The Peak District, Derbyshire & Derby Tourism Awards

The Peak District, Derbyshire & Derby Tourism Awards showcase excellence and outstanding achievement across the tourism sector.

Organised by Visit Peak District & Derbyshire in collaboration with Visit Derby, the Peak District, Derbyshire & Derby Tourism Awards are a celebration of the passionate, hardworking and distinctive businesses who continually raise the bar of our world-class tourism offer.

The awards showcase excellence and outstanding achievement across the area’s tourism and hospitality sector, recognising the success and resilience of tourism businesses whilst highlighting the sector’s vital contribution to the local economy.

There are 14 awards categories in total covering different aspects of the tourism industry, ranging from hotels, B&Bs and campsites to pubs, visitor attractions, unique experiences, and the hardworking people behind the businesses.

Scroll down to view the shortlist for the 2024 Peak District, Derbyshire & Derby Tourism Awards. Winners will be announced at a glittering awards ceremony held at the Museum of Making at Derby Silk Mill on 7th March 2024.

This year's Tourism Awards are sponsored by C W Sellors Fine Jewellery and Luxury Watches and Destination Core. If you would like to find out more about sponsorship opportunities for the awards please e-mail Lindsay Rae on lindsay.rae@visitpeakdistrict.com

The 2024 Shortlist

The shortlist for the 2024 Peak District, Derbyshire & Derby Tourism Awards has been revealed, showcasing excellence and outstanding achievement across the area’s tourism and hospitality sector.

Finalists have been announced in 14 awards categories celebrating the best of the local visitor economy, ranging from hotels, B&Bs and campsites to pubs, visitor attractions and unique experiences.

Accessible and Inclusive Tourism Award

  • Hoe Grange Holidays, Brassington
  • LEVEL Centre, Rowsley
  • Matlock Farm Park, Matlock

B&B and Guest House of the Year

Camping, Glamping and Holiday Park of the Year

  • Darwin Forest Lodges, Matlock
  • Longnor Wood Holiday Park, Longnor, nr Buxton
  • Rivendale Lodge Retreat, Ashbourne

Ethical, Responsible and Sustainable Tourism Award

  • Hoe Grange Holidays, Brassington
  • Manor House Farm Cottages, Bakewell
  • Pure Outdoor, Bamford

Experience of the Year

  • Great British Car Journey, Ambergate
  • Pub Tours Ltd, Darley Dale
  • Pure Outdoor, Bamford

Hotel of the Year

  • The Maynard, Grindleford
  • Peak Edge Hotel, Chesterfield
  • Wildhive Callow Hall, Ashbourne

New Tourism Business of the Year

  • The Bull I' Th' Thorn, nr Buxton
  • Muse Escapes Ltd, Buxton
  • Pub Tours Ltd, Darley Dale

Pub of the Year

  • The Blind Bull, Great Longstone
  • The George, Hathersage
  • The Prince of Wales, Baslow

Self Catering Accommodation of the Year

  • Hoe Grange Holidays, Brassington
  • Stainsborough Hall Ltd, Carsington
  • Waterside Barn, Bradbourne

Taste of the Peak District, Derbyshire & Derby Award

Team of the Year

  • The George, Hathersage
  • Matlock Farm Park, Matlock
  • Muse Escapes, Buxton

Tourism Young Achiever

  • Helena Smith Parucker, The Museum of Making
  • Steph Taylor, Atlantik Inns
  • Emma West, Longbow Bars and Restaurants

Unsung Hero

  • Adrian Gagea, Longbow Bars and Restaurants
  • Alan Hobson, The Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop
  • Jane Redfern, Wildhive Callow Hall

Visitor Attraction of the Year

  • The Children's Country House at Sudbury, Sudbury
  • Matlock Farm Park, Matlock
  • The Museum of Making, Derby​​​​​​
Winners and finalists at the 2023 Peak District & Derbyshire Tourism Awards

Winners and finalists at the 2023 Peak District & Derbyshire Tourism Awards