Our Hire Partners
On this page we want to highlight our partners.
We believe in collaboration here at Sup2You and having a great working relationship with our partners, which means we can offer our customers the best options no matter what they are looking to do.
You can be safe in the Knowledge that if you are staying with any of our holiday accommodation partners that not only will you be getting an amazing place to stay but also they are used to receiving paddle boards from us for their guests.
Sykes Holiday Cottages offer an array of destinations for you to choose to base your holiday in the UK, with properties listed all over the country. Boasting over 30 years of experience in the holiday letting industry, their travel experts can help you pick the break that’s just right for you. If you fancy a property near the sea or a river, so you can get your paddleboard out on the water whenever you like, Sykes have a wonderful choice! From cottages with hot tubs and scenic views, to dog-friendly properties and ones with delightful characteristics, you’ll be sure to find what you’re looking for
Camber Holiday Cottages offer a fabulous selection of stylish holiday homes by the sea. The perfect place to unwind and relax. Within two hours from London it is an all year round destination - a water sport hub, with a plethora of cultural and sporting activities together with a vast array of restaurants and vineyards there is something for everyone
Toad Hall Cottages- We are West Country born and bred, privately owned and proud of our regional heritage. Since our launch in 1988, we have added eight offices throughout Cornwall, Devon, Dorset and the New Forest, and have grown our collective portfolio to boast over 900 carefully selected properties, while retaining our mission for great service, high standards and a desire to always go that extra country mile.
Trethawle Barns- Pascoe’s Pippin, Hocking’s Green and Gilliflower are luxury, spacious holiday barns set in a large, beautifully landscaped courtyard. They are conveniently located just off the A38 in a tranquil rural hamlet. The barns were all converted from derelict farm buildings in 2017 and are all named after Cornish cider apples to reflect the long farming history here in Trethawle.