Reech is delighted to announce the launch of Black Hall’s new brand and website...
Reech designed a new brand identity for Black Hall Lodges, in 2018, that reflected their elegant and luxurious business. This marked the first phase in the website design process, allowing the Reech Development team to create a brand new bespoke website themed around the new brand.
The new brand was designed to suit both print and digital formats and Reech also designed a complete set of marketing materials for the business, including brochures, stationery, folders and signage.
Website design and development for Black Hall Lodges...
Reech created a brand new bespoke WordPress website to showcase Black Hall’s lavish lodge accommodations, it’s breath-taking surroundings and facilities, including an indoor pool and hot tubs. Customers will be able to book online for lodges sleeping up to six people and discover what to do in the area.
The new and improved website was built with Black Hall Lodges customers in mind. The site is easy to navigate, quick loading, aesthetically pleasing and all presented under a simple structure.
An on-location photoshoot with art direction, along with fully optimised copyrighting across the website were other elements implemented by Reech as part of the project.
More about Black Hall Lodges...
Black Hall Lodges is one of Shropshires superior holiday lets, just a mile from Offa’s Dyke, close to the historic town of Knighton. The new website and brand highlights its opulence and showcases its beautiful lodges and surrounding areas.
The business started off as a small family lodge park and has since been transformed into a luxury lodge park.
Creative Director, Dena Evans commented on the new brand and website:
“We’ve been working with Black Hall Lodges for a number of years so its been really exciting to watch their business grow and evolve into a luxury lodge accommodation. We wanted to create something that reflected the brands’ luxury but contemporary feel, and through this simple branding concept, we think we’ve achieved that.”