National Tourism Awards for Wales 2010


National Tourism Awards for Wales 2010

Celtic Quest Coasteering were recently shortlisted as finalists at the
National Tourism Awards for Wales 2010 for the Digital Marketing Award.

“We were delighted to have been shortlisted as one of the three finalists.
As 2010 is only our second season of operation, to have our digital marketing efforts recognised nationally was incredible.
We have worked hard to develope a strong online presense, utilising various social media platforms such as Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and Trip Advisor. It’s great to be able to interact with potential customers and previous clients in so many diverse ways.”
The Celtic Quest team

Pembs took home a respectable number of awards, proving that
Pembrokeshire really is an outstanding place to visit.

Pembrokeshire’s award winners were:

Best Place to Stay (Large Serviced Accommodation) – The
Grove near Narberth, which only opened in 2009

Best Self Catering Place to Stay (Large) – Clydey Cottages,

Best Family Day Out  – Folly Farm, Begelly, praised for being
excellent value for money for families with children of all ages

Digital Marketing Award – Folly Farm, Begelly

Partnership Award – West Wales Tourism Associations, including
Pembrokeshire Tourism

The West Wales Tourism Associations won the inaugural Best
Partnership award for their excellent work on behalf of
tourism businesses in South West Wales.

Also shortlisted for awards were:

Best Place to Stay (Large Serviced Accommodation) – St
Brides Spa Hotel, Saundersfoot

Best Place to Stay (Caravan & Camping) – Swallow Tree
Gardens Holiday & Leisure, Saundersfoot

Best Community Event – The Really Wild Food &
Countryside Festival, St Davids

Digital Marketing Award – Celtic Quest Coasteering, Ambleston

Sense of Place Award – Oriel Y Parc, St Davids

Sustainable Tourism Award – Asheston Eco Barns, Penycwm

Not a wetsuit in sight!

Cleopatra & Jordan at the awards ceremony, The Vale Resort,
National Tourism Awards for Wales 2010