It has taken many hours of research and development, testing and copy writing however we are finally there. So without any further ado welcome to our new website!
From what was an outdated website with limited functionality to a fully mobile responsive website which enables guests to leave comments on blog, news and event articles, read and write TripAdvisor reviews, view the weather forecast for the coming week, interact with the hotel on social media sites via their ‘Get Social’ page and book a table directly with the restaurant.
In addition to the above features we have optimised our website for use on smartphones and tablets. The new responsive layout makes finding the information you are looking for a breeze!
Mark Tavini, Owner and Manager of the Wycliffe, said:
“This is a fantastic step forward for us as a small, independent hotel. Whilst it can be difficult at times competing with the larger, chain organisations I feel that our re-deigned website, offering a more intuitive user experience better shows that we are one of Stockport’s premier venues.
One of my key requirements for the site was to ensure that we retained our ‘family feel’, whilst I feel that this has been achieved, especially though our ‘Join the Family’ and ‘Meet the Team’ offerings I would be interested in hearing your thoughts so please, by all means, leave us a comment below.
Richard Tavini, Marketing and Reception Manager, said:
“Our previous website, as some of your may well know, was starting to look a little dated and was most certainly lacking in usability. It served a purpose but it was most defiantly time to re-design.
With smartphones and tablets now leading the way it was, for me, imperative that our new website could offer guests not only a more consistent flow across all platforms but also some form of interactivity.
One of the most challenging aspects of the website re-design was ensuring that our developer, whoever it may be, shared the same views and values. Connor Home, a local developer has done a fantastic job and we cannot praise his efforts enough, nothing was too much trouble and he was not afraid to offer his own personal views. So to Connor we say thank you!”