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Snoozebox debuts at Glastonbury

Snoozebox debuts at Glastonbury

Festival goers attending this year’s Glastonbury now have the option of sleeping in their own private Snoozebox hotel room, with all the facilities they would want, close to the action at Glastonbury. 

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Seaham Hall earns top accolades

Seaham Hall earns top accolades

One of the North East’s most prestigious hotels is enjoying a double celebration after receiving two top industry awards.

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Top hotels in Yorkshire to join forces for the first time

Top hotels in Yorkshire to join forces for the first time

It has been announced that some of the finest hotels in Yorkshire are to join forces in a new marketing initiative to capitalise on the opportunities that the Tour de France and other events will give them this year.

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Snoozebox debuts at Glastonbury

Published on: 2014-04-15 Author: : Lauren Morton
Snoozebox debuts at Glastonbury
Festival goers attending this year’s Glastonbury now have the option of sleeping in their own private Snoozebox hotel room, with all the facilities they would want, close to the action at Glastonbury.    Each Sno...

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AMI Furniture presents the Anatini Stacking Chair, suitable for banqueting and conference situations, where both style and comfort are at a premium. The Italian-designed frame is available with or without timber top rail to the back and sid...

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Scottish tourist attraction figures soar

Scottish tourist attraction figures soar
Scottish tourist attraction figures soarScottish tourist attraction figures soarAccording to new research, “new and upgraded attractions helped draw four million more visitors to Scotland's main tourist sites last year.” 

It disclosed that tourist numbers rose to 47 million, following the opening of Riverside Museum in Glasgow and the re-launch of the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.

Following a refurbishment, the national museum was the busiest attraction, rising by 141 per cent from the previous year to almost 1.5 million visitors.

The findings were based on research conducted on 649 tourists sites across Scotland, by Glasgow Caledonian University's Moffat Centre.

Riverside Museum in Glasgow reportedly attracted more than one million visitors since opening in June 2011, while St Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh achieved a 20 per cent rise to more than 851,000. The most popular paid tourist attraction was Edinburgh Castle, with more than 1.3 million visitors.

Prof John Lennon, director of the Moffat Centre for Travel and Tourism Business Development said: "Partly as a result of the new and upgraded attractions, the Scottish tourism industry continues to develop and we see positive trends.

"In previous years we've had shocks such as the volcanic ash cloud and security issues which have negatively impacted on the figures. No doubt the recession and fuel costs have also taken their toll, particularly on the smaller and more remote attractions without a secure source of funding."

VisitScotland chief executive Malcolm Roughead said: "These are extremely encouraging figures, helped in no small part by the continuing trend for Scots holidaying at home and the 'daycation' market, which last year contributed £6.2 billion to the Scottish economy."

 

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