Beverley Holidays Wins Big At Naturally Inspiring Business Awards
Beverley Holidays has proved that it’s not only survived but thrived since the global pandemic by scooping two top awards at the 2022 Torbay Weekly Naturally Inspiring Business Awards.
The Paignton-based holiday park group overcame tough competition from a high calibre of companies to take the coveted Business Of The Year award, as well as being named Tourism Business Of The Year.
The glittering award ceremony at the Imperial Hotel in Torquay celebrated the sheer grit and determination shown by the business fraternity in battling their way out of the tough economic times.
It was the first time that business leaders from across Torbay were able to come together following two years of lockdowns and restrictions, with Beverley taking top honours in not just one but two categories.
Director of Beverley Holidays, Nicola Furneaux, said: “Like many businesses, when the global pandemic hit back in early 2020 we had to radically re-think the way in which we operated and we are incredibly proud of how our team came together to overcome the huge obstacles Covid posed.
“The one thing that remained constant throughout it all was our dedication to providing guests with the holiday of a lifetime – something that is more important than ever given the uncertainty and hardship our customers have had to endure over the course of the pandemic.”
Beverley Holidays determination to provide guests with an escape from the Covid doom and gloom translated into a cool £2million investment in a fleet of fourteen super-stylish holiday homes for 2022.
Tailored to guests seeking seaside stays with a sprinkling of glamour, the newly launched holiday homes are teamed with a raft of pampering extras such as private sun-decks complete with bubbling hot tubs.
As well as investing in its accommodation, Beverley Holidays has also opened its brand new £300k Land Ahoy Adventure Island this year, complete with seaside-inspired play park and mini golf course.
The all-new attraction is a welcome addition to the family run holiday park group, where guests can practice their putting skills surrounded by giant ice creams or slide down a life-size lighthouse.