How much can residents of Wales earn?
In Wales, the northern county of Gwynedd was found to be the most lucrative, affording those renting out their room on Airbnb with an average earning of £63 per night.
Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire followed, both with an average earning of £60 per night. Across Wales, on average, people could expect to earn £332 per week with this venture.
The top 10 counties in Wales where residents can earn the most from Airbnb
- Gwynedd – £63 a night (£441 a week)
- Ceredigion – £60 a night (£420 a week)
- Pembrokeshire – £60 a night (£420 a week)
- Denbighshire – £59 a night (£413 a week)
- Powys – £59 a night (£413 a week)
- Cardiff – £53 a night (£371 a week)
- Vale of Glamorgan – £53 a night (£371 a week)
- Carmarthenshire – £52 a night (£364 a week)
- Wrexham – £49 a night (£343 a week)
- Anglesey – £48 a night (£366 a week)
How much can residents of Northern Ireland earn?
According to the research, residents of Down in Northern Ireland placed top of the list of counties earning the most money from renting out rooms on Airbnb. Down residents could make an average earning of £60 a night, or £420 a week.
Across Northern Ireland, on average, people could expect to earn £342 per week.
Top five counties in Northern Ireland where residents can earn the most from Airbnb
- Down – £60 a night (£420 a week)
- Fermanagh – £54 a night (£378 a week)
- Armagh – £46 a night (£322 a week)
- Antrim – £44 a night (£308 a week)
- Londonderry – £40 a night (£280 a week)
How to prepare a garden room for an Airbnb rental
For those who do not have a spare room, a garden room could make for a great alternative to generate some extra income with short-term stays.