Raywell Hall Country Lodge Park named Tourism and Hospitality winner at Business Awards
Raywell Hall Country Lodge Park was recognised for offering a 'unique experience' to its visitors as it was named winner of the Tourism and Hospitality Award at the Hull Daily Mail Business Awards last night.
Corporate leaders from across the region came together to celebrate a successful year at the Willerby Manor Hotel.
The night featured a speech from heavyweight politician Lord Mandelson, the High Steward of Hull, with TV presenter Helen Fospero presenting the awards in front of hundreds of guests.
There were 14 winners on the night, picked out by experienced judges with a detailed knowledge of the region’s business scene.
Speaking to the audience, Mail editor Neil Hodgkinson said:“We had a huge number of entries for the awards and I know the judges had a tough time choosing. Just getting shortlisted was difficult enough but the winners really do have something to be proud of."
Raywell Hall Country Lodge Park impressed the judges in offering not only a visitor attraction, but a true 'experience' for guests, something reflected by a 5-star rating and Excellence Award from public review site TripAdvisor.
David Coates, director of Raywell Hall Country Lodge Park, said:"We are absolutely thrilled to have been recognised with this award.
"It shows that we are having a positive impact on tourism for the region by not only attracting new people to East Yorkshire, but importantly leaving them with a lasting, positive impression of the region as a whole."