You probably have a dishwasher at home, right? So why go on holiday and spend hours of your precious time washing dishes?
Camping has long been a leisure market keen on innovation. The 2000s saw the introduction of WiFi; the last decade has seen the arrival of glamping and camping pods. So it's no surprise that more and more sites are introducing a dishwashing service.
Easy Be is a unique free dishwashing service, which is now available on over 100 campsites; in ten countries throughout Europe, with more being added on a weekly basis.
The Easy Be dishwashing service cleans and dries your dishes in 5 minutes, leaving you more time to enjoy with your family and friends, and best of all its free, every day!
Research shows that washing dishes by hand wastes water and energy, think of the times you've stood at the campsite sink pressing the button over and over again until the hot water comes through?
To find out which campsites offer this innovative facility, select 'Dishwashing Facilities' when searching for your next camping holiday.
With the addition of Skelwith Fold in Cumbria, 'Easy Be' facilities are now available in 12 countries.
Camping Riva Bella on Corsica became the first naturist campsite to become dishwashing free!
The 'Easy Be' dishwashers performed over 400.000 dishwashing runs during the 2018 season.
This summer 16,000,000 litres of fresh drinking water (& associated heating costs) was saved by campers using 'Easy Be' dishwashing facilities.
Do you own or manage a campsite that would like to offer this innovative camping facility?
Contact: 'Easy Be' on 0031 (0)6-29 506 200 or at easybe.nl
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Rob is the General Manager at Alan Rogers Travel Group, he is responsible for the ongoing development of the Alan Rogers website and publication of the Alan Rogers Guides.
He has been involved in the leisure industry since completing a BTEC in Travel & Tourism in 1993. Previous roles have included the promotion of tourism in Yorkshire and running a motorcycle touring company in the Australian Outback.