By / 5th August, 2015 / General / 2 Comments

logoWelcome to our new website!  The website is finally launched after months of planning and creative thinking from all the team here at Kidwells House and in conjunction with local Hereford business The DM Lab. We first heard about The DM Lab through local networking and a referral.  When we approached them they were enthusiastic and came across with a clear idea of what we wanted to portray. We asked for a website which would feel welcoming and warm but professional!  A key component was that it would be responsive to mobile devices, an essential for any business with a website now.  But it also had to be easy for us to manage updates quickly to keep up with the nature of our business.  Chris and Dale have listened to our ideas and suggestions and helped bring our vision to life. We are extremely pleased with the final result.

We chose WordPress as our platform because of its ease of use and have found it really easy to update and maintain.  We make regular updates to our blog and like to post pictures and reviews from around the Bed & Breakfast regularly to give potential guests a true picture of what they can expect.  We also plan to develop the ‘About Herefordshire’ tab in the very near future. Get in touch now if you would like your tourism business featured here.


To complement our new design, we invested in professional photographs of all the bedrooms, dining area, garden and conservatory.  Richard Weaver was our chosen photographer.  We met Richard again through networking and from seeing his work with other local businesses.  Richard worked tirelessly on our photo shoot offering top tips for good photographs and producing a catalogue of photographs which give a real feel for our business.

We have thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience of working in collaboration with other local business people, if anybody would like anymore feedback on these fantastic local people, do not hesitate to ask us.

Read all about our journey with the DM Lab from their side here