National Tourism Awards for Wales 2013 The National Tourism Awards for Wales 2013 is an award scheme set up to showcase the very best that Wales has to offer in the tourism industry. From luxurious hotels to cosy B&Bs, they all have the same things in common – great quality, a warm welcome and a truly professional approach to looking after visitors. Best Place to Stay Sub Categories: Hotel Shortlisted: Bodysgallen Hall & Spa St Brides Spa Hotel Vale Resort Guest Accommodation Shortlisted: Escape Boutique B&B Llwyn Helyg Country House Nanteos Mansion Self-Catering Shortlisted: Ffynnon Gron Lon Lodges Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens and Cottages Holiday, Touring or Camping Park Shortlisted: Llwynifan Farm, South Wales Caravan Park Plassey Holiday Park Quay West Holiday Park Hostels, Bunkhouses and Alternative Accommodation Shortlisted: Cosy Under Canvas Hidden Valley Yurts Trellyn Woodland Camping Best Event Shortlisted: Abergavenny Food Festival Always Aim High Events Ltd World Alternative Games Best Visitor Experience Shortlisted: Cardiff City FC Celtic Quest Coasteering Zip World Best Place to Eat (public vote) Public vote is still open Sub Categories: Restaurant (including hotel restaurants and stand-alone restaurants) Shortlisted: Llansantffraed Court Country House Hotel & Restaurant Signatures Restaurant Sosban Ltd The Checkers - Restaurant with Rooms The Falcondale Hotel and Restaurant The Grove Narberth The Walnut Tree Tyddyn Llan Pub Shortlisted: Bryn Tyrch Inn The Bell at Skenfrith The Cricketers The Stackpole Inn Y Ffarmers Café Shortlisted: Caffi Florence Quayside Tearoom The Bakers' Table The Old Station, Tintern You can find the full list of categories and shortlisted entrants at: http://www.ntawales.com/english/categories/ Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items Wales on Film Wales has been host to hundreds of films. Here are some of those scene-stealing performances. Blue Flag beaches Thanks to the Blue Flag scheme, our beaches have had quite a few red carpet moments. Blue Flag beaches Thanks to the Blue Flag scheme, our beaches have had quite a few red carpet moments. It’s a living thing Children can make history at one of our brilliant living history museums. Gay Wales: where to stay The door’s open everywhere in Wales, but here are a few places we like. Wild winter in the north Ravens, choughs, baby seals – and hundreds of thousands of wintering birds.