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This is the time of year when everyone is thinking about a final summer vacation or are planning a fall getaway. Instead of going with your standby hotel or campground, why not explore some new options? Have you considered:
Single-family vacation homes: These are smaller homes that have space comfortable enough for one family. Renting a vacation home on your own can be more expensive than sharing the rental price of a larger, multi-family one, but it affords more privacy and flexibility. If you are looking for something more budget-friendly, consider places that are off the beaten path in smaller towns, but still have access to all the activities you want to enjoy on your vacation.
Multi-family or group homes: There are many options for large vacation rentals that can be shared by multiple families or even a group of friends. Sharing the cost can help you save money for other activities, but remember it means you are also sharing your vacation with the whole group. If you haven’t traveled together previously, have an open discussion BEFORE you get there to discuss how you will share expenses, cooking, cleaning, space and excursions. A vacation can be ruined if you think you are simply sharing space, and nothing else, while your new besties assume you will be doing EVERYTHING together.
Home swaps: There are a number of services that match up people/families in different parts of the country or world where you can swap homes. Not sure how it works? Rent the movie The Holiday! Basically you decide you want to go to England, someone in England decides they want to come to your city or town, and voila! You have a vacation home. Your exchange can even include use of a car or care of a pet. Home exchangers are encouraged to communicate with their swappers to be clear on the expectations so that each feels safe allowing strangers (now “new found friends!”) in their homes.
Be open to any option you uncover and by doing so, you’ll experience a unique vacation with your family or friends that everyone will remember forever!