Two award finals in one night for Bartle Hall

Two award ceremonies in one night saw one of Lancashire’s top hotels in the finals of outstanding service events.
Bartle Hall Country House Hotel was a runner-up in the tourism category at the Lancashire Business View Red Rose Awards, finishing just behind the ceremony hosts, Blackpool’s Winter Gardens.
Meanwhile, in London, the hotel was also a runner-up in the customer service awards organised by the Guides for Brides.
Bartle Hall, near Preston, is a popular wedding venue, and is also developing a reputation as a short break holiday and business destination.
Set in an historic country house in 16 acres of grounds and woodland, the hotel is now a top choice for out-of-town conferences, business lunches, and mid-week breaks, as well as a social destination for coffee, lunch and afternoon tea. The hotel recently opened a new restaurant, Nest.
Owner Andrew Haworth, who was at the Blackpool event with his wife Nicola, said: “We are really thrilled to be finalists in two prestigious competitions. It is recognition of all that we are doing to make Bartle Hall a first choice in Lancashire and the north of England.”
Andrew and Nicola were kept up to date with proceedings at the Brides awards by two members of staff who were attending the London ceremony on their behalf.
“It is really exciting to be recognised nationally and regionally, and we are aiming to win next time,” said Andrew.
The hotel is currently hosting the annual art exhibition of the Preston Art Society, which is open to the public free of charge each weekday (except March 18).

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