You may want to start with find a local independent letting agent and ask them to find you a suitable tenant for a one off fee and take over the management your self.
Here are a few tips if thinking of letting a property, by law you need have gas and electricity certificates and a energy performance certificates carried out before you let your home out, you can source these trades people out by doing a google search in your local area. Please make sure that the gentleman who carries out the gas certificate is Corgi registered and the Domestic energy assessor providing the energy performance certificate is accredited.http://www.eeassessors.com/epcs.html
You will need to take a deposit for the protection of furnishing and fittings in the property, this protects you the landlord and the tenant. You will need to find a deposit scheme that you can bank the money with for the safe keeping of landlord or tenant, if a dispute should arise.http://www.depositprotection.com/
Also you will need an inventory carried out this records all your furnishings and internal and external goods and makes a note of condition of furnishings and fittings backed up by photographs, this can be used in a court of law if a dispute should arise from the tenant who may vandal or destroying your property, (Tenancy protection scheme)
If you do not have any of the above in place it could work out very costly in the long run.
Smoke detectors should be places in the property also