Accommodation types (Self-catering (meals are not provided) (Holiday…
(meals are not provided)
Temporary house renting is an ideal solution for families, groups and reunions. Bungalows, cottages and villas are some typical holiday homes.
Hostels, or "youth hostels", provide budget oriented, sociable accommodation at low prices.They are particularly suitable for young people.
Caravan, camping and motor home parks
Theyare usually situated in areas of great natural beauty.
Monasteries, convents and religious boarding houses offer accommodation at reasonable prices. Some of them include breakfast, but not meals, others provide meals on request.
(meals are provided)
Offers informal accommodation with limited serviced and moderate prices.
They provide accommodation as an additional income to the basic function of farming.
Bed and Breakfast
is a small lodging establishment that offers overnight accommodation and breakfast.
Inns (the UK)
are pubs with rooms which serve breakfast and dinner.
offer three to eight rooms, often en-suite. They offer dinner to their guests.
Offer formal accommodation with services and facilities.
They are often part of a large "brandet" hotel group offering basic facilities at moderate prices.
they are locaded in holiday destinations. They offer a wide variety of facilities.
Country house hoteles
They have ample gardens, in a rural or semi-rural location.
They are all-inclusive resort hotels thet provide a list of services, facilities and activities in one single package.
City and town hotels
They are usually located close to city centres, tourist attractions, financial districts. They accommodate tourist and business people for short periods.
They offer large meeting rooms and facilities for special events.
They are hotels with large car parks, They are usually located close motorway junctions and cater for people travelling by car.
They are small hotels characterised by extrimely elegant and sophisticated interior design.