How does TravelNest work?

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We are a marketing and advertising solution for holiday lets. We work with individual owners and holiday let businesses to help them create great listings which we distribute across the world’s best-known travel sites including Airbnb, Booking.com, Expedia, HomeAway, TripAdvisor and TUI.

From luxury villas to serviced apartments, holiday lodge parks and wigwams, our aim is to increase your property’s visibility to more guests, boost occupancy and increase your revenue as a result.

How it works

  • Once you have registered with us and set up your TravelNest account, you can add your holiday let information to your account.
  • In your account, you’ll add key information about your property which we use to build your listings across your chosen booking websites. You’ll include details such as your property’s title, description, key amenities, pricing, and availability, as well as uploading 24+ high-quality photos of your property. To help you create a great listing for your holiday let, you’ll have access to our suite of customer help guides, which have been developed by our expert team.
  • Next, you choose which channels you’d like your property to appear on. We work with a number of leading booking websites including Airbnb, Booking.com, Expedia, HomeAway, TripAdvisor and TUI.
  • We can offer you access to around 30 booking websites, these include our primary channels and all their subsidiary sites too.
  • Once all the relevant information about your holiday let has been added to your account and your profile is complete, your account will be verified by our team.
  • As soon as your holiday let is verified by out team, we start building listings for your chosen websites, and distributing them to each booking site.
  • Before we can activate your listings, you’ll be asked to accept our terms and conditions.
  • We aim to have your listings live as soon as possible. We have direct connections with most of the booking platforms we work so this can be as quick as a few days, however, some may take a little longer (usually no more than two weeks).
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