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Quality in Tourism awards bring Woodstock together

We are very excited to announce that five of our properties have been given a Quality in Tourism award, including Brookhill Cottage and Browns Lane in Woodstock. Jeanette Howse from Tourism South East came to Woodstock to present us with our awards.

Managing Director of Weekly Home, Kelvin Fowler, was joined by The Mayor of Woodstock, Councillor Brian Yoxall and Chris Baylis Chairman of the Wake up to Woodstock campaign to celebrate the winning of the awards.

The Quality in Tourism award is a quality assurance award for self-catering accommodation in the UK provided by Visit England. It provides useful information to consumers about the quality of accommodation that is currently available in and around the UK. 
 
Our two Woodstock properties, Brookhill Cottage and Browns Lane have been awarded four-stars because of their; charming and peaceful locations, quality interiors and Weekly Home’s user friendly booking system. 
 
Celebrating the awards was a fantastic way to bring together a group of local Woodstock businesses. Awards like Quality in Tourism will help to bring more people into the area, which benefits all local businesses. Our properties appeal to visiting professionals and holiday makers. Woodstock makes a great holiday destination as it is a very quiet and peaceful town with quaint little shops and the world famous Bleinheim Palace. It is the gateway to The Cotswolds and also close to Oxford city centre to suit anyone's needs. 
 
Kelvin Fowler (pictured below right), Managing Director of Weekly Home said: “We are thrilled that our Woodstock properties have won four star Quality in Tourism awards. As a Woodstock resident myself I know that these awards will not only benefit Weekly Home but they will also help to draw more tourists to the area. It was great to be able to share this achievement with other Woodstock businesses and we had a great time celebrating the award.”
 
      
 
Photograph by Pawel Sytniewski of OxfordPics Photography