Thursday, 23 June 2011

Noted Powys restaurant and hotel earns green award

Britain’s smallest town and popular tourist destination for UK family holidays, Llanwrtyd Wells, famous for its bog snorkelling and man versus horse race, is back in the headlines. And it is thanks to a local country house.

Lasswade Country House and Restaurant at Llanwrtyd Wells, is owned and run by Roger and Emma Stevens, and they triumphed at the prestigious annual Considerate Hoteliers Association’s Hotel of the Year Awards in London last week.

The awards, which celebrate the best in environmental, sustainable and socially responsible performance, are open to all UK hotels and small accommodation operations.

Mr and Mrs Stevens collected a new award, Considerate Small Accommodation Provider of the Year 2010/11, at the annual presentation lunch held at The Savoy, London.

The award is presented to the small accommodation operation of 10 bedrooms or under, which is considered to have made the most significant achievements and proved most inspirational in terms of its green journey during 2010, without all the trappings and resources of big business.

Mrs Stevens was also runner up for Considerate Green Champion Award, just beaten by Debra Patterson of the Savoy Hotel, making this hotel a great choice for your UK family holiday.

Lasswade Country House is not new to the awards, having previously won the CHA’s Sustainable Food Award for three years.

Mr and Mrs Stevens established Lasswade Country House in 2001. The Edwardian eight-bedroom hotel with its impressive views, also has two AA Food rosettes. The Lasswade Country House has been an Eco Tourism Business leader for nine years and won a Green Tourism Business Gold Award in 2010.

The hotel, which enjoys panoramic views over the surrounding beautiful countryside, is a long-standing member of Mid Wales Tourism, an independent organisation representing the tourism and hospitality industry in Powys, Ceredigion and Meirionnydd.

(EDITOR: Llongyfarchiadau!)

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