Tourism Awards Regional Winners Revealed
The names of the Regional Winners for the National Tourism Awards for Wales were revealed yesterday.
Having received more than 400 nominations for the 2018 National Tourism Awards for Wales, 44 businesses have been selected as regional winners which will now make up the finalists list for the National Tourism Awards (external link).
The winners will be revealed at the Celtic Manor Resort, Newport, on Thursday 8 March.
The categories are as follows:
- Best Hotel
- Best Bed & Breakfast
- Best Self-Catering
- Best Caravan, Camping or Glamping,
- Best Attraction
- Best Activity
- Best Event
- Best Place to Eat
- Best Destination
- Young Tourism Person of the Year
- Tourism Business Innovation Award
Find out here who has been selected as regional winners and will be going forward to the National Tourism Awards for Wales 2018.
Tourism Minister Lord Elis-Thomas, yesterday said:
"I’m delighted that we can announce our regional winners today – who are all to be congratulated for making it to the final. We have seen an exceptionally high standard of entries this year - who all showcase the best of Wales' tourism businesses and I look forward to celebrating the industry's achievements at the National Tourism Awards at the Celtic Manor Resort next month."
Celtic Manor Resort Chief Executive Ian Edwards yesterday said:
"We are delighted to be hosting the 2018 National Tourism Awards for Wales and look forward to a fantastic evening celebrating the best of Welsh tourism. We congratulate all the regional winners and finalists and wish them the best of luck for the national awards ceremony which takes place here at Celtic Manor. We were very pleased to win the Gold Award for Best Business Tourism at the last National Tourism Awards for Wales and we know there will be many more worthy winners rewarded this year."
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