How to Write a Property Description for your B&B

July 7, 2010 at 2:13 pm Leave a comment

You’ve worked hard to create a top B&B – now’s the time to tell people about it.

First impressions are everything – you only get one chance to wow potential guests, and we see so many lovely B&Bs let down by a description that lacks both information and personality. is here to help you show off your B&B and boost those bookings with a really great property description.

Getting started

Woodlawn House in Killarney, IrelandBefore you begin writing your property description, sit down with a cup of coffee and a pen and paper, and think about how you want people to see your B&B. Note down some positive adjectives which you think best describe the feel of your property, as well as words which inspire the feelings you want your guests to experience. Words like ‘homely’, ‘chic’ or ‘elegant’ can really help to set the tone for your description.

If you’ve got it, flaunt it. Make a list of your B&B’s best bits, including the features that you’re most proud of, as well as those that always receive admiring comments from visitors. Have a look at your guestbook to see what has stood out for previous guests.

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