If you are looking to buy a holiday property in the Cotswolds, you might be wondering how to get...
Naming your Cotswold holiday cottage is something you’ll want to do to help guests identify your property. Not only is naming your holiday cottage great for identification, it’s also great for bookings.
By choosing a name that reflects your property, it will also help with the SEO (search engine optimisation).
At Manor Cottages, we know a thing or two about marketing your Cotswolds Holiday Cottage locally and nationally.
Read our guide on how to name your Cotswold Holiday Cottage…
If your holiday home is located near an attraction in the Cotswolds, names such as Broadway Tower View or Arlington Retreat would work well.
If you have a property located near Oddington, you could name it after something related to the new Cotswolds Amphitheatre.
Property located near vineyards could be marketed towards couples using names such as Vineyard Retreat or Vine View.
Come summer, the area is full of the most beautiful seasonal blooms such as lavender and wisteria. You could name your Cotswold holiday let after such, or if you have a walled or rose garden, this would work beautifully too.
The Cotswolds is an area of outstanding natural beauty and so naturally it’s surrounded by meadows, fields and wildflowers.
Come winter, snowdrops are abundant followed by crocuses and daffodils in springtime.
Sheep Street is the main road in Stow-on-the-Wold, so names such as Wool Cottage or The Ram’s Rest would be ideal names.
If you have a holiday home in an area that overlooks a river such as Bourton-on-the-Water, River View or Brook Cottage would be great names for your Cotswold Cottage.
Castles and gardens make up a lot of the attractions and landmass around the area. You could reflect this in your property’s name too.
The Cotswolds is home to some of the oldest properties in the country. HereBeforeUs carry out the history of who lived in your holiday cottage. This also unveils the careers and jobs they worked as too.
Households often discover their property was home to a blacksmith, greengrocer, nurse or seamstress. In other cases, the people who lived there before them were famous musicians or surgeons.
In which case, you could decide to name your holiday home in homage to the people who came before you or their talents.
Names such as Blacksmiths Cottage, Alice’s Retreat, Quarter Rest or The Merchant’s Rest would be great ones to call your property.
If you’re looking to invest in a holiday cottage in the Cotswolds or have an existing one with another agent, we’d love to help you on your journey.
We offer free pricing appraisals and visits and can even help with holiday let mortgage letters.
Looking for inspiration for your holiday home? We are here for you every step of the way, with local and national exposure.