National Tourism Awards Wales 2015

The finalists have been announced and we're delighted that seven Pembrokeshire businesses have been shorlisted.

The awards showcase the very best in Welsh tourism from the best places to stay and eat, to Wales’ best event. It also celebrates the best visitor welcome, rising stars in the industry and acknowledges tourism businesses that are supporting and developing their staff, as well as crowning the best in business tourism. 

On the night, 25th March 2015, our fingers, and toes, will be crossed for...

Best Day Out - Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo

Best Event: large  - The Long Course Weekend

Best Place to Eat: Large - Coast, Saundersfoot

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Best place to Eat: Pub - Griffin Inn, Dale

Best Place to Stay: Self-Catering - Clydey Cottages

Rising Tourism Star - Tim Rees at Quality Cottages

Tourism Skills Development - The Grove, Narberth

All of us here at Visit Pembrokeshire wish our shortlisted businesses good luck and keep an eye out on Facebook and Twitter for the announcement of the winners. 

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 I can’t believe I waited so long to explore the southwest tip of Wales. Stunning coastline, thrilling adventures and lots of love in the form of a cwtch, Pembrokeshire has stolen my heart. 

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