What holidaymakers should look for when choosing a holiday home

There are a few things to keep in mind when choosing a vacation home that is right for you, your family, or your sports or business team. Before settling on the lowest price or most glamorous home, think about what you expect to provide your vacation home. Here are some tips to help you make the choice.
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Location, location

As with all real estate, even though you are not buying the property, location is key. The vacation home you are considering should be close to the place, attraction or resort where you plan to spend most of your time. It should be within walking distance of local shops and restaurants. Public / private transport – buses, shuttles, taxis – must be easily accessible. Finally, also consider all negative location factors, such as excessive traffic noise, construction activity nearby, or proximity to unpleasant odors (too close to a fishing or industrial / chemical area).
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Size and floor

When evaluating a particular vacation home, make sure there are enough bedrooms and bathrooms to accommodate your family, sports team or sales team. Families with younger children or children of the same sex can be doubled in one bedroom. Everyone else (adults) will want their own bedroom. There should be enough bathrooms (with showers) for everyone too. You should also consider the importance of a large meeting room and a large dining room with a dinner table large enough to accommodate everyone in your family or group.
Large, fully equipped kitchen

One of the main advantages of the holiday home is the convenience and economy of cooking and eating at home. For this you will need a fully equipped and well-equipped kitchen. It should have a dishwasher, double oven with microwave, toaster / toaster oven, coffee maker, kettle and a full set of cutlery, flat utensils, cups, pots, pans and just about everything else you will find in a large kitchen.
Clean, stylish and comfortable

Home furniture should be clean and look quite stylish. There should be a lot of relaxing upholstered furniture – sofas, chairs, sections – that look relatively new and clean. Counters, bathtubs, showers and floors must be clean and free of dust. Bed linen and towels must be spotless and fresh. And there should be no unpleasant odors (cooking or otherwise) in any room. In warmer places, check the AC unit and make sure it cools the home fairly quickly without much noise or dust. The same goes for colder places – turn on the heat and make sure it heats up the whole house quickly.

Entertainment / Connectivity

There should be at least one TV and a large-screen DVD player in the main living area. TVs in the bedrooms are optional. Make sure the home is wired for internet access and cable. As for phones, landlines are not needed, as most people now have cell phones.

Closet / storage space

There should be enough storage space for your belongings, including large wardrobes and chests of drawers in each bedroom. Bedside tables and lamps should be in every bedroom for reading before bed. If the home has an attached garage, make sure there is storage space for any overflowing luggage and other items.

External amenities

In warmer places it is always nice to have a pool and spa to relax. The pool / spa should be clean, well lit and heated for evening use. Barbecue with tables and chairs is also nice to have. Ask the owner to provide a full tank of propane if you are planning a lot of barbecues. In colder places it is good to have external propane heaters with internal propane.