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VisitEngland Announces Winners Of 2018 Rose Awards
VisitEngland has revealed the winners of the fourth annual ROSE Awards at the Independent Hotel Show in London and they include 12 Yorkshire properties.

This year ROSE Awards have been given to 100 recipients across England, highlighting those accommodation providers giving visitors the warmest of welcomes.

Yorkshire winners include a range of hostels, guest houses and self-catering properties including: Clock Farm House, York; Copper Horse Cottages, Scarborough; Crescent Lodge, Ripon; Hazel Manor, Harrogate; Higher Scholes Cottage, Oakworth; Old Oak Cottages, Thirsk; Old Vicarage Farm, Richmond; Red House, Scarborough; Spring Bank House, Hawes; The Alexander, Scarborough; The Old Coach House, Ripon and the YHA Kettlewell, Skipton.

The awards recognise owners, management and employees of establishments that go above and beyond, making customers’ experiences extra special, irrespective of star rating, style or accommodation type.

VisitEngland Director Patricia Yates said:
“A range of outstanding accommodation providers right across the country are being recognised. It is the human touch that these people provide that make visitors’ experiences memorable, ensuring repeat business and helping the industry thrive.”

VisitEngland Announces Winners Of 2018 Rose Awards, 20th October 2018, 22:46 PM