How to Write Your Inn Description for Your iLoveInns Listing

We want your listing on to be as compelling as possible to our site visitors. We know that most guests look at photos first but once they are enticed to click on your description, we want your description to work well for you. Here is what we have found to be important.

1. Write a fresh description of your inn and location
 a. Do not cut and paste from any writing that is currently on any website. Otherwise  you create duplicate content which.
 b. Use different adjectives and ways to describe your most important features and include new points
 c. Think about how your guests describe your best features
 d. We have writers, some of them innkeepers themselves, who are available to write for you for $25 if you are too busy
2. Style

 a. You have between 200-250 words
 b. Write in 3rd person. There is another section, called the innkeepers commentary" where first person may be used. This is a Platinum level feature
 c. Use one space (not 2) between periods and next sentence
3. Samples:
Charles Street inn
Elegantly gracing the historic district of Beacon Hill, this inn was built as a model home in 1860 featuring Second Empire decor. Exquisite luxury resonates from this meticulously renovated and refurbished delight. Each amenity-filled guest bedroom is named after a famous local Victorian who contributed to the arts and is tastefully furnished to reflect that character. Plush comforts include large air-jet whirlpool spa tubs, refrigerators stocked with complementary beverages, marble fireplaces, stereo CDs, DSL Internet access, Crabtree & Evelyn toiletries, Frette linens, robes and slippers, Turkish rugs, antiques, oil paintings and much more. A deluxe continental breakfast is savored in the privacy of the room. The sights of the city beckon and are even more enjoyable knowing what splendor awaits back at the inn. 
Rice Hope Plantation Inn
Resting on 285 secluded acres of natural beauty, this historic mansion sits among oaks on a bluff overlooking the Cooper River. A stay here is a visit to yesteryear, where it is said to be 45 short minutes and three long centuries from downtown Charleston. Formal gardens boast a 200-year-old camellia and many more varieties of trees and plants, making it a perfect setting for outdoor weddings or other special occasions. Nearby attractions include the Trappist Monastery at Mepkin Plantation, Francis Marion National Forest and Cypress Gardens.
Tradewinds Carmel
Asian-inspired architecture and décor blends with a tropical flair at this premier boutique hotel. Relax in the courtyard with soothing sounds of a stream, fountains and fire elements or in the meditation garden featuring towering temple bamboo and lush plants. Many of the inviting guest bedrooms and suites include jetted tubs, Frette Egyptian cotton linens, goosedown feather beds, fireplaces, private balconies and ocean views. After a continental breakfast indulge in a spa treatment. Experience the many sites and attractions of the Monterey Peninsula. Concierge services are available. Special packages are offered throughout the year.