Connell’s House & Barn

Website design with SuperControl integration from Creatomatic.

Work: Connell’s House & Barn

Connell’s House & Barn approached Creatomatic eager to develop a new SuperControl website to market their luxury, self-catering holiday properties in County Meath, Ireland.

Working to a supplied brief, team design set about developing a fresh and breathable site design. Fresh, clean and modern were consistent buzz words that kept popping up in the brief and the team were keen to ensure this was reflected across the site. Imagery was also identified as key to the site and with a rather stunning portfolio of supplied imagery to hand, this job was made that bit easier.

Connell’s take bookings from around the world, and it was important the site explored the local area too, showcasing it to visitors.

The colour scheme for the site was developed by Creatomatic’s design team using the supplied branding guidelines, and a big focus on the layout of the site was about user interaction. What would a user would want to know about the area, and how could we communicate that?

I would highly recommend their services for any self catering holiday business who are looking to develop their own website and booking system.

Karla Piner, Owner


  • Smoother, faster booking process for potential customers
  • New user-friendly design to showcase the properties and region
  • Mobile-first layout with full user editing functionality via WordPress

‘Creatomatic’s experience working with SuperControl was a huge advantage when integrating the booking system within my website.’

Karla Piner, Owner

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