by Pass The Keys | Company News | 12 Dec 2016
Big news, Pass The Keys has expanded its horizons! We started with Airbnb Management in London but now our full management service for your short let property is available in three more great, beautiful and also welll visited cities. We now operate in Edinburgh, Manchester and Dublin, in addition to London. In each location we can provide our full host management service to, give you a hassle-free experience, give guests a great experience and ensure your property is achieving its potential. You choose the dates, pass the keys and we do the rest.
“Edinburgh is what Paris ought to be” said writer Robert Louis Stevenson.
The capital city of Scotland perched on a series of rocky crags and extinct volcanoes and dominated by the Edinburgh Castle (pictured above) offers a breathtaking skyline. Edinburgh’s city centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site: its ancient buildings deliver a mystical and unique atmosphere that truly characterises the city that inspired J.K Rowling to give life to our favourite witches and wizards.
In Summer don’t miss out on the opportunity to visit during The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the largest arts festival worldwide, nor to experience the beautiful hike up to the top of Arthur’s Seat, the perfect spot to admire the view.
Named one of Lonely Planet’s top 10 travel destinations in 2016, Manchester is one of the most vibrant cities in the UK.
Indeed, in 2015 the city has seen the opening of HOME, a centre for contemporary art, theatre and film as well as the reopening of The Whitworth art gallery. Birthplace of two of the best football teams around the world, Manchester City and Manchester United, the city attracts thousands of tourists every year establishing itself as one of hottest sport destinations on a global scale.
Few other cities can also boast Manchester’s musical tradition and pedigree, as the birthplace of popular worldwide bands such as The Joy Division, The Smiths, The Oasis etc.
But it is in Winter that Manchester shows its worth: its award winning Christmas market brings magical vibes to the city until December 21!
Dublin’s stunning waterfront and Samuell Beckett Bridge in the evening
The capital of Ireland is the city setting of James Joyce’s Ulysses, a modernist novel that chronicles the peripatetic vicissitudes of Leopold Bloom in Dublin on the 16th of June 1904.
Arguably one of the most iconic attractions of the city, the Guinness Storehouse brewery experience tells the tale of Ireland’s most famous drink: at the end of the tour guests can enjoy their pints on the rooftop of the spectacular Gravity Bar.
Thinking of planning a long weekend in Dublin? Next year St Patrick’s Day falls on the 17th of March, just before Spring Equinox and there’s no better time to experience Dublin!
We’re excited to now be offering Airbnb Management in Edinburgh, Airbnb Management in Manchester and Airbnb Management in Dublin. Please enquire online or call us on 020 8050 2818 if you’d like to discuss our host management services.
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