Glynn Barton Holiday Cottages Awarded Silver for Best Self-Catering in the South West 2106.
Glynn Barton holiday cottages in Cornwall has been awarded Silver for best Self-Catering in the South West at the region’s annual tourism excellence awards.
The South West awards are the biggest scheme of their kind and follow a rigorous three stage judging process. They attracted 490 entries from as far afield as Salisbury in the east, the Isles of Scilly in the west and Cirencester in the north. Successful entries from the Dorset, Cornwall and Devon Tourism Awards were all considered, alongside direct entries from Wiltshire, Somerset, Bath, Bristol and Gloucestershire.
Entrants underwent a rigorous short-listing process with visits carried out by a team of 42 judges and mystery shoppers. Glynn Barton Holiday Cottages received the Silver Award for best Self-Catering at the prestigious awards ceremony in Exeter Cathedral on 4th February, representing the ‘grande finale’ of the 10 month regional awards programme.
Glynn Barton has eight beautifully designed holiday cottages set in the hills of the Glynn Valley with the owners Steve Randall and Shirley Pool proud to focus the business on delivering a perfect Cornish family holiday, especially for those with young children.
Steve Randall, owner of Glynn Barton Holiday Cottages, said: “We were absolutely delighted to have been finalists in the South West Tourism awards and so proud to have won Silver. Glynn Barton offers a unique family holiday where families can be totally immersed in the countryside and leave everything behind.”
Glynn Barton’s family friendly holiday cottages date back to the early 18th century and are approached by a long private drive two miles from the hamlet of Cardinham in North Cornwall. The farm has eight holiday cottages ranging from one bedroom to three bedroom, equipped with a range of excellent facilities to provide the perfect family-focused self-catering holiday. On-site facilities at the resort include an indoor heated swimming pool, tennis court, children’s play areas, farm animals, an onsite farm shop and the new Camelot play area which is available to all guests visiting in 2016.