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Cotswold Inns & Hotels wins prestigious award

PUBLISHED: 16:49 06 February 2013 | UPDATED: 22:41 20 February 2013

Cotswold Inns & Hotels wins prestigious award

Cotswold Inns & Hotels wins prestigious award

Cotswolds Inns & Hotels won the prestigious AA Small Hotel Group of the Year 2012-13 award, which was presented to owners Michael and Pamela Horton at the Hilton Hotel Park Lane in London last year

Cotswold Inns & Hotels wins prestigious AA Small Hotel Group of the Year 2012-13 award

Cotswolds Inns & Hotels (www.cotswold-innshotels.co.uk) is delighted to announce that it has won the prestigious AA Small Hotel Group of the Year 2012-13 award, which was presented to owners Michael and Pamela Horton at the Hilton Hotel Park Lane in London last year.

The AA Small Hotel Group of the Year 2012-13 award is one of the AA Hospitality Awards, which are presented annually by the Automobile Association to recognise the best pubs, restaurants, hotels and chefs in the country. This year, Cotswold Inns & Hotels was in good company, as other winners included the Four Seasons Hotel Park Lane in London, Dinner by Heston Blumenthal and Antonio Carluccio.

The award ceremony also marked the launch of the 2013 AA guides to UK hotels, restaurants, pubs and B&Bs; all seven members of Cotswold Inns & Hotels appear in the hotel guide.

On winning the award, owners Michael and Pamela Horton said, "We are thrilled with this award, which is a testament to our staff; all our managers and their teams do a tremendous job. Whilst we work hard to protect and enhance the historic buildings in which you find our hotels, our dedicated staff are our greatest asset providing a warm, friendly and efficient service. To win this award is no mean feat, it is an outstanding achievement and we are elated."

www.cotswold-inns-hotels.co.uk

Pictured: Michael & Pamela Horton receive the AA Small Hotel Group of the Year 2012-13 award from TV presenter Kate Silverton (left) and Simon Numphud, AA Hotel Services Manager (right), and Paul Connelly, beacon (second right)

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