If you are looking each day for new properties to be loaded onto our website, then you are not the only one. There are almost 1,000 people signed up to receive the TT Homestay mailer and we know there are much more who haven't registered.
The final day for Isle of Man Homeowners to register their property is 14 March 2017. On the final registration date in 2016, we registered between 250-300 properties, many of which were empty during the TT festival.
We are sending out up to 5 registration forms a day to anyone interested in becoming a Homestay host, so there are plenty more to come online.
Once we receive the Homestay registration form back we have to go to inspect the property before it can be advertised. All official registered Homestay properties have been inspected to ensure they pass the strict Homestay rules. Many properties that are not registered are illegal as you have to be officially registered to offer tourism accommodation on the Isle of Man.
You can check to ensure that a property is registered by contacting us with the homeowner's name and address. Only officially registered properties are listed on our website www.iomttbreaks.com/Homestay. Other websites and Facebook pages do offer properties, some are not registered, it is best to double check with us so that you don't have problems.
Our advice if you are looking to book a Homestay is to not panic there are much more to come available.
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