Over the last few months, more and more people have asked us about their options for using a garden room building as a holiday let. These questions come from people looking to buy two or three buildings to turn into a luxury glamping experience or pubs looking to offer letting rooms. Several homeowners have also contacted us with regards to creating a guest room or self-contained annexe that can be used by both visiting family and friends or paying guests.
The team over at eDEN Garden Rooms have also had lots of enquiries in this field and have put together a handy guide looking at your options. We highly recommend taking a look at this article if you are thinking about building a garden room that you can use as a holiday let.
eDEN Garden Rooms article looks at some key points that you will need to consider when creating a holiday let in the garden
- Planning Permission implications
- Creating a Building Regulation garden room
- Using a third party such as Airbnb to market you holiday let
- Tax-free allowances available
Not every garden room sold in the UK is suitable for holiday lets. The building needs to be fully Building Control compliant, not all garden rooms are, so you need to work with a garden room designer who knows how the design & specification need to be changed to comply with Building Regulations.
eDEN Garden Rooms are experienced garden room designers and will work closely with you to create a unique building suitable as a holiday let. Talk your ideas through with the eDEN team on 0800 0935 339 or take a look at their holiday let guide.