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Cotswolds Tourism Awards 2013 Winners Announced

February 24, 2014

Some of SoGloss highlights include: Large hotel of the year gold award went to The Montpellier Chapter , silver went to the Three Ways House Hotel and bronze to Cotswold Four Pillars Hotel . Very good hotels have a way of becoming part of the local community as well as being a great place for visitors. Montpellier Chapter has achieved this in Cheltenham, organisers said. Bed and breakfast / guest accommodation of the year gold went to East House in Broadway, silver to Whittington Lodge Farm and bronze to The Seagrave Arms . East House B&B covers the essentials of friendliness and cleanliness perfectly but has additional touches that raise it to most excellent. An optional pianola performance is available for guests and is just one addition to the unique character of East House. Small hotel of the year gold went to Calcot Manor , silver to The Lamb Inn in Burford and Bronze to The Manor House Hotel . Calcot Manor is recognised across the Cotswolds tourism industry as a terrifically well-run business. In a tough year, the hotel has remained busy through investment, careful marketing and an offer that embraces one of the countrys best spas, an OFSTED registered creche and fine or pub dining. Large visitor attraction of the year gold went to Batsford Arboretum , silver to Cotswold Farm Park and bronze to Sudeley Castle . Batsford Arboretum, near Moreton in Marsh has invested in a new garden shop, plant centre and cafe, designed with real style to reflect the collections trees and shrubs from Asia. Small visitor attraction of the year gold went to Corinium Museum , silver to Bourton House Garden and bronze to Stanway House .
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