Has Banksy boosted your bookings?
19/08/2021 - As you Wish Services
The rumour that notorious graffiti artist Banksy has been leaving his artwork around the East Anglian coastline has been well publicised this summer.
His iconic ‘street graffiti’ has appeared in Gorleston, Lowestoft, Great Yarmouth and Cromer and since the artist himself took to Instagram to authenticate his work, large numbers of people are heading to see the latest additions to his ‘Great British Staycation’.
What does this mean for you?
2021 has already seen a huge rise in holidaying in the UK due to the global pandemic so with people already looking to book the best British holiday they can what better incentive than to combine a holiday by the seaside with hunting out the great works of Banksy and joining in the Local buzz!
Holiday lets across the East Coast will no doubt be busier than ever, boosting local economy as people spend their money right here in East Anglia.
With the levels of extra visitors in the area, preparations for extra turn arounds that your holiday home will require will need to be in place. After all you do not want to miss out on the extra business or miss out on all the excitement yourself as Sarah , owner of As You Wish Services explains
‘Already we have seen a rise in people enquiring about holidaying here in Suffolk and Norfolk. My team and I are working tirelessly to ensure that we showcase the best of what Suffolk and Norfolk can offer in terms of holiday lets. We are very fortunate to live in such a beautiful area of the country and now with the added bonus of artwork by Banksy appearing as if by magic, it just adds to the many reasons why the holiday lets we manage are in such high demand.
I have been managing holiday lets for many years and my standards remain high. My team and I are committed to proving an exceptional standard of cleanliness ensuring that your staycation is just as impressive as the Banksy artwork that keeps on appearing’.
If you would like more information about As You Wish Services and how they can help you visit the website or call Sarah on 07909562233
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