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Final call for Householders to register for TT Homestay 2012 26 March 2012

The TT festival is fast approaching and Isle of Man Tourism would like to appeal to the Island’s homeowners to help accommodate the thousands of visitors looking for somewhere to stay.

If you have a spare room available and can offer guests accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis, or would consider rental of your entire property, the Homestay team would be very pleased to hear from you.

Homestay can be offered during TT for any number of nights between 26th May and 10th June inclusive and homes are required to be inspected by Department officers before being registered for the scheme.

Geoff Corkish MBE, MHK, Political Member for the Department of Economic Development with responsibility for Tourism said:

"We would welcome more residents to join this very popular scheme to enable more TT visitors to enjoy our Island and the TT spectacle. Registration costs just £15.00, covering public liability insurance."
"I would like to thank everyone who has registered in previous years and ask them to consider doing so again this year to ensure TT 2012 is a great success."

TT Homestay registration closes on 30th April 2012 and the Department is unable to accept any applications after then.

For further information and terms and conditions please download the Guidance Notes from www.visitisleofman.com/homestay. If you feel you meet the criteria and would like to register for the Homestay scheme please call the Homestay team on 686802 or email homestay@gov.im.

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