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Affordable professional websites for pubs, clubs, restaurants and hotels

Pub, Restaurant & Hotel Website Design Services.

If you’re looking for a cost-effective way to get your hospitality business online, we can help. Our feature-rich websites are surprisingly affordable, and will give you a web presence that shows you at your best.

Meeting your budget

We can offer three levels of website, depending on your budget. The starting point is a simple template which we can adapt to meet your own colour scheme. The next level is an advanced template system which will give your site a unique look plus full mobile functionality. That’s important, as people are increasingly looking at phones and tablets for ideas about places to go. If your site doesn’t work well on their mobile device, they’ll soon click away. The top level website is a fully-bespoke design, created to your specific requirements.

With both the advanced template and bespoke options, you can choose from a wide variety of modules and features so you get a site that does exactly what you want it to do.

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Some of the features available:

  • The ability to create and update pages for special offers, menus, accommodation and room types.
  • On-line booking system
  • On-line availability calendars
  • Website banner slide-shows
  • Virtual tours
  • Blog section
  • Social media Integration
  • Customer comments sections.
  • Video integration
  • The facility for customers to sign up to a mailing list
  • Email newsletter management
  • Multi language translation
  • Find us page which creates turn by turn directions to your address

We’ll make sure you get a site that works hard for your business at a price that fits your budget.

Let us know what you’re looking for an we’ll explain more about how we work and talk you through costs so you know what you’ll be spending before you start.

Pub & Hotel Website Design

To find out more, call us on 0845 838 8836 or click here to email us.

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