I have used tourism=guest_house for some accommodation but is there a tag to specify self-catering?

asked 18 Mar '12, 17:00

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The wiki doesn't mention anything and TagInfo doesn't show anyone adding much.

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answered 18 Dec '14, 08:57

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There are two tourism tags appropriate for self-catering holiday lets. These are tourism=chalet (for a building let entirely), and tourism=apartment for several apartments in a single building, with 17k and 1k uses respectively. Neither has a particularly obvious, or even highly appropriate name (I'd find it hard to label a gite or a farm holiday cottage as tourism=chalet, which dont fit the current description on the wiki), but these are what is in use.

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answered 18 Dec '14, 11:46

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Hi Greg, use the Scandinavian definition for self serviced hytter. They tag them like this tourism=alpine_hut with service=self. Take a look here http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=17/60.15583/6.84245

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answered 18 Dec '14, 12:19

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