Contractor Accommodation in Cardiff & Newport, South Wales

As a contractor, you will be used to working and staying in cities like Cardiff and Newport while working on projects in South Wales. Sometimes, your contractor accommodation will be sorted out and paid for by your employer, but often you’ll need to book your accommodation yourself. In these situations, you’ll want to find accommodation with all of the creature comforts you are used to at a price that doesn’t blow your budget.

Below we run through some tips on finding the right contractor accommodation in Cardiff & Newport, but these tips can easily apply to any town or city.

What’s important when booking accommodation in South Wales?


As a contractor looking for accommodation, planning a trip for work purposes, it is important to find a place to stay near your place of work or easily commutable. You don’t want to wake up every morning and have a long journey to work. So you are always advised to research options close to your office or site so that you can easily commute back to your room whenever necessary.

High-Speed WiFi

Every contractor looking for accommodation wants to book accommodation which has reliable high-speed Internet. This will enable you to work from your accommodation and relax with your favourite Netflix series. So, look for contractor accommodation which offer free high-speed WiFi.

Onsite Parking

Parking is important, especially if you drive between contractor sites during the day. Also, you don’t want to be searching for a parking space and have to pay additional parking fees just so that you can park nearby


You want to set a budget and look for appropriate rooms for contractors within it. Once you have a list of contractor accommodation within your budget, compare them with each other to find the most suitable accommodation that meets all your requirements.


Depending on the type of accommodation you are staying in, you’ll have different requirements. In Propertri serviced apartments, you’ll find:

  • A fully equipped kitchen, usually with a dishwasher and washer/dryer
  • One or more separate bedrooms
  • A living area
  • A bathroom
  • TV, Wi-Fi and the latest in-room technology
  • All utilities included, i.e. water & electricity

Why does Cardiff attract contractors?

As the capital city of Wales, Cardiff is the main driver for the Welsh economy, with around 90,000 people commuting into Cardiff daily. It has one of the most advanced digital infrastructures in the UK, a world-class university, Cardiff University is ranked 6th in the UK, and the Principality Stadium is Europe’s biggest covered arena, best known as host to a range of international rugby events.

Cardiff attracts contractors from a range of industries, including the financial and professional services sector, which makes up 19% of the Cardiff economy, energy and environment 11%, tourism 9% and construction 7%.

In addition, the city is host to over 65,000 higher education students. It has a strong TV and broadcast sector, a high concentration of ‘reg-tech’ and cyber security skills, a competitive fin-tech and digital start-up community, emerging technology clusters, including compound semiconductors as well as an internationally recognised life sciences businesses

Major companies include:

  • Admiral Group, with 7,000 employees split between the company’s main offices in Cardiff, Newport and Swansea.
  • Welsh Water owner Dwr Cymru employs more than 3,000 people. Headquartered in Treharris, 30 mins from Cardiff
  • Arriva Trains Wales operates the Wales and Borders franchise, employing more than 2,200 people, with the HQ at Cardiff Central.
  • S.A. Brain, the Iconic Cardiff brewer and pub owner, employs nearly 1,800 people. The company also owns the growing Coffee#1 chain of cafes.
  • Principality Wales’ largest building society – and the sixth largest in the UK – employs a little over 1,100 people. The main branch is on Queen Street in Cardiff
  • Finsbury Food, the Memory Lane cakes owner, employs 850 in Cardiff

Why does Newport attract contractors?

In recent years Newport has seen significant investment in infrastructure, including new commercial and residential developments. This creates opportunities for contractors in various construction and development projects.

The presence of business parks and innovation hubs, such as the Celtic Manor Resort and the International Convention Centre Wales, attracts contractors for both new projects and maintenance work.

Newport’s strategic location with excellent transport links, including the M4 motorway, rail connections, and proximity to Cardiff and Bristol, makes it accessible and attractive for contractors. As a gateway city to South Wales, Newport provides a convenient base for contractors working on projects across the region.

Ongoing urban regeneration projects funded by both public and private sectors provide continuous work for contractors as well as local government initiatives aimed at boosting economic development and job creation often include incentives for contractors.

Compared to major cities like London and Cardiff, Newport offers a more affordable cost of living, which can be attractive to contractors and their employees. The city’s scenic surroundings, including parks and proximity to the coast, provide an appealing living and working environment.

Major companies include:

  • Alcatel-Lucent, a global telecommunications equipment company with significant operations in Newport.
  • Next Generation Data (NGD), one of Europe’s largest data centres, providing critical infrastructure for a range of tech and data-driven businesses.
  • IQE, a leading supplier of advanced wafer products and services to the semiconductor industry.
  • Lloyds Banking Group, operates a significant office in Newport
  • Admiral Group, although headquartered in Cardiff, Admiral Group has operations in Newport, focusing on insurance services.
  • Amazon operates a large fulfilment centre in the region.
  • Office for National Statistics (ONS). The main office is in Newport, making it a major employer in the public sector.
  • Intellectual Property Office (IPO). Another significant public sector employer, headquartered in Newport.
  • University of South Wales. With a campus in Newport, the university is a major institution for higher education and research
  •, a well-known price comparison website headquartered in Newport.

Types of accommodation in South Wales for contractors

Serviced Accommodation for Contractors

You’ve got a few options for accommodation when working away. The first that springs to mind is serviced apartments. The benefits include:

  • Space: serviced apartments offer lots of space to work, cook, relax and sleep.
  • Amenities: they are a ‘home away from home’ with private cooking facilities and, usually, laundry facilities with a proper table to work – rather than resorting to a laptop in bed.
  • Flexibility: You can come and go as you wish and have your own schedule.
  • Cost-effective: more cost-effective than alternative accommodation, especially for longer stays.
  • Self-contained: serviced apartments are self-contained environments with fewer communal areas and contact-free check-ins.

Discover 5 Reasons to Book Contractor Accommodation with Propertri.


Cardiff hotels range from luxury to budget, including the Future Inn, Cardiff Bay, the Ibis Budget, Cardiff City Centre and the Mercure Cardiff Holland House Hotel & Spa

Bed & Breakfast

Sometimes an independent bed & breakfast is a good option. You may be able to negotiate a long-stay discount with them, and the rooms will generally be a bit more homely. There are pitfalls, of course. Wifi and decent TV channels are unlikely, and some B&B owners are oddballs who may be over-friendly.

Other options

Some contractors invest in campervans and stay in them throughout the week. So, if you are comfortable with the idea of sleeping in a deserted layby, that is an option. Some people have stayed in a tent whilst on contract, but that’s not ideal if you want to be located in the centre of Cardiff.

Read our blog post about the best areas to stay in Cardiff & Great Pubs to Visit in Newport

As a contractor, travelling to different parts of South Wales, such as Cardiff and Newport, is common. While travelling to South Wales, you can use the tips discussed above to book the best contractor accommodation. Or browse through the options at Propertri to book your hassle-free accommodation.

Bike Park Wales

The UK’s top destination for mountain bikers

Situated in the heart of the Welsh Valleys in South Wales just outside Merthyr Tydfil, Bike Park Wales is the UK’s first full-scale mountain bike park. The 1200-acre site features a network of more than 40 bike trails and is home to the UK’s most diverse range of all-weather mountain bike trails.

The park boasts trails for riders of all abilities, from novice to elite level riders. Whatever level you are at there are coaching classes led by a team of experienced trainers who will teach mountain bike skills from scratch or help you practice your technical skills so that you can up your game. With practice areas for beginners and dedicated green starter trails make learning and practising straightforward for those with little or no previous mountain biking experience.

There is a regular uplift service to transport you and your bike to the top of the trails allowing you to enjoy some rest between descents. For fitter riders and e-bikers, you can pedal up via the singletrack, Beast of Burden, or via fire road that takes you to the uplift drop-off point.

The trails

The trails are graded by colour to indicate the level of difficulty, green trails are the easiest with smooth wide and rolling trails to help you build confidence. Bike Park Wales works hard to make the park inclusive to all abilities and has recently invested heavily in green trails for novices.

The blues are intermediate trails, the most popular is Sixtapod which has long flowy corners followed by a series of rhythmic rollers, it’s great fun.

The red trails are for advanced riders, for example, Wibbly Wobbly runs parallel to Sixtapod but it’s more of a natural surface with rocks drops and jumps to navigate and some tricky tree roots once you get into the woods.

The black trails are reserved for expert riders. For example, Enter the Dragon which follows the route of the old Dragon downhill race track. It starts with a couple of step-downs, then some big tabletops and then even larger step-downs. The trails have qualifiers at the start to ensure that your skills are up to the challenge below.

The trails are built in sections so you can link up the trails in various combinations. Check out this trail map for more information about BikePark Wales trails or grab one from reception when you are there to ensure you end up on the trails that are right for you.


There’s an excellent shop on-site with everything you could need for a day out on the trails including the latest gear from top mountain bike brands. You can hire a bike hire and protective helmet, knee and elbow pads. There is also a fully equipped workshop for any repairs.

There’s a huge cafe with indoor and outdoor seating areas to refuel at lunchtime, you can even enjoy a bike park wales brewed beer once the riding is done. There is a massive free car park

What does it cost?

£43 for the uplift.  There is always one waiting which makes it possible to get 10 or more runs in during the day.

A standard pedal pass is £15, e-bikes are £19.

For more information or to book an uplift visit

Getting there

BikePark Wales is located in Gethin Forest, Merthyr Tydfil. It is just off the A470 at the Pentrebach roundabout just south of Merthyr Tydfil. Grid ref is SO050034 and postcode is CF48 4TT.

Where to stay

There’s plenty of accommodation close to Bike Park Wales in nearby Merthyr Tydfil. Be sure to choose accommodation that caters for mountain bikers including secure bike storage, bike washing facilities, and a designated area to fix any problems to ensure your bike is ready for the next day.

Coffee Shops in Cardiff you can work from

If you are staying at Propertri’s serviced apartments in Cardiff on business or need to spend an hour or two working on your laptop a coffee shop is a great option.

If you are looking for a hot desk to park yourself for the day we covered co-working spaces in this previous post.

Corner Coffee

The minute you walk into Corner Coffee, the white walls and minimal decor are enough to make your heart sing. Nothing says “I need some peace in my life” like a good cup of coffee or tea with colleagues at one of these cosy tables. There are also smaller tables for digital nomads, wandering workers and Cardiff contractors

Address: 13 High St, Cardiff CF10 1AX

coffee corner in cardiff

Uncommon Ground

When you need a break from your busy schedule, Uncommon Ground in the Royal Arcade is what comes to mind. Not only does their coffee taste great but it’s also affordable and welcoming – not too loud or stressful so as not to overwhelm anyone who might be looking for some peace and quiet.

Address: 10-12 Royal Arcade, St Mary St, Cardiff CF10 1AB

Uncommon Ground in cardiff

The Castle Emporium

The Castle Emporium is a hub of independent businesses in a converted 20s cinema on Womanby Street. It’s an ideal place to take some time out during your day with its relaxed atmosphere that is usually filled with tunes from excellent playlists.

Address: Womanby Street, Cardiff CF10 1BS

The Castle Emporium in cardiff

Park House Restaurant and Wine Bar

Park House is one of the best restaurants in Cardiff, but it’s also an excellent place to work during the day. The WiFi connection there never fails. Plus staff members are always friendly when you come to visit during business hours. They serve delicious food that won’t break the bank either; which makes them perfect as client meeting spots or just lunch dates between friends

Address: 20 Park Place, Cardiff CF10 3DQ

Waterloo Tea

Waterloo Tea is getting better all of the time, and now has three locations in the heart of Cardiff. The menu boasts an excellent range of teas alongside fast WiFi access for your convenience! Although it can get pretty busy during peak times (especially on weekends), you’re guaranteed great service with attentive staff always available whenever needed.

Address: 5 Waterloo Gardens, Penylan, Cardiff, CF23 5AA

Waterloo Tea in cardiff


The Little Man Coffee Company

Little Man Coffee Company is the perfect place to meet up with workmates, grab some coffee and get on with your work. Imagine a place where you can get delicious unlimited coffee served all day. Whether you are visiting Cardiff on business or need to mix up working from home, the Little Man Coffee Company is sure to inspire you. This isn’t just about business though; if creativity needs feeding then head down into The Gallery where 30-inch sandwiches will keep everyone content until dinner time rolls around again.

Address: Ivor House, Bridge Street, Cardiff, CF10 2EE

The Little Man Coffee Company in cardiff

Milk & Sugar

Milk and Sugar is a wonderful place to visit for both brunches, breakfasts or even just after-work snacks. The space can get fairly busy at times but if you’re looking to shorten your workday then this location might be perfect as they offer remote working periods where there’s no waiting time required!

Address: One Central Square – Ground Floor, Wood St, Cardiff CF10 1FS

Milk & Sugar in cardiff

Best Co-Working Spaces In Cardiff

If you are coming to Cardiff for business coworking spaces offer superb facilities. You can rent a desk or private office for anything from an hour to a day, a week or longer. All of these co-working spaces are within easy reach of our serviced apartments in Cardiff.

Tramshed Tech

Tramshed Tech is the home to tech startups in Wales specialising in supporting tech, digital and creative industries. It is the fastest growing business incubator in Wales and home to over 50 startups.

Address: Unit D, Pendyris St, Cardiff CF11 6BH

Coworking space on Tramshed Tech, Cardiff

Regus Cardiff Bay

Regus Cardiff Bay is set in Europe’s largest waterfront development, this office space offers stunning views across the bay which you can enjoy from the terrace. Mermaid Quay is on your doorstep with plenty of restaurants, bars and shops.

Address: Regus House, Falcon Dr, Cardiff CF10 4RU

office space in cardiff bay

The Arcade Vaults

The Arcade Vaults offers people the chance to play and learn about retro video games in around various venues in Cardiff. The co-working and events space is tailored for anyone interested in making games but open to everyone to experience.

Address: 27-31 High Street Arcade, Cardiff CF10 1BB

The Arcade Vaults in Cardiff


Space2B at The Maltings is a business hub in Cardiff city centre; offering state-of-the-art serviced offices, steeped in heritage.

Address: The Maltings, East Tyndall Street, Cardiff, CF24 5EA

Space2B Cardiff

Welsh ICE

Welsh ICE (Innovation Centre for Enterprise) provides co-working spaces, office space and meeting room hire aimed at businesses that recognise the value of an inspiring environment.

Address: Britannia House, Caerphilly Business Park, Van Rd, Caerphilly CF83 3GG

Welsh ICE Innovation Centre for Startups in South Wales

Tec Marina

Tec Marina is located in Penarth Marina (just outside of Cardiff) and offers private fully-furnished offices of various sizes. Rent office space and meeting rooms in one of Wales’ coolest innovation hubs.

Address: Terra Nova Way, Penarth CF64 1SA,

Tec Marina Office Space Cardiff


IndyCube is a community-owned network for independent workers, supporting freelancers, contractors, home-workers and the self-employed. Providing a place for Cardiff’s creatives to get out of the house and into a working environment. 

Address: 4 Trade Street Lane, Cardiff, CF10 5DR

IndyCube in Cardiff


GloWorks is located in the heart of Porth Teigr in Cardiff Bay, overlooking the water and adjacent to the BBC studios.

Address: Porth Teigr Way, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff CF10 4GA

Gloworks in Cardiff Bay

Rabble Studio

Rabble Studio is a community-focused coworking space in Cardiff Bay. Offering shared workspaces & studios for freelancers, small businesses and remote workers.

Address: 103 Bute St, Cardiff CF10 5AD

Rabble Studio Coworking spaces in Cardiff

Best Places to Stay in Cardiff

Cardiff, the capital of Wales, is one of the most popular places to visit in the UK. The city is bustling with exciting new events and attractions suitable for all ages and budgets, it’s known for its historic castles, sports, art, entertainment, buzzing nightlife, amazing culture, and rich local cuisine. In a nutshell, there is a lot to do and enjoy in Cardiff, and you will not regret spending your time here. Besides, there are plenty of places to stay, and you can make your choice depending on your needs, budget, and interests. Below is a rundown of some top places to stay in Cardiff.

Cardiff City Center

Cardiff city centre is located south of Cooper’s Field and Cardiff University. The compact city centre is known for great international cuisine, international designer stores, international rugby, and the historic Cardiff Castle. In a nutshell, by choosing to stay in the Cardiff city centre, you can get to get to visit Principality Stadium (known for hosting international rugby games), enjoy a world-class shopping experience, and visit some historical sites to learn the history and culture of Wales in general and Cardiff in particular.

Cardiff castle


Newtown is a thriving business centre with a lot of international hotels, pubs, shops, and restaurants. It is known for having many family-friendly hotels and leisure facilities for kids, making it an excellent place for families to stay.

Cardiff shopping


If you want to stay away from the hustle and bustle of the Cardiff city centre, you can choose to stay in Riverside. This historic suburb located on the west bank of River Taff is known for the Riverside Farmers Market, which attracts people from around the city every Sunday. Staying in Riverside will give you a better feel of the city’s culture as compared to the city centre, and you will still be able to access the city centre easily, even by foot.

cardiff bay sculpture

Cardiff Bay

Cardiff Bay is one of the United Kingdom’s premium waterside leisure and business centres. It is also an excellent destination for families. While there, you can try water sports such as paddle-boarding, white-water rafting, kayaking, and canoeing. If you do not want to get yourself wet, you can try wall climbing.

cardiff bay


Ely is a community located about 5 miles to the west of Cardiff city centre. Its appeal is being located away from the busier tourist areas while having easy access to everything Cardiff has to offer. Ely has several shopping parades with big supermarkets, small shops, and local businesses. It also has many high-quality serviced apartments, including the spacious Affinity Apartments, which are perfect for business travellers and contractors as well as a family city break. Ely is located close to the A48 which makes it ideal for travelling the short distance into Cardiff city centre or out to Canton and the rest of South Wales via the M4.


Butetown is tucked between Lloyd George Avenue and River Taff, to the south of Cardiff’s main train station. It is a multi-ethnic neighbourhood, and its diversity makes it an exciting destination. Other attractions in Butetown include the Pierhead Building, a variety of cuisines, and beautiful music and style you will hear and see on the streets.

Atlantic Wharf

Atlantic Wharf is surrounded by Butetown and Newtown. It is also an excellent destination for families. Its main attractions include the Red Dragon Centre, the Craiglee Drive Children’s Playground, and the Taff Trail, among others. Besides, Atlantic Wharf is just a ten-minute walk from the city centre and only a twenty-minute walk to the Cardiff Bay waterfront.


The Bottom Line

If you are planning to visit Cardiff, there are many amazing places you can choose to stay, depending on your interests and budget. Feel free to contact Propertri today for more information on our Cardiff-serviced apartments. Whether you are visiting Cardiff for leisure or business, you can count on us to find you an excellent place for you to enjoy your stay.

We’re Hiring! – House Keeper / Cleaner

Propertri is looking for housekeepers/cleaners for our accommodation in Newport, South Wales. Cleaning must be to hotel standard. We are looking for experienced cleaners/housekeepers who enjoy working as part of a busy team so that all of our apartments are left sparkling clean with fresh linen, towels and toiletries. You will also be responsible for reporting any issues with our apartments (broken light bulbs, anything needing repairs).

Day-to-day role

  • Fully clean our accommodation to a hotel standard ready for the next guests
  • Change all bed linen and towels
  • Restock all consumables, including toilet tissue, shower gel and soap
  • Re-order consumables when required
  • Ensure gardens are presentable and ready for the next guests
  • Ensure the kitchen is spotlessly clean, empty the fridges, etc
  • Report any damage to the property

These skills could prove useful: 

  • Attention to detail, enjoy leaving our apartments sparkling clean
  • Friendly, be able to communicate with the Propertri team and guests
  • Reliable, responsive and ready to work to high standards 



Start time


Contact us to find out more about this role

Telephone: 01633 849410


About Propertri

Propertri is a serviced accommodation company based in Newport, South Wales, with over 20 properties in the City of Newport and the surrounding region. We pride ourselves on keeping our properties in excellent condition so our guests enjoy their stay with us. We want to build a trustworthy team to grow with our friendly company.

We’re Hiring! – Handyperson / Maintenance Specialist

Propertri is looking for a handyperson to carry out repairs in our serviced apartments in Newport. We are looking for someone with a broad range of craftsmanship and practical skills to carry out repairs or general maintenance on our properties. The work can range from simple building maintenance to plumbing, painting, and gardening. 

Day to day role

Your day-to-day job will be extremely varied and could see you painting a wall one day and repairing a central heating system the next. Your regular duties could include:

  • Changing light bulbs and ensuring other fixtures and fittings are in good working order
  • Rewiring, changing fuses, junction boxes etc.
  • Minor plumbing and carpentry
  • Clearing or cleaning general areas
  • Shifting furniture or equipment
  • Assembling furniture or equipment
  • Garden/outdoor maintenance
  • Painting and decorating
  • Clearing gutters
  • Maintaining property exterior throughout the seasons

These skills could prove useful: 

  • Ability to deal with other contractors or maintenance workers
  • Being resourceful and self-motivated
  • Physically fit – capable of working with machinery or moving heavy equipment 
  • Being flexible
  • Able to resolve complaints quickly and efficiently
  • Able to work as part of the Propertri team
  • Good communication skills 

Salary: Competitive

Start date: January

Contact us:

Get in touch to hear more about this role:

Call: 01633 849410


About Propertri

Propertri is a serviced accommodation company based in Newport, South Wales with over 20 properties in the City of Newport and the surrounding region. We pride ourselves on keeping our properties in excellent condition so that our guests enjoy their stay with us. We are looking to build a trustworthy team to grow with our friendly company.

Great pubs to visit in Newport

If you are coming to stay in Newport with Propertri we recommend visiting one of these pubs. There’s a great mix of different types of pubs to experience from 15th-century pubs to modern craft brewers. There are places with plenty of outside space for when the sun shines. All of the pubs here have been chosen for offering quality beers, nice food, a great atmosphere and friendly staff.

The Potters

The Potters on Upper Dock Street has a rooftop beer garden where you can enjoy cocktails or a beer after a shopping trip to Friars Walk. The food is always good value for money, well cooked and tasty. There’s live music too – perfect for the summertime.

Where to find it: 22-24 Upper Dock Street

The Potters in Newport
The Potters

Man of Gwent

The Man of Gwent on Newport Road is renowned for big portions of delicious food and their friendly bar staff. Families are made to feel welcome so bring the kids. This is the place to celebrate a birthday, anniversary or just call in. Superb service from attentive staff.

Where to find it: Chepstow Road

Pen & Wig

The Pen & Wig features a spacious outside area with a laid-back atmosphere. Expect prompt service from the friendly bar team. Dogs are welcome, drinks are reasonably priced. If you want to guarantee a table, make sure you book as it gets busy. 

Where to find it: 22-24 Stow Hill

Ye Olde Murenger House

Ye Olde Murenger House has been on the High Street since the 16th century and it’s still one of eth best pubs in the city centre. Like most Sam Smith’s pubs, this is an old-fashioned boozer with loads of character. Travel back in time, enjoy fine ales, and relax.

Where to find it: 52-53 High Street

Tiny Rebel Brewery

The Tiny Rebel Brewery is an award-winning brewery in Newport City Centre. This place is a hive of activity partly due to the perfect location close to the train station, bus station and taxi ranks but mostly due to quality craft beers including the Champion Beer of Britain.

Where to find it: 22-23 High Street

Tiny Rebel Brewery in Newport
Tiny Rebel Brewery

St Julian Inn

If you are looking for drinks with a view the St Julian Inn is the place to go especially when the sun is shining. There is a balcony overlooking with outside seating area overlooking the river Usk. Expect local ales, great pub food and live music on a Friday afternoon.

Where to find it: Caerleon Road, NP18

St Julian Inn in Newport
St Julian Inn

The Red Lion

Looking for traditional Welsh pub food? This is the place. Try the faggots, peas and mash with gravy. If you are staying in our Newport accommodation, you can walk to Caerleon along the river Usk or jump on the bus – it’s a 15-minute journey. You’ll find the Red Lion in the CAMRA guide so you can expect to find good quality real ales when you get there.

Where to find it: Backhall Street, Caerleon

The Dragonfly

The Dragonfly was renovated a few years ago to restore the pub to its former glory. It’s just off the M4 so a great place to stop for lunch when heading in or out of Newport. You can book a table online to enjoy a fantastic Sunday roast with perfectly cooked veg and tender meat.

Where to find it: Lakeside Drive, Duffryn

Ye Olde Bull Inn

Another pub to visit if you are heading out to Caerleon, find it on the high street. Ye Olde Bull Inn dates back to the 15th century so it has a fascinating history and it’s full of character. A great selection of drinks – enjoy real ales, a glass of Pinot Grigio, a nice gin and tonic, whatever takes your fancy.

Where to find it: High Street, Caerleon

Donna Brown joins Propertri

We are delighted to announce that Donna Brown has joined Propertri to manage the day to day running of Propertri operations, property management and customer service.

Donna was already pretty familiar with Propertri as the owner of WeKlean, our professional cleaning partner, who clean all of our properties and restock them with fresh linen and laundry. In addition to ensuring that we keep our properties in tip-top shape, Donna will also manage day-to-day operations, including our busy on-the-ground maintenance teams and local suppliers. 

As Donna has already set up and ran a successful cleaning business covering the whole of South Wales we thought she would be able to handle a few extra jobs. So she also looks after our most important assets, our customers, to ensure they enjoy their time in South Wales. Donna will be the person customers speak to about availability and booking properties as well as dealing with any requirements during their stay. 

She will liaise with our property owners to ensure that all guest screening procedures are efficient and effective. She has also taken over responsibility for the smooth running of our reservations system, updating listings and advertising our properties on our partner accommodation portals including, Trip Advisor, Expedia and Vrbo. 

All in all, it’s safe to say that Donna will be key to the continued success of Propertri as we launch new accommodation in Newport and expand our properties further afield in South Wales and beyond.

Proud to sponsor SDR Progression

We’re proud to announce that Propertri has made a donation to SDR Progression. SDR Progression is a very special organisation that works with children with cerebral palsy to improve their mobility using strength and conditioning exercises. 

SDR Progression is seeking to help raise awareness of cerebral palsy through their social media platform, associated charities and affiliates’ involvement and focus on rehabilitating the children and adults affected by this condition. Their aim is to make their clients feel included and to maintain a level of normality in their day to day lives and to feel a part of the SDR Progression family.

Our donation will go towards the production of a ‘one off’ special edition T-shirt for each SDR Progression client. This T-shirt will have the SDR Progression logo on the front, plus a logo from each of their affiliates, including Propertri, on the reverse. 

SDR Progression clients have loved wearing logoed T-shirts, which they wear for charity events and on their own social media. To do this they need help from sponsors to help create the T-shirts.

Part of the funds will also go towards providing a uniform, which Drew Walcott, the owner of SDR Progression will wear daily and, as a result, be seen on all videos and images posted by him and clients. 

If you would also like to make a donation contact the team at Propertri or head over to the SDR Progression website.

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