Happy Work at Home Life – My Desk Story

    For a long time I wanted a bureau, ever since I used to play with the one my Gran had as a child. I loved opening the little drawers, peeking in cubby holes and bashing away on her old typewriter.

    My hunt for a bureau has never brought up one as beautiful as Ethel’s. But in the end I realised, after months of working at the kitchen table, that a bureau would allow me to shut up shop each day. To draw the line between work and home and stop my work piles drifting into my dinner.

    After doing a Frenchic furniture painting course with local tutor Helen at Hestia Home, I decided to go for a cheap and cheerful bureau/glass cabinet off Facebook market place to tide me over. This solved multiple issues – not only could all my stuff be hidden away but we gained more kitchen cupboard space with a new home for posh glasses.

    My daughter suggested grey and although I don’t get the modern obsession with grey, it does really suit the carpet and window frames. I also have some dark blue paint and might still try that out. But as a compromise, I painted the inside yellow because I wanted working to feel cheery and happy – yellow instantly boosts my mood in small amounts like this. I love opening the desk and seeing the yellow pop out.

    Inside I have a photo from a well-being clinic waiting room – I snapped it when I was waiting for my Chinese medicine – which I can definitely recommend for balancing hormones! And I love this advice, working from home is lonely sometimes and my productivity varies immensely! It’s okay just to breathe some days.

    I also have a verse I illustrated as a student, from one of my favourite poems, Desiderata. I think it’s a good reminder about a couple of things bloggers are prone to – comparison, losing their voice in the noise and feeling inadequate!

    And tucked away I have a passport photo I found when restoring it, I would love to know who this mystery lady is, I shared her picture over on instagram. I also have a present from Mr A from my Christmas stocking, zen tips for the day!

    I have shared another of Ethel’s treasures, the Lloyd Loom chair I asked to keep when she died. The bureau quite rightly went to my Aunt. This chair is good for lazy days when I am up and down doing bits and bobs or making plans. On a full on writing deadline day I would sit at my proper desk chair as it’s better for my back, but it is ugly and really needs replacing or reupholstering – watch this space as I am currently learning upholstery!

    The painting above my desk I spotted on holiday in the window of artist Tracy Savage‘s shop in Scarborough. The moon drew me in and I was instantly head over heels hooked. It’s funny, my oldest friend fell for it instantly too, whereas others find it creepy. Mr A bought it for me as a birthday present.

    We live bang in the middle of the UK, in the Peak District, far from the coast, but I love to be reminded the sea exists and the juxtaposition with my other favourite, the rolling dales of the White Peak District through the window. Although it’s foggy today and you can’t see them sadly! And the moon and birds ground me wherever I am in the world.

    That’s #MyDeskStory, would love to hear more about yours!

    If you’re looking to upgrade your office at home or at work Furniture at work specialise in office furniture at great prices. Facebook marketplace is where I got the bureau for £25 and I used Frenchic paint.

    For more ideas on how to makeover your home for under £100, check out this guide to revamping your home on a budget from Family Money.

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    Decking the Airbnbs for Christmas with Dekoria

    Decking the Airbnbs for Christmas with Dekoria

    Post in collaboration with Dekoria*

    I first encountered Dekoria via a press release, I found myself on their site and discovered they make the most incredible range of Ikea sofa covers. Recently they asked me to collaborate on something Christmassy, and when I delved in to their website and explored their range of Christmas fabrics I was equally pleased to find the absolute perfect textiles for both our character barn and the Scandi style cabin, both of which we brought to Airbnb this year.

    Gorgeous tartans and Scandi style hearts. Wonderful winter warmers.

    Decking the Airbnbs for Christmas with Dekoria

    It’s been a brilliant first year for us with our two Airbnbs, but it’s quietened down over the last month. Visitors to the Peak District do drop off in the Winter – our stunning views out to Dovedale have been hidden in thick fog all day today, it can be cold and damp.

    Although, the sun burning through the fog and the rolling mist in the valley around our hill top house is like nothing I have seen before. It feels as if the trees are floating on a lake of mist. My son is very used to be pulling over in lay-bys as we drive across the moor to school, to take photos, both of us utterly fascinated by the dramatic scenes.

    Decking the Airbnbs for Christmas with Dekoria

    It’s well worth visiting in Winter, but those who do visit the Peaks in Winter are also looking for a big dose of hygge in their accommodation.

    The barn has comfy sofas and a log burner, a bedroom in a hayloft which is so cosy. The caravan is also really toasty, it has central heating, lots of cushions and throws and warm lighting, but it is still a caravan, so often only glampers and caravan lovers get that there is nothing better than the sound of rain on a caravan roof, or snuggling up inside a cosy ‘van when it’s freezing outside.

    I also took the caravan photos in July, in a heatwave, so it can be hard for potential Winter visitors to suspend their disbelief and imagine it in Winter.

    So I was really keen to get the Christmas decorations up early, create some hygge, and get some lovely photos up on Airbnb, so guests can see what it’s like in Winter too.

    Decking the Airbnbs for Christmas with Dekoria

    For the barn I chose tartan – a red tartan runner, topped with a bowl of orange scented pine cones, really creates a festive mood. Then I added two red tartan cushion covers to the grey sofa. It gave it all an instant Christmas boost, alongside the tree of course.

    I would have loved a real tree, but it’s just not very practical in this setting, but I was pleased to discover how realistic artificial trees can look and really enjoyed decorating. I went for red and white to match the tartan, but also animal and nature themed decorations to match the barn’s surroundings.

    Decking the Airbnbs for Christmas with Dekoria

    Decking the Airbnbs for Christmas with Dekoria

    For the caravan I knew it had to be the gorgeous heart pattern, the festive runner makes a great base for the tiny tree and the red cushions add a festive pop of colour to the pile of cushions.

    Decking the Airbnbs for Christmas with Dekoria

    Decking the Airbnbs for Christmas with Dekoria

    I was really impressed with the quality of the runners and cushion covers at Dekoria. The items are made to measure so expect neatly sown, high quality fabrics, I also loved the strong colours.

    I love how much impact festive textiles made alongside conventional Christmas decoration and that they make such a difference yet can be packed away into next to nothing after the festivities – although I’m thinking they look perfect whatever the season now so they may well be permanent fixtures. Orders take 5 working days, as they are made to order, so order quickly in time for Christmas Day!

    Mayfield Hideaway Caravan is listed on Airbnb and available to book all year round, alongside Mayfield Hideaway Barn which also sleeps 2-4. They are 4 miles from picturesque Dovedale with its famous stepping stones and 10 miles from Alton Towers theme park.

    *Post created in collaboration with Dekoria who gifted the items mentioned in this post, words and opinions remain my own.

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    Easy ways to update your kitchen on a budget

    easy ways to update your kitchen on a budget

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    Have a good clearout

    Kitchens receive a lot of use, not just from cooking, but from being the daily place to gather and often to dump things. Empty cupboards of old food, clear surfaces of things you don’t use or things that have accumulated and scrub surfaces clean. Deep cleaning can make a real difference, and once you have cleared the space it feels much easier to contemplate a quick paint refresh or to see what else could make the biggest difference on a budget.

    Over the summer our kitchen felt absolutely trashed – it’s where everything happens, from food, to family catch ups. It’s the dogs favourite place to snooze and its where we fold and sort washing. The room off the kitchen is where all our Airbnb linen and equipment is stored.

    I do get sick of the sight of our kitchen, but when we came back from holiday to find our house sitter had cleaned the entire kitchen, tidied every surface and lit candles, we immediately fell back in love with the room.

    Upcycle with Furniture Paint

    I went on a fantastic furniture painting course this week which immediately filled me with ideas for furniture to give a new lease of life to. One of the other participants was planning to update her kitchen by painting it, something I did in our last house. We gave the cream doors an update with Farrow and Ball’s Green Grey and it really made a difference when it came to enjoying the units for a few years more, and selling the house.

    Replace cupboards with junk shop finds

    Like the picture above you can create a really gorgeous look by replacing modern kitchen cabinets with dresser units or plate racks. These items are in demand so be prepared to put some time into scouring for them – try facebook market place, car boots and furniture recycling shops. They quickly add character to a kitchen and make it look much more expensive than it is. We did this in our Airbnb caravan and it’s a lovely look. Open shelves are another solution if you tend to move and use the items on them daily, otherwise they just become dust magnets!

    Change the knobs

    Sometimes the little things can make a big difference, I have a gorgeous cupboard which I changed completely by repainting and then adding globe door knobs. There are so many kitchen knobs to choose from and they can really change the style of more simple units.

    Paint the tiles or walls

    Tiles dates quickly and brightly coloured styles can become hard to live with. You can paint tiles though with specialist paint. Walls quickly became stained in a kitchen so be prepared to repaint more often, go for paint designed for kitchens that is wipeable.

    Replace the flooring

    Quality flooring can make even the cheapest furniture look impressive. If the flooring is tired, hard to keep clean or looks dated maybe you could just refresh that.

    Invest in a new kitchen, on the cheap

    If you have a small kitchen or a very old kitchen, or like our first kitchen, a layout that just doesn’t pull off that all important food prep triangle – then maybe it’s time to go back to the drawing board. Cheap kitchens are out there, but it helps to have some expert input before you start shopping.

    When we designed our kitchens for our Airbnb barn and caravan I planned them in the space with the joiner who was actually going to install them. We worked out a plan for what was needed and then broke it down into a list of parts. Keeping the design really simple kept the cost down and once we had made a plan I wasn’t tempted to add features I didn’t really need. Once I understood how it was going to work, I felt confident to shop around to find the best deals, and even buy off the shelf or online, rather than being at the mercy of kitchen planners.

    Look beyond the obvious high street choices,  Kitchen Warehouse UK have an extensive range of kitchens for sale and claim to have the best and the cheapest kitchen units and cabinets on the UK market.

    Another top tip would to be to opt for the simplest doors possible, it makes repaint and refurnishing updates so much easier, and it keeps the cost down.

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    Vintage Caravan Restoration – From 1961 Bluebird Senator to Scandi Peak District Airbnb

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    Here’s how and why the Alexander family took this long forgotten 1961 Bluebird Senator caravan and converted it to an open plan, calming, nature-inspired Scandi style Peak District Airbnb retreat.

    The story

    In May 2017 we moved into two old farm cottages, joined together on a hill top overlooking stunning views of the Peak District, close to Ashbourne. Me, my husband, two children, two dogs and now two holiday properties which we list on Airbnb, a barn and a caravan. After renovating the barn at the end of 2017 and into 2018, we put it on Airbnb in February, the bookings and five star reviews came in quickly, so we started work on the caravan.

    It was a 1961 Bluebird Senator, which most people said needed ripping down. But we couldn’t help but feel there was potential there, and that recycling was both more responsible and creative.

    The Renovation

    We debated keeping the caravan’s existing interior and going down the vintage restoration route. But on closer inspection with our joiner we decided we needed to rip back to check for damp and that the only real way we could make the interior cladding look good again was to replace it. This meant we had to lose the interior inbuilt furniture completely.

    Remarkably the caravan structure was completely damp and rot free. They don’t build them like they used to! However, some of the furniture was tired and rotten and it would have been very hard to replace.

    Ripping out the old interior was a great opportunity to replace the old insulation with new, we then reclad with plywood and painted. We then had an amazing blank canvas to work from.

    A large tree had to be removed as it was hanging over the caravan, we brought tree surgeons in for advice.


    Getting the flooring right was a top priority. We wanted something robust enough to cope with muddy Peak District walking boots, doggy visitors, who we welcome too, but also stylish, warm and nature inspired and super easy to clean.

    We chose Harvey Maria after using their Church Pine premium wood style vinyl planks in a home office restoration.

    We used a mix of Sussex Oak planks to create a warm looking, but easy to clean space, and coloured and patterned tiles to create kitchen and bathroom zones within the space. We decided to go more open plan than an average caravan, we didn’t want to spoil the incredible views of the Peak District with lots of doors and we wanted to create a fluid and easy glamping experience for our guests.

    The planks are incredibly robust, more so than wood, and are so easy to clean. They are tough and very hard to dent, unlike wood, they also won’t need to be sanded down over time, so perfect for an Airbnb property with lots of guests and changeovers.

    But they look just like wood, incredibly so!

    The kitchen uses Dee Hardwicke squares, Harvey Maria have a lovely range of colours for each design, so we went for Pear Tree Green to match the setting outdoors.

    The bathroom uses Little Bricks in Apple Green within the Sussex Oak frame used throughout the rest of the caravan. We wanted the bathroom to be comfortable and bigger than your average static caravan bathroom. Ripping the entire interior out to reclad and board the walls, which were dry and rot free, but poorly insulated, meant we were also free to redesign the room proportions and create a larger and warmer bathroom space. The bathroom tiles help to add to this feeling of space.

    Let the outside in

    Making the most of nature outside was a big priority and caravan windows have always made the most of views. The caravan was already sited perfectly to admire the sun rising and setting across Dovedale. Our joiner designed the biggest window possible to replace the damaged and rotting three frame window. So many people have commented it looks like a painting.


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    Heating and Plumbing

    We decided to install central heating, to fire up the hot water for the power shower and the radiator. An additional panel heater can give a blast of hot air in the kitchen and bathroom and also blow cool air when the heating is off. It was important to make it toasty. Luckily the caravan was already plumbed, so there is a proper flushing toilet, full sized basin and generous shower cubicle for a caravan.


    Our joiner designed the beds, a double and two couches that convert to beds for children at night. He fitted a small kitchen, made tongue and groove doors and repurposed second hand pine units to make a run of storage.

    We sanded and painted Norwegian Rosemaling designs on an old drop leaf table and reupholstered a bar stool.

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    Peak District Holiday Rental, unique space, vintage caravan, airbnb, cool places to stay in the uk

    Final Touches

    We shopped local for the finishing touches buying the pieces in a local artist and makers’ gallery in Ashbourne. Much of the nick nacks, crockery and the wooden games were found at Alstonefield car boot sale, a beautiful local village with a lovely community feel.

    Carboot games

    We used old drawers we found in a shed and an old wine crate to make shelves. Ikea provided cheap and cheerful soft furnishings which finish off the Scandi style.


    While at Camp Bestival we made a dream catcher and salvaged what we think is the caravan’s original number plate to form the letters WOW on the wall.

    We also asked my husband’s Mother to paint Norwegian Rosemaling designs on the door and table – inspired by designs sent over by her brother’s wife who lives there – to bring an authentic burst of Scandinavian style.

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    We explored lots of options and themes but eventually found the perfect colours after laying the floor. The Dee Hardwicke Green tiles with a cream background seemed to work so well inside we carried the colours onto the outside too.

    Mayfield Hideaway Caravan is listed on Airbnb and available to book all year round, alongside Mayfield Hideaway Barn which also sleeps 2-4. It is 4 miles from picturesque Dovedale with its famous stepping stones and 10 miles from Alton Towers theme park.


    6 Ways To Create The Perfect Guest Room

    Are you lucky enough to have a spare room, or perhaps your children have grown up and flown the nest leaving a bedroom behind. While this is a sad as a parent, it’s a wonderful thing for home possibilities. The problem is that most people initially use the spare bedroom as a space for storage. Let’s be honest: a storage space is little more than a dumping ground for things that you can’t decide on. So, you need to start thinking of this new bedroom being the guest room that you always dreamed that your home could have. With that in mind, here are some tips to make it a space that you can feel proud of:

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    Choose A Great Mattress. The current bed in there from the previous teen resident is old, lumpy and in dire need of an upgrade. Before you go for your new purchase, check out to make sure that you are making the right choice. It should be sturdy, comfortable and easy to clean when the time comes.

    Choose Great Bedding. You’ve seen the hotels, with their piles of pillows, a thick duvet and a light comforter across the top. Imitation is the greatest form of flattery, right? So, copy what you know you love, then add a few funky throw pillows, you know, for the personal touch.

    Give Them Space. Always have a guest room that has space for a suitcase to be stored and opened. You can add coat hangers to the closet and make sure that there is a hook on the back of the door for coats and any robes. Guests love space to spread out so try to give them that.

    Bathroom Goodies. A basket in the guest room full of toiletries is going to be something that people will love you for. Even your friends and family will feel awkward about asking to use your toiletries if they forget any of theirs, so you can save them the embarrassment by providing them with a gorgeous basket of bathroom goodies for their stay.

    Little Touches. The scented candles, the fan of appropriate magazines and the vase of beautifully cut fresh flowers are the little touches that can make a guest room a prime spot to be enjoyed. Hang some beautiful artwork and fluff the rug at the foot of the bed. It’s these little things that make a stay relaxing, so think outside the box.

    Do More. If you really want to make an impression, a bathrobe and slippers wouldn’t go amiss! A freshly laundered old robe will do, you don’t have to buy new.

    Guests may come and go now your kids are grown and they are sure to be visitors themselves, so keeping the space beautiful is going to be key. Get creative and add a touch of brilliance to your home.

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    5 ways plants make us happier

    5 ways plants make us happier

    I’m a little bit obsessed with the science of happiness right now as I am deep in final edits of Create Your Own Happy, the book I have written with Becky Goddard Hill. We found out so much about what makes people happy and all the activities we have outlined for children aged 7-11 are backed up and explained by science or research.

    I spend a lot of time in and around nature, especially since we moved to the country and I do think its made a big difference. A quick burst of weeding, or deadheading roses or some pottering in the greenhouse can be the perfect break from working at home. Browsing through Two Wests or Grandad’s old plant encyclopaedia for ideas can be so relaxing and inspiring.  It struck me though, the other day, after visiting my Dad who is a wonderful gardener, how I have spent so much time outdoors in nature and totally ignored houseplants. Continue reading


    Conservatory – What Will You Do With Yours?


    Some design elements add so much more than just value to your home; the bring space to relax, an area to come to together and eat, space to entertain, something to look at, and a place of calm. One of those places, in particular, is a conservatory. There are a few reasons you should check out something like renaissance conservatories, and start planning all the ways you will use yours.

    This one might go without saying, but they add a lot of space. You can use them to extend living rooms and kitchens, or have them as a stand-alone room.

    Where once upon a time they were used just to be able to grow and take care of tropic plants, now they are multi-purpose. You can turn it into a luxury dining area, or turn it into a yoga and mindfulness space. You can even fix it up to be your home office. A conservatory slims the distance between you and the great outdoors. Sometimes when you work from home, you would rather sit in the garden and breathe in some fresh air – unfortunately, we don’t all have the ease of a laptop and sitting behind a desktop peering out the window is as good as it gets. Turning a conservatory space allows you to be surrounded by green any time.

    It is perfect for pluviophiles.

    If you are a fan of entertaining, a conservatory can make the perfect space. If you spend a little on high-quality furniture, add some plants, mood lighting and make it a calm and welcoming space, it is ideal for long evenings with great company.

    The perfect playroom? When the weather is less than ideal, it can be great for kids to be still surrounded by their garden without being able to go in there. Fit some soft flooring mats; perhaps you might even like the sound reducing floor, pop in a bookshelf, and their favourite toys and let them enjoy the space. Another great thing about making this the playroom, is that you move the toys out of the living room, and bedrooms.

    If you don’t want to give up such a great space to just the kids, then consider using it as a family room. Add in some comfortable seating, a TV, DVD player, board games and make an effort to all spend time doing things together in there at least twice a week.

    Perhaps you have always dreamed of a place in the home just for yourself. Not as an office, not as something to be shared with the family, but a space where you can be you.  Reading, relaxing, indulge in your hobbies, learn new skills or just simply ‘be’ for a little while then there is probably nothing as perfect as kicking back on a soft sofa, putting your feet up after a long day and being able to see the stars while still being inside the home.

    Aside from all of that, if you do decide to sell your home in the future, home buyers love a conservatory and often it can be a selling point by itself.

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    How to Prepare for Bringing Your New Dog Home

    Before you bring your new dog home, whether it’s a puppy or a rescue dog, there are certain steps you need to take to ensure you and your home are fully prepared. Welcoming a new dog into your home comes with a high level of responsibility and if you don’t prepare properly, you’ll find yourself struggling to keep up with the demands that your new dog will have. Having a dog in the home is truly amazing and you want to make sure they feel just as at home as you do! 

    Preparations for Your Dog

    It’s important to make sure you have everything you could possibly need to ensure your dog is happy, healthy and feels at home. Whilst the obvious essential items such as food and water bowls, a comfortable bed, a selection of dog toys and a lead are extremely important, it’s just as important to have the right dog shampoo, towels and grooming products to keep your dog in their best condition. By preparing for your pup’s arrival, you are able to make sure that they’re settled and happy, with everything to hand as and when you may need it! 

    Preparations for Your Home

    Making the right preparations for your home is just as important as putting the dog preparations in place, especially when this is your first time having a pet. From padding out the skirting boards to adding a gate to your garden, it’s important to check every area of your home to ensure it’s ready for your new friend. Start by taking all of your interiors into consideration, as you want to feel comfortable knowing that your dog is safe to wander around the house with no risk. Introducing baby gates to the stairs is a really good first step, as you don’t necessarily want your dog going upstairs without your permission. When it comes to oak furniture pieces, you need to ensure that you have any exposed legs or table corners covered with some padding, as it’s inevitable that those needle-like teeth will take an interest at one point! 

    You then need to focus on ensuring your garden is ready and prepared for a dog. One of the main benefits to having a garden when you have a dog is that they have the freedom to enjoy the fresh air and outdoors, without you having to worry about them running off. It can be difficult to take your dog out multiple times a day and letting them in the garden can be really beneficial for their health and mood too. There are a few obvious precautions you should always take before introducing your dog to the garden, which includes putting up secure fencing to prevent anyone from wandering off, removing all plants or flowers that could be potentially poisonous to dogs and also making sure there are plenty of toys for them to play with, as this can help to prevent them from digging up your lawn or flowerbeds.

    Your Dogs Health & Safety

    From the moment your dog enters your home, it’s your responsibility to provide them with the care and love they require for a happy, healthy life. You need to ensure you have the necessary equipment for them, including a dog collar and lead. It is now a legal requirement for your dog’s tag to have your name and address attached, so it’s essential you have one of these ready for their arrival! You should also ensure you’ve chosen the vet that you wish to register your dog too, as well as finding a groomer for them to receive their frequent nail clipping and coat cut. 

    Once your home is ready and prepared for your pup to arrive, you can look forward to making many memories with them and having a wonderful life together! 

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    Create The Perfect Chillout Room For Your Teens

    Create The Perfect Chillout Room For Your Teens

    In just a few years our little angels can turn to stroppy teenagers. Although we love them just the same, there are some parenting challenges to overcome during these years. Any parent of teens will tell you that life isn’t always easy, however there are things we can do to make their lives (and ours!) that bit more pleasant. One idea is to create a teenage chillout area in the home, a place where they can relax, do homework, spend time with friends and generally enjoy the angsty years. If they only have a small bedroom then having space to do all of this is tricky, but you do have options. Continue reading


    Hidden Costs To Consider Before Buying A House And Moving

    There are few things in life more exciting than buying a first home, our first place together was an Edwardian flat in Streatham. Unfortunately, there are also fewer things more stressful and expensive than house buying, as I know all too well from the last year of selling our second house, a Victorian semi in Nottingham we moved into when L was a baby. And buying our third, a country cottage overlooking the Peak District. I wouldn’t change a thing though, I’m so glad we moved. Continue reading


    7 Actions For a Luxurious, Modern Home

    7 Actions For a Luxurious, Modern Home

    When it comes to decorating your home, are you stuck in the past, (like me) or looking to the future, with all the luxury and comfort that modern homes provide? I’ve surprised myself recently, our new home, a country cottage, is older than anything I have lived in before, but it’s extension feels very modern and for the first time I’ve been more drawn to some more modern pieces of furniture. 

    Here are some ways to gently dip your toe into modernism, you never know where it might take you! Continue reading

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    3 Areas To Invest In Before Your First AirBnB Let

    3 Areas To Invest In Before Your First AirBnB Let

    When you let part of or all of a property on AirBnB, you’re in for an interesting time. Letting parts of our property on AirBnB has been financially rewarding and allowed us to meet some wonderful new people. Sharing our little corner of the Peak District has brought a lot of joy and making people’s holidays is a gift I love.

    It can also be challenging and exhausting. Things break and go wrong, there were so many decisions to make as we restored the barn and the caravan. Nevertheless, AirBnB hosts opening their homes or guest cottages to visitors is incredibly common nowadays, and there’s no reason you can’t enjoy the AirBnB experience. Continue reading