Rachel Morgan & Ashley Fitchett

Cottages.com & Hoseasons

Why Diversify? Making the right choices when changing business strategy into holiday lettings

About Rachel Morgan & Ashley Fitchett

Rachel Morgan
Rachel works as an Area Manager recruiting new properties for cottages.com – The UK’s most popular holiday cottage agency.

As a veteran of the show, Rachel has helped many farmers and landowners over the years to realise their holiday letting ambitions. Plus, as cottages.com work with the CLA and NFU, Rachel understands and appreciates the key financial and climatic uncertainties that farmers and landowners face in 2018.

Real job satisfaction for Rachel comes from helping farmers and landowners evaluate the possibility of diversification into holiday letting, then helping them put their plans into place. She also likes making sure that property owners enjoy the holiday letting experience itself, as well as the financial rewards it brings.

Ashley Fitchett
Ashley is an experienced Business Development Manager for Hoseasons, who consults on park developments from green-field sites to expansion and redevelopment plans of established businesses. The beauty of the lodge, holiday home and glamping market is that the accommodation can be dropped in almost anywhere allowing you to plan a development around your landscape, free from restrictions and with the holidaymaker in mind.

Ashley is passionate about the business and his experience and industry connections leave him well placed to advise on anything and everything you want to know about entering the rental market.

The UK’s No 1 for holiday lettings will help you make the right choices when diversifying your business. Helpful insight and advice to maximise revenue from day one and develop meaningful long-term partnerships.

With a proven track record of success, full business development support and access to an unparalleled customer database, choosing the right partner to launch and develop your business has never been more important.

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