Fields allow tourist accommodation businesses to enter new networks, such as Horse B&B or Rando Accueil, among others. By diversifying the type of tourism they can receive, the establishment reinforces its visibility on the market and its potential gains.
On the other hand, some places benefit from making the land available by offering their own donkeys to the ramblers that are staying in the guest house; thereby promoting alternative mobility and allowing their clients to discover this type of hiking accompanied by an animal that is returning as a trend.
When one has a B&B or guest house in a rural area, or on the periphery of a city -and enough space- it could be a good idea to reserve some land to hold horses and other carrier animals such as donkeys.
More information on walks with a donkey, particularly in Brittany: ânes.net
Translated from French by Holly Cooper Chima.
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