Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards 2014


Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards winners - Celtic Quest Coasteering (Best Access for the Disabled Visitor) & Kayak King (Best Day Out)

Pembrokeshire’s best of the best donned their black ties n posh frocks for last nights Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards 2014.

Thanks to the team at Pembrokeshire Tourism for putting on another fantastic event. This year it was held at The Wolfscastle Country Hotel & Allt-yr-Afon Restaurant – Super tasty food and great service.

The Celtic Quest Coasteering team were delighted to win the Best Access For The Disabled Visitor Award.
We’re always keen to enable everyone to try Coasteering at their own level and pace. If we can get you into a wetsuit and you’re happy to fully immerse yourself in Pembrokeshire’s coast, then we’ll find a way to get you out there 😀

Here’s the line-up of other category winners:
Outstanding Contribution To Tourism Award – Glyn Williams of Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo.
Best Customer Service Team – Web Adept – Online to Success.
Best Marketing Campaign – FBM Holidays.
Best Holiday Park, Caravan Park or Campsite – Croft Holiday Park
Best Non-Serviced Accommodation – Clydey Cottages Pembrokeshire
Sustainable Tourism – Cwtch Camping
Best Pembrokeshire Experience or Day Out – Kayak-King
Finest Pembrokeshire Breakfast – Fields Lodge Bed & Breakfast
Best Supplier – Ritec Valley Organics
Best Serviced Accommodation Under 12 Rooms – Gower View Luxury Bed & Breakfast
Best Event – Tenby Blues Festival
Best Serviced Accommodation 12 Rooms + The Grove Narberth
Exciting New Business or Owner – Wickedly Welsh Chocolate Co.
Best Eating Out Experience – Coast Saundersfoot

Check out what went on by searching #PTAwards2014 on twitter