Posts posted in eviivo awards

These awards are for properties who excel in all areas, great overall businesses leaving all their guests with great stories to tell! This award is based on a combination of our data about your property (from your performance online, reviews from guests etc.) and information from you about what makes your property unique and special. This year the awards were presented by our CEO, Michele Fitzpatrick alongside Martin Dunford, Former Rough Guides owner and publisher and now

This award is designed to celebrate the owner/manager who goes not just the extra mile, but the extra miles to ensure their guests have a great stay. A fabulous welcome, unforgettable personality, extra services available, nothing should be too much trouble for your guests, with all of this reflected in your reviews and feedback. This year the award was presented by the editor of Hotel Owner Magazine, Michael Northcott. The winner: The Ellerby Country Inn in Whitby,

This is an award celebrating those properties that offer rooms at an average daily rate of under £40, whilst still providing clean, comfortable accommodation, and something more interesting and quirky than a soulless budget-chain hotel. Providing a very necessary and often overlooked service, to a great standard in terms of service and cleanliness, at a reasonable price. This year the award was presented by the head of the UK B&B Association, David Weston.  The winner: Waves Guest

Celebrating the unique and individual character of our owners, their properties, and the experiences available at them. This award is all about a truly quirky experience for guests staying at their property. Think castles, shepherd huts, winery tours, feeding the farm animals etc.. This years award was presented by the editor of Travel GBI magazine, George Clode. The winner: Snooze In Brighton, East Sussex. Tony and Paul of Snooze said: “We have a wide ranging appeal to all age groups, with the

The Most Beautifully Presented Award celebrates the strength of photography and descriptions used on your website, the depth and detail of extra local information supplied, website design, as well as the quality and cleanliness of your interior design and physical presentation.  This year the award was judged and presented by TV Personality and judge of BBC’s Great Interior Design Challenge: Sophie Robinson.  The winner:  Lisnacurran Country House B&B in Lisburn, Northern Ireland. Lynne from Lisnacurran Country House said: Our interior