Sustainable Tourism Award
Sponsored by Green tourism Business Scheme, this award goes to tourism business that have made an extra special effort to ensure your trip does as little damage to the environment as possible, or even helps the environment
Bucking the trend of sustainability as high-end luxury tourism, Wheatland Farm provides a genuine, fun and affordable experience that actively finances conservation work and educates guests.
Hoe Grange Holidays
Peak District, Derbyshire
Hoe Grange Holidays is set on a 250-acre farm in the stunning Peak District, offering four contemporary self-catering log cabins with ground and air source heating, tracking solar panels and planned wind turbine. Guests often find that being eco-friendly is easier than imagined.
Wheeldon Trees Farm Holiday Cottages
Earl Sterndale, Peak District, Derbyshire
Wheeldon Trees offer holidays and short breaks with a sustainable heart. Nine cottages sleep up to 30 in a converted 18th-century dairy farm. Food comes from a local farmer and activities on foot, by local bus and on borrowed electric bikes are encouraged.
Kelling Heath Holiday Park
Kelling Heath’s specialist staff includes experts in sustainability, arboriculture, conservation and wildlife. There’s heathland and woodland to explore on foot or bike with way marked trails, as well as some fantastic bus links to the local area and their own railway station on the Poppy Line.
This family owned business dating back to 1859. Today it’s one of the largest passenger vessel fleets in England, providing a sustainable, environmentally economic, public transport system linking some of the most iconic walking routes in the Lake District.