The best businesses in Welsh tourism have been recognised at a gala evening of the National Tourism Awards for Wales.
Held in partnership with The Wales Tourism Alliance and Quadrant Media & Communications, the awards ceremony saw 59 organisations competing from across Wales.
Over 400 applications were received for the 20 awards. The winners were announced by Radio 1 and TV presenter Aled Haydn Jones.
Winners were announced in the following categories:
Best Event - Abergavenny Food Festival, Abergavenny
Best Place to Eat – Café - The Old Station, Tintern
Best Place to Eat – Pub - The Bell at Skenfrith, Abergavenny
Best Place to Eat – Restaurant- Large - Signatures Restaurant, Conwy
Best Place to Eat – Restaurant- Small - Llansantffraed Court, Abergavenny
Best Place to Stay – Guest Accommodation Llwyn Helyg Country House, Llanarthne
Best Place to Stay – Holiday, touring and camping parks - Plassey Holiday Park, Wrexham
Best Place to Stay – bunkhouses, hostels and alternative - Cosy Under Canvas, Newchurch
Best Place to Stay – Hotel - St Brides Spa Hotel, Saundersfoot
Best Place to Stay – Self Catering - Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens and Cottages, Isle of Anglesey
Best Visitor Experience - Celtic Quest Coasteering, Haverfordwest
Business Tourism Operator - Radisson Blu Hotel, Cardiff
Most Successful Tourism Team - Trecco Bay Holiday Park, Porthcawl
Outstanding Acheivement Award - Gordon Green, Green Events ltd, Mid Wales
Regional Tourism Award - Capital - Welsh Whisky Company, Aberdare
Regional Tourism Award - Mid - Y Talbot, Tregaron
Regional Tourism Award - North - Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland
Regional Tourism Award - South West - Dan-yr-Ogof, The National Showcaves Centre for Wales, Swansea
Technology in Tourism Award - Celtic Quest Coasteering, Haverfordwest
Young Entrepreneur Award - RibRide, Anglesey – Phil Scott & Tom Ashwell