Devon Tourism Award Finalist

Wednesday 11th October, 2017|Category: News

We are absolutely delighted to have been announced as a finalist in the Devon Tourism Awards in the Venue and Business Tourism Award category. We are looking forward to the Awards ceremony in November at Plymouth Guildhall.

The following information was provided by the Devon Tourism Awards.

Devon’s leading tourism businesses have been chosen for the finals of the Devon Tourism Awards which will be presented at a prestigious ceremony on 23rd November 2017.

This year saw a record of 205 entries and an increase to 25 categories in the competition which is now in its 8th year following its launch in 2010. A new category was added for Guided Tours, with many changes to other awards to reflect the fast changing nature of global tourism. 76 finalists were selected all of whom will be in suspense until 23rd November when they will learn whether they have won Gold, Silver, Bronze or special awards.

The winners will be announced at the Awards Ceremony on 23rd November in the Guildhall in Plymouth, where the event will be hosted by Britain’s leading travel commentator, Simon Calder.

Successful businesses in the Devon Tourism Awards will also be fast tracked into the South West Tourism Excellence Awards in February 2018, with nominees in matching categories invited to represent Devon in the National VisitEngland Awards later in 2018.

Mark Warnes, Property & Portfolio Director at Headline Sponsors Hoseasons, says:

Awards organiser Robin Barker of Services for Tourism commented:

Congratulations to every business that has been shortlisted and given highly recommended. The full list of can be found by clicking here. We wish everyone the best of luck!

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