Self-Catering Holiday Specialists See Significant Increase In Bookings

It has been reported that many self-catering holiday specialists have noticed a significant increase of bookings since the beginning of 2022

It has been reported that many self-catering holiday specialists have noticed an increase of bookings since the beginning of 2022. With one holiday specialist reporting  a 60% increase in bookings when compared with their 2020 and 2021 figures.

The self-catering holiday specialist, has reported that they have seen a significant increase in bookings since January 1st.  Evaluating that the total booking figures made to date for 2022 has increased by more than 80% since the start of the year.

This data highlights that demand for holidays and staycations have rose considerably, with May half term bookings increasing by 68% along with summer holiday bookings which are up by 45%.

However, bookings for the New Years to Easter period have seen the most prominent increase of 90% when compared with bookings over the course of 2020 and 2021.

Marketing Director of, Matt Brayley, commented that  “Last year, the typical post-Christmas holiday demand was significantly lower than normal; it was delayed until February 2021 due to the national lockdown. This year, post-holiday-period demand has bounced back really well.”

“Demand across all periods has increased in 2022 versus both 2021 and 2020. Easter, May half term and the summer holidays are proving as popular as ever, but the biggest increases compared to previous years are for winter breaks between now and Easter.”

Adding that, “we’re seeing strong growth across all our guest audiences, too – whether the occasion is a family holiday, a romantic break or a group getaway, spending time away with friends and family, and having something to look forward to, has never been so important to us all. This key trend looks set to continue throughout 2022.”

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