26 March 2015 National Tourism Awards for Wales 2015 The best in Welsh tourism was unveiled last night at the National Tourism Awards for Wales at the Vale Resort in South Wales. A huge and well deserved congratulations to all the winners. Best Business Tourism Celtic Manor Hotel, Newport, South Wales Gold – Celtic Manor Resort Silver – Venue Cymru Bronze – Cardiff International White Water Best Event (Large) Gold – Wales Rally GB Silver – Abergavenny Food Festival Bronze – The Long Course Weekend Best Events (Small) Gold – Dinefwr Literature Festival Silver – Welshpool Airshow & Transport Festival Bronze – Isle of Fire Best Visitor Welcome Gold – Monmouthshire Cottages Silver – Penceunant Isaf Tea House Bronze – Cantref Adventure Farm Best Day Out Folly Farm, Pembrokeshire Gold – Folly Farm Adventure Park & Zoo Silver – Cardiff International White Water Bronze (Joint) –Zip World & Corris Craft Centre Best Place to Eat (Large Restaurant) Gold – Sosban Silver – Coast Bronze – Dylan’s Best Place to Eat (Small Restaurant) Gold – Ynyshir Hall Silver – Y Polyn Bronze – The White Hart Village Inn Best Place to Eat (Café) Gold – The Bakers’ Table CIC Silver – Raspberry Tea Room Bronze – Wright’s Food Emporium Best Place to Eat (Pub) Gold – The Bee Inn Silver – Griffin Inn Dale Bronze – Black Boy Inn Best Place to Stay (Hotel) Ynyshir Hall, Machynlleth, Mid Wales Gold – Ynyshir Hall Silver – Celtic Manor Resort Bronze – Llangoed Hall Best Place to Stay (Self Catering) Gold – Clydey Cottages Silver – Rivercatcher Bronze – Plas Dinam Country House Best Place to Stay (Guest Accommodation) Gold – Glangwili Mansion Silver – Llanerch Vineyard Bronze – Black Boy Inn Best Place to Stay (Hostels, Bunkhouses & Alternative Accommodation) Gold – Wye Valley Canoes Silver – Plas Curig Bronze – Scamperholidays Best Place to Stay (Holiday, Touring & Camping Park) Gold – Pen Y Garth Silver – Tree Tops Caravan Park Bronze – Trecco Bay Holiday Park Rising Tourism Star Zip World, Penrhyn Quarry, Bethesda Gold – Sean Taylor Silver – Tim Rees Bronze – Ryan Thomas Tourism Skills Development Gold – The Grove Silver – Celtic Manor Resort Bronze – Gwesty’r Emlyn Hotel Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items Award-winning cheeses Our scrumptious cheeses are just the thing to perk up a picnic or an evening in with wine. Top cafés and tearooms Discover Wales the True Taste award-winning cafés & tearooms. Retail therapy Discover Wales the True Taste best shopping experiences for 2012 – 2013. Blue Flag beaches Thanks to the Blue Flag scheme, our beaches have had quite a few red carpet moments. NTA 2013 Nominees Find out more about who was nominated at the 2013 National Tourism Awards for Wales The Fig Tree, Penarth Discover the Wales the True Taste Restaurant of the Year 2012 - 2013, The Fig Tree in Penarth.