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Wales tourism accommodation occupancy surveys

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  • Release date: 27 February 2018
  • Period covered: January to December 2017
  • Next update: 30 May 2018
The occupancy surveys provide trend information on the demand of tourist accommodation in Wales.

The surveys act as a monitor of the performance and the results are widely used by operators, Visit Wales, local authorities and other organisations involved in planning, marketing and developing tourism resources.

We monitor the occupancy levels across the following accommodation types:

  • hotels
  • guesthouses
  • self-catering
  • bed & breakfast
  • hostels and bunkhouses.

January to December 2017

Release date: 27 Chwefror 2018

Self-catering and Hostel occupancy rates experienced increases in 2017 when compared to 2016. Over the same period Guesthouses/B&Bs, Static Caravan Holiday Homes and Touring Caravan & Camping Parks saw decreases in occupancy levels. In addition, Hotel occupancy rates remained unchanged.

Annual report, 2016

Release date: 24 October 2017

The report includes figures for hotels, guesthouses/B&Bs, all serviced accommodation, self-catering cottages and apartments, caravan holiday homes, touring caravan and camping parks and hostels and bunkhouses.

Further information

A report and StatsWales data are published quarterly. The reports will cover year to date figures, as well as 12 month rolling averages.


Tel: 0300 061 6026

Tel: 0300 025 8099

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