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A MAP has revealed which parts of Britain are being infiltrated by rowdy staycation tourists.

New data shows how short-term rentals and Airbnbs have been taking over Britain’s holiday hotspots.

Shropshire and Herefordshire saw a 29 per cent rise in listings


Shropshire and Herefordshire saw a 29 per cent rise in listingsCredit: Alamy


The study from AirDNA shows sleepy spots like Dorset and the Peak District are now seeing a surge in holiday lets.

And with its popularity growing locals are complaining that their quiet streets are being overrun by drunk, loud guests, reports MailOnline.

In the last three years, listings in Dorset have increase by 36 percent while the Peak District is top of the list with 37 per cent.

Meanwhile, Shropshire and Herefordshire saw a 29 per cent rise in listings. 

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Surprisingly, Bristol, Bath, Brighton and London saw a decline in listings during the same period.

It comes as rowdy revellers who hire out AirBnBs to party late into the night will be banned from blighting neighbourhoods in new rules.

The PM hit out at “unacceptable” drunken parties in rented homes and flats after being confronted by a furious resident.

Pensioner Jeff Jones told how a local pub in his village of Great Baddow – just metres from the back of his house – is causing them regular misery.

It has been converted into a short-term let with a 10-person hot-tub and karaoke room costing £2,100-per-night.

Jeff hit out: “These places are let by the owners to groups of people with no control whatsoever.

“Anti-social behaviour and especially noise nuisance can go on through the night and there is no restriction.”

Owners will now have to register their short-term lets with the local council – and if they become party houses, they can take tough action against guests and owners.

Airbnb welcomed plans revealed late last year to introduce a national register for short-term lets.

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