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We all need some inspiration from time to time – and when it comes to web design, that’s no exception!

No matter if you’re an owner with one vacation apartment, the manager of a cozy countryside B&B or a professional property manager with a whole portfolio of rentals, a great website is always key to achieving bookings.

So if you’re looking to build your site from scratch, or update your existing website to make it more modern and appealing, you’re bound to find plenty of creative ideas in this article.

Let us introduce you to these 20 beautiful Lodgify vacation rental websites. Explore them at your leisure and pay attention to everything they’re doing well. This includes: high-quality photos, company logos, clear layout and navigation, attractive colors and eye-catching call-to-action buttons.

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Single Property Vacation Rental Websites

Bursting with full-screen photos and lots of attention to detail when it comes to branding, these Lodgify-built websites belong to owners with one unique vacation rental property.

The Lisboans

There are some enviable personalized touches that feature in this website’s images, such as the branded The Lisboans shampoo bottle, door sign and tote bag.

Villa Maestrali

Villa Maestrali’s logo looks to have been drawn directly from the property, and reinforces the promise of lush green vegetation waiting for its guests.

Villa Papelillos

Social proof by way of the Airbnb Superhost badge helps build credibility for Villa Papelillos and helps site visitors to trust their website.

SurfLodge Limasan

By using people in their photos, SurfLodge Limasan looks full of life and helps the guest to really imagine themselves staying there while on vacation in Bali.

Casa dei Mosaici

Casa dei Mosaici has perfectly matched the sky to the call-to-action button, creating a pleasant color balance on the homepage.

Mammoth Mountain Lodge

Popping color accents, modern lighting designs and an invitingly spacious feel are a winning combination in this photo from Mammoth Mountain Lodge’s homepage slideshow.

Kabin Sutton

The geometric logo reflects the property’s square, compact shape, and the customized monochrome palette of the website reflects the natural snowy Canadian landscape.

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Multi-Property Vacation Rental Websites

When you have multiple properties on your books, it can be hard to decide how to showcase them all. We’ve hand-picked this selection of some of our favorite multi-property websites to help you get started. Which will you use for inspiration?

Exclusive Private Villas

Exclusive Private Villas have opted for an elegant look and feel for their website, which flawlessly complements their high-end property offerings.

Coast & Country

Coast & Country really hit the mark with their simple yet effective branding. The repetition of their abstract logo helps to create a sense of continuity for the visitor.

Restly

Restly have coordinated the color of their buttons with these quirky icons which explain the benefits of renting with them. A novel way to get the message across quickly and clearly!

8villas

If your properties are located in warm climes like those of 8villas in Mallorca, there is plenty you can do to attract guests. Start by hiring a professional photographer to capture the essence of each unique holiday home, which will ultimately help convert lookers into bookers!

Te Amo Playa

An eye-catching fuchsia accent helps make prices and buttons pop on the Te Amo Playa website.

Top Menorca

As well as full-width photos that will make any viewer want to pack up and head straight for the island, Top Menorca have created a series of cards which link to mini listing pages displaying the properties which are most suitable for couples, families with kids, rural getaways and so on.

Urban Quarters

Urban Quarters uses icons and cards to show guests, at a glance, some advantages of using their services. This makes the information very clear and coherent – great for guests who want to find out more quickly.

Petit Chateau

Sweeping images of grandiose chateaus and palace-like buildings take pride of place on the Petit Chateau homepage. Plus, their in-depth content about the region also helps them to rank for local search terms.

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Bed & Breakfast Websites

Our vacation rental software also supports different room types which means that building a website for your bed and breakfast or guest house has never been easier. Take a look at this range of gorgeous B&B websites made using Lodgify.

Sand Rock Farm

Just as the tagline suggests, Sand Rock Farm’s effortlessly beautiful website and harmonizing color scheme paints it as the perfect getaway.

The Twig

The natural, earthy tones used in The Twig’s website design strengthen its appeal as a peaceful, green, countryside location.

O Veleiro

With a green color scheme that matches its jungle feel, the O Veleiro bed and breakfast uses vibrant, bright photos to highlight the best features. Visible buttons linking to social media sites make it easy to stay connected.

Rottachseehof

Modern typography and contrasting red call-to-action buttons help set the tone for a contemporary yet rustic lakeside retreat at Rottachseehof.

Hidden Gem Bed & Breakfast

With interior design touches that coordinate wonderfully with the website color scheme, this Barbadian property is a true hidden gem.

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These are just a handful of some of the amazing vacation rental websites that have been built using Lodgify. If you’re thinking about creating your own for your business, don’t hesitate to start our 14-day free trial!

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  1. Jonathan Ham Reply

    http://turquoisehousescottsdale.com also uses Lodgify and is a new, beautiful site!

  2. gary Reply

    These are beautiful sites but the important thing is how will travelers find your site?

    • Jess Ashworth Reply

      Hi Gary,

      It’s a very good question that we’re often asked.

      One of the most important things to do from the beginning is optimize your website for SEO. Lodgify website templates are already SEO-friendly, meaning you can optimize images, alt descriptions, meta information, title tags, headers and so on. Performing a good, thorough keyword research before writing any content on your site is also essential so that you know exactly what terms will help guests to find your website, and which ones will help you rank against your competitors. Furthermore, recently, we’ve seen more and more owners name their OTA listings with their brand name to try and attract attention outside of the listing site. Guests are wising up to traveler fees on these websites, so will do their research to see if they can get a better deal by booking direct on the owner’s website.

      There are plenty of resources available out there to help you with SEO for your website, but one of our biggest recommendations is to write relevant, area-specific content to pit yourself as the expert in this location. This will help draw in visitors who are searching for more generic terms like “What to do in [city]” or “best restaurants in [town]”. Check out this article for 101 content ideas for your vacation rental.

      Hope that helps! Any other questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

      Best wishes,

      Jess

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