By Webteam - 23rd April 2019 6:08am
Audlem now boasts its own "Airbnb"
Ed — there may be others, but this is the first we have been told about.
Resident Sue Smith moved into School Lane several years ago and now offers the Annexe to her house as an "airbnb".
Sue has been running this for about two years, and it has been quite successful — she says "People who stay just love Audlem and the friendly people. One couple even moved here! They are always surprised that everyone says Hello!".
If you would like to consider booking Sue's airbnb, please click here.
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