Two awards for Plymouth-based Brittany Ferries
Plymouth-based Brittany Ferries has won two accolades at this year’s British Travel Awards, which took place in London this week.
The company was presented with the award for ‘Best Small Holiday Company to Western Europe’ for its entire range of ferry-inclusive holidays to France, Spain and Portugal. It also received the award for ‘Best Small Camping & Mobile Holiday Company’ for its range of chalet camping resort holidays.
Brittany Ferries Holidays offers a wide choice of ferry-inclusive breaks, with a range of accommodation covering everything from chalet camping, apartment resorts and country cottages to family-run hotels and grand Paradores. All holidays begin and end with a ferry crossing on Brittany Ferries’ routes from Portsmouth, Poole and Plymouth to Brittany and Normandy, or to Bilbao and Santander in northern Spain.
“We were delighted to pick up another brace of British Travel Awards on behalf of the Brittany Ferries family,” said Mike Bevens, group commercial director.
“Our teams work incredibly hard to give holiday-makers a truly wonderful and relaxing experience, not just during their holiday but as part of the planning and booking process too.
“We know that today, for example, many people’s focus will be on potential savings to be made on goods and services,” he added. “But our message to customers is to relax and book at your leisure. With Brittany Ferries, significant discounts on award-winning holidays are available until 15 December.”
The British Travel Awards is the largest awards programme of its type in the UK, created to reward the best companies in travel. Its categories span all types of holiday experience, including transport, destination, cruise, customer service, holiday extras, and accommodation, with customers voting for the winners.
For more visit: www.brittanyferries.com or talk to the Brittany Ferries holiday team on: 0330 159 4500.
(from a press release)
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