There are a surprising number of weeks (or weekends) in the low season that, with a little care and attention, can be filled with guests. From the onset of autumn to the arrival of Easter, it is almost half a year.
Granted the returns aren't as great as in the summer, but if your holiday cottage is costing you money even when empty, welcoming more guests keeps your cottage warm, dry and cosy as well as making a contribution to the bottom line.
Read these six tips from Guesty.com on things you can do to make your cottage standout from the crowd to people planning a low season break in self-catering accommodation.
Feel free contribute your own suggestions for attracting more low season bookings in the comments section below.