Short Stay Homes have launched a new digital media campaign utilising state of the art digital billboards throughout London. Starting on the famous Brompton road drivers can now see our advertisements for this website site and our sister website Midweek Breaks throughout November.
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Guests staying with us between now and the end of March 2018 can now enjoy a delightful day staying at our winter beach hut on Bournemouth Beach promenade. Set within 100 meters of Bournemouth Pier with plenty of activity always going on including restaurants and bars. Guests can choose 1 day in which to stay at no cost and use the hut to simply relax and watch the world go by. For further information please get in touch by email or give us a call.
Terms and conditions apply.
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Short Stay Home guests can shortly enjoy an autumnal day out at our new Bournemouth beach hut. Ideally positioned close to Bournemouth Pier, our guests can now sit and enjoy a hot chocolate (kettle and essentials will be supplied!) and watch the world go by on the promenade of Bournemouth Beach during October & March. With amazing winter sunsets, a good book, no crowds, come and enjoy a relaxing day at the seaside on us! If you have dogs (and being a dog-friendly holiday home company) bring your pets to enjoy miles of sandy beaches during this winter period.
Available for 1 day per property booking from now until the end of March. No overnight stay is permitted.
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The Bramshaw junior golf team sponsored by Short Stay Homes have only gone and won the National final of the Junior inter-club competition in Clitheroe and will now be representing England in Portugal in March 2018!
Despite quite appalling conditions as Storm Brian blew through Clitheroe, 6 finalists teams from all over England just about managed to play 9 holes and Bramshaw won through on count back. Congratulations from your very proud sponsors and a big thank you to the Junior Organiser, Nev James.
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Always looking to offer our guests something extra to keep to our 5-star offering we are pleased to announce from September 2018 through to March 2019 anybody booking one of our holiday homes can also book our beach hut exclusively for themselves. Positioned in one of the country’s most exclusive areas, Sandbanks, in Poole, Dorset. This blue flag winning beach has stunning views of Old Harry Rocks and the Purbeck coastline. Sandbanks not only has a beautiful beach but award-winning restaurants including celebrity chef Rick Stein who has recently opened up in the area. The beach has something for all ages including a comprehensive crazy golf course, table tennis tables, volleyball nets etc, and an all-day cafe. Autumnal days can be revitalising when spent watching the world go by sat outside our beach hut, great for large family get-togethers to celebrate with a barbeque outside our hut. Guests looking to explore this area further can take the Sandbanks chain ferry across to the Purbecks and onto the Jurassic coastline. The famous Corfe Castle in Corfe is a short drive and guests can enjoy some spectacular scenery & views on the way. Or simply marvel at the multi-million-pound properties lining this exclusive peninsular via an open top bus tour.
When staying with Short Stay Homes in 2018 make a date to spend a day at this world fabulous location by booking your stay with us now.
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Short Stay Homes sponsor local teams and events, one team, the Fordingbridge Turks has been sponsored by us for the past 6 years. During this time we have seen the team go from strength to strength culminating in the team now top of their division for the Under 15’s Division 2. Keep at it Turks, great effort!!
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Short Stay Homes sponsor the Bramshaw junior golf team and this past weekend provided an amazing performance winning the South West final of the Junior Team Golf, Home Nations inter-club competition. They now move on to the National final at Clitheroe GC in Lancashire to be played on the 22nd October and televised on Sky. The two winning teams from the five finalists will then represent England in Spain.
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IT’S one of the most congested towns in the UK but Bournemouth has been named as the greenest place for driving.
The town came out on top in a new study which revealed it is one of the least polluted in the UK and has some of the best amenities for electric car drivers.
The study, carried out by Kenway Miller solicitors, found that Bournemouth consistently did well in a number of areas to pip the likes of Brighton, Newcastle, and Edinburgh to be the UK’s most eco-friendly place to drive.
Bournemouth, along with Brighton, has more electric charging points per person than any other town or city and falls just behind Newcastle and Edinburgh when it comes to air pollution.
Taking into account air pollution, the percentage of deaths attributed to air pollution, traffic, congestion, and electric charging outlets, Bournemouth’s only stumbling block is congestion, finishing outside the top eight of towns and cities researched.
Birmingham was the location of the least eco-friendly drivers, despite being the least congested city. The West Midlands city contains just one electric charging location per 8,800 people and is only behind London when it comes to air pollution.
Matthew Miller, Director of Kenway Miller Solicitors said: “While getting around in our cars is a necessity for most of us, it seems every town and city could be doing more to reduce its carbon footprint.”
London was also among the least eco-friendly cities, with almost eight percent of deaths each year being attributed to air pollution. Despite this, the capital has the least amount of vehicles on the road per person, with one car for every four people.
“A whopping eight percent of deaths can be attributed to air pollution in our capital, and while vehicles don’t contribute wholly to that, we can look at making things such as electric cars more accessible” added Mr Miller.
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