Trevornick Holiday Park in Newquay, United Kingdom has been selected as a nominee for the 2022 Cornwall Tourism Awards in the Camping and Caravanning Park of the year category.
Alongside more than 60 other finalists across categories that cover various lodging types, hospitality companies, and other attractions, the park, located in Holywell Bay near Newquay, is guaranteed to receive either the gold, silver, or bronze award, according to a news report by The Packet.
“We are delighted to have reached the shortlist for this year’s Cornwall Tourism Awards,” said Adrian Tribe, general manager of Trevornick.
“The tourism industry has faced a difficult time over the past couple of years, with yet more challenges ahead, and the Trevornick Team has worked tirelessly to provide our guests with the best service and most memorable holidays in Cornwall.”
In its 21st year, Cornwall Tourism Awards is Duchy’s most prestigious celebration for companies working in the tourism sector.
The applicants must show excellence in all aspects of their business, including customer service, cleanliness accessibility, sustainability, and accessibility, in addition to an ongoing drive to improve and create.
The hopefuls have been evaluated over several months by an expert panel of experts in the field, including visits to the site and interviews, while also providing evidence of recent accomplishments.
The winners will be announced during the award ceremony on the 17th of November on a Thursday that will be held on November 17 at Truro Cathedral, with representatives from the Trevornick Team attending the event.