cottages.com celebrates new appointment in Cumbria

Scott Leighton-Patterson appointed as Business Development Manager

cottages.com, the UK’s number one holiday cottage provider, has appointed a new Business Development Manager in Cumbria

Managing Barrow to Penrith

A resident in the region for over 36 years, Scott Leighton-Patterson now manages properties in an area stretching from Barrow to Penrith and is one of five experts in the cottages.com regional team for Cumbria.  

As Business Development Manager for cottages.com, Scott will focus on growing the portfolio of homes available to let in the area to give locals a further income and ensure holiday-makers have a wealth of choice in the region.

Passion for Cumbria

Scott, who lives in Carlisle, said: “As a local resident, I feel very privileged to have this role and I am proud to be able to share my passion for Cumbria with property owners. I have a strong interest in property, and I am looking forward to being able to create relationships with holiday home owners, while offering them invaluable advice to keep their booking numbers high all year round. Anyone considering a holiday let, or reviewing how to make a better return on investment out of a current holiday let, is invited to get in touch.

Stunning scenery highlight of living in Cumbria

“As a keen walker, the Lake District is one of my personal favourites and I have climbed all the peaks in the region. For me, one of the highlights of living here is being able to enjoy the stunning scenery. There is nothing better than packing the car up and heading off to one of the beautiful lakes to enjoy a delicious BBQ on a warm summer’s evening. I am passionate about where we live, so I want to ensure holiday makers can experience it time and time again, and that property owners are benefitting from our honey pot location.”

For more information and advice, simply visit www.cottages.com/let-your-property or call 0345 268 117.

Post Author: cumbria24

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