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Nottinghamshire Tourism Awards 2017 Winners

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The awards opened with TV chef Dean Edwards before a speech was made by the Chief Executive of Visit Nottinghamshire, Brendan Moffett.

The biggest winners on the night were White Post Farm who managed to scoop two awards on the evening, ‘Family Friendly Attraction of the Year’ and ‘Large Visitor Attraction of the Year’.

A host of other top Nottinghamshire based companies went on to win awards through the night, including Hart’s Hotel, National Justice Museum, Lost City Adventure Golf and more.

The complete list of winners is published below:

Self-Catering Property of the Year, sponsored by CDA

– Winner: Langar Near the Hall

– Runners Up: Premier Suites, The Sherwood Hideaway

Holiday Park / Village of the Year, sponsored by RBS

– Winner: The Sherwood Hideaway

– Runners up: Milestone Caravan Park, Forest Holidays

Boutique / Guest Accommodation of the Year, sponsored by Flame UK

– Winner: The Carriage Hall

– Runners up: East Bridgford Hall, The Nottinghamshire Residence Hotel

Family Friendly Attraction of the Year, sponsored by The Marquee Company Ltd

– Winner: White Post Farm

– Runners Up: Stonebridge City Farm, Lost City Adventure Golf

Hotel of the Year, sponsored by Quadrant Events

– Winner: Hart’s Hotel

– Runners Up: St. James Hotel, Best Western Plus Westminster

Guided Tour of the Year, sponsored by Pear Communications

– Winner: Nottingham Robin Hood Town Tour

– Runners up: Creswell Crags, Madame Parboiled

Tourism Pub of the Year, in association with NRBA

– Winner: The Cross Keys, Epperstone

– Runners up: Doctors Orders, Brewhouse and Kitchen

Taste of Nottinghamshire Award, sponsored by Robin Hood Energy

– Winner: Annie’s Burger Shack

– Runners up: Calcutta Club, Hart’s Restaurant

Retail Venue of the Year, sponsored by Elements Marketing

– Winner: Sauce and Brown

– Runners up: The Treat Kitchen, Dukki Designs

Large Visitor Attraction of the Year, sponsored by Gigantic

– Winner: White Post Farm

– Runners up: Go Ape, Lost City Adventure Golf

Small Visitor Attraction of the Year, sponsored by Gloworm Festival

– Winner: National Justice Museum

– Runners up: Clip n Climb, Elk Motorsport

Visitor Attraction of the Year, sponsored by Sherwood Universal

– Winner: Lost City Adventure Golf

– Runners up: Escapologic, Clip n Climb

Business Tourism Award, sponsored by TMRjobs.com

– Winner: De Vere East Midlands Conference Centre

– Runner up: St. James Hotel, Beeston Fields

Nottinghamshire Tourism Ambassador:

– Winner: Ade Andrews

The Nottinghamshire Tourism Awards team would like to thank all sponsors, staff and everybody involved in the awards.

A spokesperson from the Awards has said:

“it was a fantastic night and it’s so good to celebrate everything that is great about the Tourism sector in the city and county. We would like to congratulate all the winners and also the runners up!”

The winners of the awards are now able to go forward and apply for the VisitEngland awards in their respective categories.

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Posted on 27 October 2017

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