With White Stone Marketing clients we strategize and develop state-of-the-art bed and breakfast website designs. We couple the goals of our bed and breakfast or boutique hotel clients with the many years of our own experience with laboriously analyzing and tracking results to create stunning websites that is a balance between art and science. The art is the exceptional graphic design, logos, branding and the overall “wow” factor. The science is strategically integrating proven search engine optimization that coupled with our ongoing hotel internet marketing plans creates goal crushing years. No two websites are alike with White Stone Marketing and they are responsive as well as a content management system giving you and your staff control to easily make changes yourself if you desire. Whether your target markets reach you via desktops, tablets or mobile devices you will have a beautiful, functional website that renders wonderfully and achieves higher conversions for your business.
View our custom bed and breakfast website designs below and contact us to receive a custom quote to make your vision a reality.
The Challenge: John and Tammy Breymeier had been dreaming for a long time – a dream to get out of the corporate world and open an inn and restaurant! They found the perfect inn located in the Adirondacks in Chestertown, NY. The list of challenges for new innkeepers is long and varied. However, with Tammy’s […]
The Challenge: I receive calls almost daily from innkeepers interested in hearing about our services and hoping for helpful tips to spice up their marketing. Many times, these calls are from owners of very small inns who operate on a shoestring budget and need a little professional assistance. In these instances, I generally refer them […]
The Challenge: Laura Saba and Courtney Lodico, owners and sisters of www.dcinns.com, are a dynamic duo I have had the privilege of knowing and working with for many years. This is our SECOND White Stone site for this amazing property. And, as is always the case when you do a second or third site for […]
The Challenge: At the PAII Conference in Charleston at the beginning of 2014, our company did a panel presentation in which all members of our team along with some very savvy innkeepers reviewed, critiqued and consulted on the overall marketing presence of various audience members’ properties. Afterwards, we had the pleasure of meeting many innkeepers […]
The Challenge: Cassandra Hazen contacted us for marketing and developing a new custom website design. They are in one of the most beautiful places on earth but didn’t have the photos to show it. The experience of the property is crucial in their success and this needed to be a clear visually with the new […]
The Challenge: When Elizabeth Anne Brooke and Elizabeth G. Brooke contacted us, I was very concerned. Their website must have been as old as the hills – possibly older and they seemed to really love it. But, they also knew they were losing ground and were quite willing to hear what I had to say. […]
The Challenge: Every now and then a client comes along who outshines just about everyone else. Judy is one of those. I’m sure birds and sunshine hold up her cape as she runs through the forest…but I digress. Finding anything challenging about Judy would simply be a futile effort. However, her property does have its […]
The Challenge: Now this was a FUN challenge! Nick and Gillian Kite, owners of both the Wine Way Inn and Craftsman Inn, had waited many years to become a White Stone client. We had worked with another property in Calistoga, CA when they first contacted us and because of our exclusivity, we had to turn […]
The Challenge: As sometimes happens when you have a long time marketing partnership with a client, you also become friends. Gary and Sylvia Muller are those special type of people that are not only exceptional in character but exceptional in business. They have two properties in East Hampton and we took on a unique challenge […]
The Challenge: We’ve been doing this web thing for a long time now – 20 years to be exact. And, with that much history, you get to know some folks in this small industry very well. Jerry and Mary Phillips happen to be one of those folks that became friends many years ago. They were […]