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Caerlaverock Cottages

Website design and build from Creatomatic

 

The Project

Caerlaverock Cottages is a portfolio of self-catering properties in Dumfries and Galloway. Looking to capitalise on the increase in self-catering holidays over the past couple of years, the client was looking to move away from using a range of third party platforms to having the cottages showcased on their own website. 

Our Role

The initial logo design idea was provided by the client, so Paul used this as a starting point for the design language for the new site. Pulling through the blue shade from the logo and using plenty of white space helps to communicate the tranquil location and the open space surrounding the cottages. 

As the client didn’t want to sign up for a booking system at this stage, Chris built an enquiry for that enables potential customers to select their dates before being shown a form that they could use to submit their details to make an initial booking enquiry.

The Result

The new site showcases the properties and the area, making a feature of the fantastic drone footage provided by the client. 

Alongside detailed information about each of the properties, the website also tells users about the local area, with each property located within a stone’s throw of Caerlaverock Nature Reserve, a Wildfowl and Wetland Trust (WWT) location and one of the UK’s most diverse areas of wetland. 

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