How to run a Successful Gite or Holiday Rental in France in 2024

By Valérie Aston on 13 May 2024 · Viewed 239 times · Questions

Are you preparing for your 1st season as a gite / AirBnB owner In France? Or do you already have a gite in France and want to boost your bookings as well as know about changes impacting gite owners in 2024? Watch this interview with Rupert Springfield from Gîte Guru, where we talk about trends, strategy & changes in 2024

Feedback & tips from a gite expert

Rupert & Franck run two award-winning gîtes, Le Mas & Le Mazet, in the glorious Dordogne countryside. Having been approached by other gîte owners to share their secret for success, they set up Gîte Guru in 2020, offering tailor-made solutions to new or existing gîte businesses.  

For this live interview, Rupert Springfield will share their experience on how to run a successful gite or AirBnB in France in 2024.

Live interview on How to run a successful gite or Airbnb in France  

For this live interview on YouTube, we talk about:

✅ What is a gîte?

✅ What makes a successful gîte.

✅ Basic mistakes gite owners make.

✅ How to differentiate yourself in a more competitive market.

✅ Getting your gite classified as meublé de tourisme with Atout France.

✅ Top tips for gîte and AirBnB owners.

✅ Taking part in a TV show on Channel 4.

✅ Big changes afoot for gîte businesses in 2024.

✅ Impact on business planning and business visa applications.

Here's the YouTube link to watch this exciting interview with Rupert Springfield from Gite Guru.

How to run a Successful Gite or Holiday Rental in France in 2024

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About the author: Valérie Aston

I've been helping people who want to start or already have a small business set up in France since 2009. After graduating from a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree, I worked as a senior marketing consultant in the UK and France for various International companies. I worked as a conseillère en création d'entreprises (senior business advisor) for BGE here in France and run this independent business on a daily basis.