This award covers arts & culture based experiences that engage with both residents and visitors. This award celebrates both one off events and bodies of work over a period of time, including dance, drama, visual arts, music, film and theatre.
This award celebrates all elements of business tourism, acknowledging the huge importance of the meetings, conferences and exhibitions sector of the tourism industry.
This award covers all types of guest accommodation including farmhouses, B&Bs, guesthouses and other types of guest accommodation.
This award recognises caravan holiday parks, holiday and touring parks, camping and touring parks and glamping sites, including shepherd huts and camping pods that have all helped to boost business by making the most of their distinctive appeal. This category also includes holiday villages.
This category includes businesses which are considered to be a destination restaurant or inn offering a high standard of food and service at least 5 nights a week. The number of bedrooms do not exceed 12.
This award is for visitor attractions with more than 50,000 visitors per year. It covers venues that can be visited within its published opening times and offers tours and other activities as part of its overall experience.
Applications are sought from any pub which is confident in their high quality offer to customers. The award aims to acknowledge and showcase the variety of Yorkshire pubs, and seeks to recognise the one which most effectively represents the best of Yorkshire to its customers.
This award covers events and festivals of a substantial nature, involving large volumes of visitors and a timed programme. This would usually be either over a weekend, week(s), month or season. The event is likely to have an audited or estimated footfall in excess of 20,000 visitors. It can be for either a paid entry or free audience/attendance event. The event can be a one off or an annual event with a proven track record.