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Quilty Holiday Homes, one of the biggest Holiday Homes in Europe, has been sold to one of Spain’s biggest builders, according to The Independent.

The sale is the second time in as many years that a holiday home has been bought from the Holiday Homes Group, and it means Quilty has lost its last home in Spain.

The former Holiday Homes home, located in the city of Zaragoza, was sold to Spanish builder Elmer de Beggues in 2011 for around €2m.

The new buyer, a company called Vecteam, has made it clear that it is no longer interested in owning the property and has bought out the estate’s previous owner, the Holiday Houses Group, in the process.

The property is now owned by the Spanish government and has been handed over to a private company called Ligas, according the Independent.

It’s a big loss for Quilty, which has enjoyed a phenomenal success over the past decade and is now being sold off to private investors.

The company, which was founded in 2011 by former Quilty executive John Dees, will be working with Vectesam to build the new home.

It is expected to be ready in 2018.

The estate, which had been closed since November, has seen its popularity skyrocket in recent years.

Last year, more than 60% of all visitors to the property went on holiday, according Quilty.

That was up from 50% a year earlier, according Toffee.

It now boasts more than 400,000 guests, making it the most popular property in Zaragozas holiday homes.

But this is not the first time that the estate has been the target of private investors wanting to buy up the properties, according Carla de Guido, the owner of Ligasa.

In 2016, the estate was sold for £15m to a group of investors, who included a Spanish investment firm.

“We had no interest in selling the estate.

We only had to sell it because the buyer had bought the home,” she told the Independent at the time.

“The new owner has taken advantage of the situation and has made a deal with a Spanish company.”

The sale of the holiday home comes as the government’s housing and planning policy is being overhauled.

In 2018, the government is introducing a new system for buying homes, which aims to improve the housing market and provide more affordable homes.

Quilty was one of a number of companies that tried to get into the market in the last few years, but the current owners decided to leave.

The decision has caused huge problems for the estate, as it has been left to the private company to build it, according de Guidos family.

“When the estate had to be sold to private hands, it was not just a loss for us, it has affected everyone who lives here,” she said.

“This was a great time for us and we would like to see it go back to being a home for families, not just for Quids.”

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Plockton Holiday Homes Barbados is offering up to five-night stays at its Christmas home in Port Arthur for $4,600 a night.

The house sits on the edge of a vast expanse of farmland on the outskirts of Barbado, which is about 30 minutes from Port Arthur’s CBD.

It’s also located on a busy road.

The holiday homes owner said the property is the perfect location for a private holiday home holiday, as it’s on a quiet road and easy to get around.

“You can drive down there, and then you can walk across the road,” she said.

“It’s very easy to walk across.”

“It has a good, peaceful feeling about it.

It has a lot of charm, so I think that’s really the thing that attracts people.”

She said it also had a fantastic atmosphere, which she said attracted visitors.

“I think the most popular thing that happens is people come and enjoy themselves, and they enjoy the atmosphere,” she explained.

“We’re all really pleased with the Christmas atmosphere.”

She added the property also had outdoor seating and is equipped with a full kitchen, dining room, bathroom and kitchenette, and a barbeque station with a bar.

Plockton said it was also the perfect holiday home for a family holiday, with a kitchen and bedroom.

The family home will also offer three separate rooms for use as separate bedrooms.

“They’re separate bedrooms, so we have the kitchen, we have a shower, we’ve got a bedroom, and the family room is a private room,” she revealed.

“And then the family bedroom is where you can sleep.

You can also have the main room, and there’s a bathroom in the main bedroom.”

The family will also have access to the dining room and bedroom, which are fully equipped with hot water.

The owner said it would be ideal for a single person to stay at the property.

“When we were talking to the client, he had his son and he said, ‘I can only stay in my bedroom’,” she said, adding the family would also be able to enjoy the spa and fitness centre.

“So I think it’s a really good idea, really.”

“They’ll have the whole place to themselves, so there’s not a lot going on in the family house.”

She also said the holiday home would be a great place to stay for an extended stay if the property owner had other children.

She said the price tag for the property was very reasonable.

“The main thing is we’re really looking forward to the whole process of getting it all done,” she concluded.

Holiday home to host wedding of 10-year-old boy

A holiday home has become the first in England to host a wedding of a 10-years-old girl.

The Plockton home is the only holiday home in the country to be listed on the website of the New Hampshire Association of Realtors, and it will host the wedding on December 26.

A spokesperson for the association said the home, which has been in existence for more than 100 years, is a “quiet, family-friendly holiday home” with an attached pool, a clubhouse and a tennis court.

It is not yet known what the groom and bride will do with the wedding reception after the engagement, which will take place in December.

A spokesman for the groom’s mother said: “It’s wonderful that we can now offer this opportunity to a young girl, who has so many beautiful memories.”

We hope to have her join us for the festivities when she turns 10 in a few months time.

“The bride, who is from Hampshire, will be staying at the home while the groom is away on holiday.