-catering holiday home; now it almost expected that having a flat screen LCD television with free view is to be included as standard. But with the growing pace in technology that sort of adjustment has to be adhered to. I am talking about the little things. The little added extras; the stuff that will make your Cornish holiday that bit more special. What would be better when you arrive in a new area of the world, like when taking that first Cornish Holiday, than having a little book full of instructions and information about the local area and attractions? Maybe to find that whilst you were out for the day exploring, that someone special had come in and remade all the beds and tidied up a bit for you. At particular times of year like Easter and Christmas wouldn’t it be lovely to have a present or Easter egg each, waiting for you when you wake up in the morning.
From the experience of going on plenty of self-catering holidays, it is lovely and comforting to have a guide to the local surroundings. Almost like a good food guide, it tells you all about the best shopping centres; all the best places to dine at a good price and, in Cornish Holidays in particular, where the closest and most luxurious beaches are! A really nice touch is to have welcome pack on arrival because it makes you feel at home and welcome and like the owners of the property really want you to enjoy your stay.
All these added extras obviously do cost money for the holiday home owner, but if you are a holiday home owner, whether it is a caravan or cottage holiday home that you own, you want to make sure that you are providing your visitors will all the little extras that are important because those little things will be the reasons they come back again.