Once a farm, watermill and bakery, the 35 acres of countryside that is Poston Mill Holiday Home and Touring Park is set in the heart of the Golden Valley of Herefordshire and bordered by the River Dore. Owned and run by Wayne and Sarah Jones who live alongside the Park.
Wayne and Sarah have consistently improved the Park and have won numerous awards for their efforts; A gold five star quality in tourism rating. Excellence in Tourism awards in both Silver and Gold over consecutive years; Excellence in Sustainable Tourism; Holiday Park of the Year 2015; Silver national Dog friendly business 2016 to name but a handful. As a member of the Best of British group and affiliated to the British Holiday Home Park Association you are guaranteed very high standards for which customers compliment the Poston Mill Team.
They ensure the self -catering accommodation meets 5 star standards and is ready for your arrival, and Holiday Home owners new to the Park can be guaranteed that ‘little extra’ from the team that prepares for your arrival. Time to visit an award winning site! Visit our Mobility Access page, dedicated to making everyone welcome.
Poston Mill are proud to announce they are a Visit England Finalist 2017
Poston Mill Park is proud to have been a finalist in the Holiday Park/Holiday Village of the Year category and wish to congratulate Trethem Mill Touring Park, South West on winning this coveted award.
The prestigious awards, now in their 28th year, celebrate those businesses and individuals who continuously raise the bar of England’s tourism offer. The 25 award winners, from Afternoon Tea of the Year to Sustainable Tourism Award, Tourism Pub of the Year to Business Tourism Award, span the length and breadth of the country from Yorkshire to Devon, Warwickshire to Northumberland.
The awards ceremony, hosted by Sue Perkins, took place at the Hilton Waldorf in London and welcomed 67 finalists selected from almost 600 applications, the highest number ever received.
VisitEngland Chief Executive Sally Balcombe said:
“This year’s awards were fiercely contested and we had some terrific applications, showcasing not only the excellence on offer within English tourism but also the outstanding innovation and the sheer diversity of experiences throughout the country.
From afternoon tea in a railway carriage to ‘Alice in Wonderland’ boutique hotel rooms, from great family friendly animal attractions to cottages for one, all well deserved the recognition of their quality and service.”
The tourism economy is worth £106 billion annually to England.