Why Self-Catering Is the Only Way
Date: 26th Jun 2018
Self-catering is becoming increasingly popular choice for holidaymakers the world over and not without good reason. Our self-catering accommodation in Ireland plays the perfect host for those looking to relax and recharge, or even those wanting to dive into the huge range of activities on offer in and around Carlingford. Here’s Carlingford Accommodation’s top 5 reasons that you should choose self-catering accommodation on your next trip.
One of the huge advantages of going self-catering is the freedom it offers. With no strict meal times to adhere to, you can go at your own pace and assert control over your own itinerary, which means no unnecessary rushing around. What’s more you can abandon timings completely if that’s what suits you, breakfast at 2pm? Not a problem with self-catering.
Self-catering properties provide a more spacious alternative to hotel rooms and are ideal if you’re travelling in large groups. You won’t be tripping over each other’s belongings and with the large communal areas on offer, you can look forward to spending quality time together and socialising in a space that is both child and pet friendly.
Holidays that feature self-catering accommodation are generally a lot more economic than all-inclusive ones. Often the price of renting hotel rooms big enough to fit a family, come in at a much higher rate, without offering the freedom, space and amenities of self-catering. Fully fitted with ovens, hobs and cooking equipment, you can reduce your eating out costs by catering at home. Or you may have saved so much by not staying in a hotel, that you can afford even more meals out!
- A Home Away from Home
Self-catering accommodation often features the touches of home that many of us miss when we’re away. Whether an open fire, garden to run around in or high chairs for children, the complex needs of a family are easily addressed in self-catering accommodation.
If we’ve convinced you then take a look at our huge range of self-catering accommodation in Ireland on our website.Back to latest news