Accommodation is ‘furnished holiday accommodation’ if:

the person entitled to the use of the accommodation is also, in connection with that use, entitled to the use of furniture (note that there is nothing in the legislation specifying a minimum amount of furniture); and

the accommodation is ‘qualifying holiday accommodation’.

There is no restriction to particular kinds of accommodation and so houses, flats, caravans or other types of accommodation will all potentially qualify.

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