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Monday 16 January 2023

The inside track on some of Europe's finest rental villas

Heading to Europe? Looking for a villa, or somewhere special to base yourself?

Worried about using airbnb, or dealing with an owner direct? 

Want to talk with someone with inside knowledge, and local experience?

Australians and New Zealanders can now access a range of villas and boutique hotels on offer from one of the UK's long-established villa rental companies, Simpson Travel (; ++44 208 003 6557).

The London-based operator focuses on Mediterranean destinations including Greece, Italy, mainland France, Corsica, Corfu (above) and Mallorca.

Established in 2002, Simpson Travel was founded by Graham Simpson, who founded Simply Travel in in 1978.

“We're delighted to be opening up our collection of villas and boutique hotels to the Australian market," Simpson says.

"I first started offering villa holidays in 1978 with my Greek wife Yianna, inspired by the idea of sharing the kind of authentic travel experiences we enjoyed ourselves.

"Today, some of our villas and Simpson Hotels are quietly secluded, while others sit near the finest beaches in Europe and certainly no longer off the beaten track, yet our approach remains unchanged.

"To us, the road less travelled is about going the extra mile; making the effort where others might take shortcuts.

“We are committed to ensuring our guests have truly memorable experiences from start to finish. As well as knowing destinations inside-out, and having strong relationships with villa owners locally, our concierge services and locally based representatives can help guests every step of the way.

"Whether it's a restaurant booking, boat hire, private transfer or shopping recommendation, nothing is too much trouble.

"Depending on the property and location, we are also able to arrange special added extras such as in-villa chefs, cooking lessons, in-villa massage or treatments, nanny services or babysitting.”

Simpson Travel also offers a range of hotels options.

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