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Business Listing   Pine Hollow Lakeside Resort & RV Park - Tygh Valley, OR - Phone: (541) 544-2271


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Helpful Definition for: Resorts & Vacation Rentals

Resorts, in Tygh Valley, are places of commercial establishments, used for relaxation or recreation, and which attract visitors during holidays and vacations. Towns where tourism or vacationing is very popular, attract a large number of visitors, and are often called 'resort towns'. The term resort is now used for a self-contained establishment that attempts to provide all the facilities that a person may avail during his vacation like food, drinks, lodging, sports and entertainment. The term may also be used to define a hotel property that offers a wide number of amenities to visitors and tourists, that typically include entertainment and recreation.  There are various types of resorts available ,like seaside resort that is located on a coast, ski resorts that are located in ski areas, destination resorts, spa resorts, etc.

Vacation rentals, in Tygh Valley, refer to renting of a furnished apartment or house to tourists on a temporary basis, as an alternative to a hotel. Vacation rentals have been a popular travel option for European tourists and are now spreading across in the rest of the world. These are fully furnished properties like a cottage, or a single style home that are rented by the tourists for a period of time. Vacation rentals are however different from timeshares, which are offered for a greater period of time.

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