Client: St Aubyns
Date: November 2014

Marazion’s Godolphin Arms is a popular beachside inn, positioned just across the causeway from St Michael’s Mount.

Taking a strategic approach, we established new branding for the Godolphin Arms in time for the reopening of its refurbished restaurant. This branding was rolled out across all of its marketing platforms and communications, both off- and online. We carried out website design and development, created printed material and, using our experience in signage design, heightened the identity on the building’s interior and exterior.

The Godolphin Arms logo and word mark.
The alphabet in a hand-painted typography style. Different words put together in a hand-painted typography style.

Adding personality

Alongside styled interior photography we utilised illustration to add greater depth and personality to the brand. This followed through into interior elements and all areas of the print and digital output.

A picture on the wall above a table, on which is a pint of beer.
The Godolphin Arms logo painted on the side of the inn. The entrance to Godolphin Arms. A woman stands on the Godolphin Arms balcony, looking out at St Michael's Mount. The restaurant at Godolphin Arms.
A range of Godolphin Arms printed materials, such as restaurant menus, business cards and letterheads.
An illustration of a crab, mussels, a fish and a scallop. illustration of the Godolphin Arms in Cornwall. An illustration of a crab.
The Godolphin Arms website homepage mocked up on iPhone.
The Godolphin Arms website restaurant page mocked up on a smartphone.
The stay page on the Godolphin Arms website mocked up on a smartphone.
The Godolphin Arms website mocked up on a tablet.
The 'hold an event' page on the Godolphin Arms website mocked up on tablet.
The Godolphin Arms website homepage.

Interior photography by Anya Rice
Illustration by Abby Cook