Probably the easiest way if you have no experience is to get an account that has a site builder with it. All you have to do then is enter the information and the program will generate the pages for you.
If you want something a little better you might purchase a program such as Dream Weaver, then buy "Dream Weaver for dummies" and spend the time to get a nice original design.
There are a number of WYSIWYG programs available these days and almost anyone can make a passable website provided they have the time and patience.
What is your website for? This could be a factor in what you use to build it.
Asking people when you're not sure about something is another way you'll start learning.
I've been making websites for just over 5 years now. I started off coding everything by hand in notepad but have moved up to programs such as Dreamweaver and the like. Wordpress is also a great option for new websites, it's easy to design for and even easier to use when administering the site from the back end.
Lots of free themes out there and paid of course. So you wont have any problems finding a design that matches your needs. Free website builders are an option but with the abundance of free templates for Wordpress and Joomla to name a couple i recommend this direction first, to get up and running. Then you can learn the HTML/DREAMWEAVER bit