How A Rom-Com Inspired A Travel Website (Jude Law, Not Included)


Facebook Love Home Swap The Holiday

Facebook/Love Home Swap

“You go to theirs, they come to yours.”

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This is Love Home Swap’s tagline. If you love how cozy and welcoming it sounds, then you’ll love the company’s backstory even more!

It was inspired by your (okay, we mean our) favorite Christmas movie: The Holiday. You know, when Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet swap their homes and encounter Jack Black and Jude Law perspectively?

Now, you can meet your own Jude Law. Thanks to Love Home Swap.

With more than 70,000 vacation homes in 160 countries, users can browse through all of them and coordinate on the website to exchange homes with the owners…FOR FREE.

If you can’t find a home that you want to stay in, you can collect travel credits to use later by hosting someone at your home when you’re on vacay.

If you fear that things will be stolen or broken at your pad, then take advantage of the “Swap Protection Pack” which offers accidental damage and trip cancellation protection for LHS’s members, so you can leave your home completely stress-free.

Destinations on LHS is expansive, they feature homes in major touristic countries that span from USA, UK all the way to Thailand and Australia. Not included: Jude Law.

Snap, too bad!

What do you think of Love Home Swap? Let us know in the comments.


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