Types of Accommodation

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TYPES OF ACCOMMODATION
When you want go for a holiday the first stage in deciding where to stay and which of the accommodation would you like to choose is very important. You should find the place which best suits your needs, depends on your budget, your age, if you are travelling by yourself, with a group of friends, if you are taking your children on a family holiday, how old they are and if you just want to lie on the beach and relax or if you want a bit more of an action packed trip.  There are also other things you need to take into account when choosing your accommodation. Do you want to stay in one place for the duration of your trip? Do you want to spend your time on the mainland or venture out to an Island? What type of accommodation do you require a traditional Beach or more a hotel appointed room? Are you going on holiday to play golf, tennis, for deep sea fishing or to go diving? These things all effect your final decision when choosing accommodation. Travel Agencies provide a wide variety of accommodation from fun, friendly backpackers for the younger travellers to large resorts with beautiful Day Spa’s and plenty of restaurants & bars for newlyweds. Some resorts have more of a family flavour, with kids clubs, hair braiding, evening shows and plenty of daily activities to keep your children entertained. If you want to get away from the Resort prices and want to be self sufficient, there are a number of private houses which are available for rent. Accommodation to suit every budget and every taste we just need to find the best for us. Bed & Breakfast

* A Bed and Breakfast (B&B) is a private home in which guests can be accommodated at night in private bedrooms (which may or may not have private bathrooms). * The owner or manager lives in the house or on the property. The public areas of the house, such as kitchen and lounge have either limited access for guests, or are shared with the host family to some degree. * The...
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