Beautifully boutique – a new identity and website for a new hotel

Beautifully boutique – a new identity and website for a new hotel

We’re delighted to announce that we’ve been working on a brand new website for a brand new boutique hotel – Nos Da Ty.

We were really excited when our friend and client Peter Welch from Disney told us that during a cricket tour he had met Sri Lankan, Indra Weligamage (a former chef and travel guide). They realised they had a shared passion for the beautiful island where Indra was born and raised. Going into business together, they decided to build a beautiful boutique hotel and Nos Da Ty (meaning Good Night Hotel in Welsh) was born.

Before we set to work on the site, we needed to consider branding. Our strategy was to have Sri Lanka as a key focus to reflect their affection of the delectably diverse country.

This resulted in concepting and producing a logo, which literally outlines the country and even signs off with an ‘x’ shape. So in the logo, x literally marks the spot of the hotel. This clean, minimalist design is complemented by the rich primary brand colour of burgundy.

We use the logo as a consistent anchor across the shiny new website but that’s by no means all you’ll see online.

You’ll be invited to explore this relaxing and stylish retreat which is situated in Koggala, just five minutes from the beach. The three-storey hotel will give each visitor a truly unique experience with each stay different to next, allowing guest have the most wonderful time and create memories that will last a life time.


There are six rooms overlooking either the private tropical gardens or the freshwater swimming pool. There’s even two gorgeous self-catering garden bungalows.  You can explore the local area (and further afield) in your very own red tuk tuk or simply unwind in the spa – the possibilities are endless. A stay here is intimate and special. But why not take a look at paradise yourself? View the site here


  • June 9, 2017


    Looks great! Well done;)

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