At the heart of the collaborative consumption in France. Started as a personnal blog referencing Magali’s friends, BedyCasa offers now a reference platform counting more than 260000 members. Its goal: offering a different way of travelling, more authentic and more economical.Staying at locals’ allow the travellers to discover a city, a culture and its traditions through the eyes of the locals. Leaving one’s suitcases at a local’s is a unique experience based upon the concepts of sharing, human interractions, exchanging things and impressions as well as diversity.
Today BedyCasa members come from 162 countries, all of whom have the same goal: discovering the world in a different way and enriching themselves from the personal and cultural points of view.
What does BedyCasa mean? ‘Bed’ represents the expression ‘Bed&Breakfast’and Casa implies Casa Rural, the Spanish and Portuguese version of the French Guest room. The ‘Y’ that’s in the center of BedyCasa represents ‘You’, as human beings are at the heart of the concept. Casa and Bed represent together all types of categories of host families.
You’ll have the possibility of renting out all sorts of housing: rooms for rent at locals’, host families, independent rooms or housing to rent, Bed & Breakfast, Guest rooms and gîtes (in France), Casas Rurales (in Spain and Portugal), Guest Houses, homestay, farms and hostels, riads (in Morrocco), Minshuku and Ryokan (in Japan).