Published on : Monday, October 21, 2019
Designed to celebrate as well as display the outstanding tourism industry of the region, the biennial awards brought together about 42 finalists in almost 13 categories for an impressive event at The Hafren, Newtown. Jonathan Jones, a Welsh tourism personality compered the evening.
The awards are organised by MWT Cymru together with the Mid Wales Tourism Forum, a public and sector partnership and Visit Wales, the tourism wing of the Welsh Government. A dedicated Tourism Awards Advisory Group was set up specially to help with the awards.
The winners were Corris Mine Explorers, Corris, who collected the Best Activity / Experience Award, Dan-Yr-Ogof National Showcaves Centre for Wales, Abercraf, who added the Best Visitor Attraction Award, sponsored by the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society, to its list of honours, Wonderwool Wales, Builth Wells, who secured the Best Event Award and Ty Cwch, Cwmtydu, near Llandysul , who received the Tourism Innovation Award, sponsored by Cambrian Training.
The Trefeddian Hotel grabbed the Best Hotel Award, Aberdyfi, Gwesty Cymru, Aberystwyth collected the Best Guest Accommodation Award, Mid Wales Holiday Lets, Rhayader celebrated winning the Best Self Catering/ Self Contained Accommodation Award, The Nags Head, Garthmyl was judged the Best Place to Eat or Drink and Fforest Fields, Hundred House, near Llandrindod Wells won the Best Holiday / Camping / Touring Park Award, sponsored by Salop Leisure.
Now, all the winners of the award will represent Mid Wales at the Wales National Tourism Awards in March 2020.
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