Super Break offers agents new B&B revenue stream

Agents can now book more than 750 bed-and-breakfast and guesthouse properties through Super Break.

Available in 380 locations around the UK, this move will allow agents to earn commission and access a type of product they may not have been able to easily book previously.

Gary Gillespie, national sales manager at Super Break, said: “Most agents don’t have access to these styles of properties. If a client enquires about one, agents would usually refer them to the local tourist board for assistance.

“Being able to book this style of accommodation with Super Break opens up an additional revenue stream for agents and offers them product in areas around the UK where it might not have been possible for them to book before.”

The new products have been introduced following feedback from agents about accommodation that customers were requesting.

Gillespie added: “We’ve been looking at introducing this style of accommodation for some time now and I’m really pleased agents can now book it. We were getting more and more requests from the trade for different types of properties, often in areas of the UK that we didn’t sell. This development means we can now meet this demand and I expect more properties to be added in the coming months.”

Alongside the rural locations, a range of larger destinations such as York, Blackpool, Edinburgh, Newquay and Brighton also feature bed and breakfast and guesthouse options, ensuring agents have even more choice to offer customers.

Super Break is working with a technology supplier which specialises in sourcing this type of accommodation.

Pictured: Elim Bank guesthouse in the Lake District.