WordPress website redesign

Hudson Cottage, Cornwall

Created a new WordPress single-page website to showcase a holiday rental property in Cornwall after the business was bought by a new owner.

Hudson Cottage

In 2019, Gareth produced a website for our holiday cottage in Cornwall.

The overall look echoed the feel of the cottage and his attention to detail was beyond expectations. The functionality of the site was totally intuitive.

He was always willing to help, not only during development stages but also once the site was live and when continuing updates were required. Utterly efficient and easy to work with, Gareth has a deep understanding of what is required for each individual and a vast knowledge of how to achieve the best result.

Thank you for everything, Gareth.


Owner, Hudson Cottage


  • WordPress
  • Divi child theme
  • Graphic design
  • Google Analytics


Hudson Cottage

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Our collaboration

When Andy bought Hudson Cottage near Liskeard in Cornwall as a holiday cottage business, it already had a website set up. I worked with the previous owner to transfer the domain name and website to Andy’s name and to a new host, SiteGround. We then set about to redesign the site.

Andy was very clear what he wanted: a simple, modern, mobile-friendly website that was visually appealing to attract visitors.

We settled on an attractive single page design using new images commissioned by Andy. The result was a visually stunning site that placed the natural beauty of the property at the centre of the site.

Bookings were handled offsite via a third party which meant that the site could be built and launched within a few weeks.

My final task was to write documentation covering all aspects of the site from hosting and domain name to how WordPress was configured, as well as brief instructions on how to update the site.

Hudson Cottage

This site made the most of the stunning photography, drawing the visitor deeper into the website and helping them to imagine spending their holiday there.

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