We were delighted to win our Muddy Surrey Award for 'Best Large Hotel' and to come third for 'Best Day Spa'. Read the article published in the Haslemere Messenger below:
The Georgian Hotel in Haslemere is proud to have won The Best Large Hotel award in the inaugural Muddy Stilettos Awards celebrating the very best places, spaces, businesses and things to see and do in Surrey.
Over the past few months, local people and subscribers to the Muddy Stilettos Surrey blog have been nominating and voting for their favourite independent businesses in 30 different categories. With over 10,000 nominations, 500 businesses across Surrey and more than 20,000 votes, the awards were hotly contested.
“The fantastic team at The Georgian were overwhelmed by the support of our clientele and suppliers during the voting for the Muddy Stilettos awards and we are delighted to have been the outright winner of the Best Large Hotel category,” said Georgian Events Manager, Brodie McHallam. “A real sense of community spirit has been inspired by these Awards, with 10 Haslemere businesses being nominated and we hope that it becomes an annual event for local businesses across the county.”
The Grade II listed Georgian Hotel, is perfectly placed on Haslemere’s pretty High Street, with a delightful a la carte restaurant, The King’s Pantry, well-equipped modern and period en-suite bedrooms, large private garden, car park and well appointed Gym and Spa. The hotel, restaurant, bar and Spa has undergone a complete transformation over the past year since the arrival of new owners Sarah Burke and Mark McVeigh and yet more stunning refurbishment is planned for the near future.
Amber Evans, editor of Muddy Stilettos (Surrey) says: “The 2016 Awards have been a phenomenal success,” says Amber Evans, editor of Muddy Stilettos (Surrey). “Surrey’s High Street businesses are the heart of the community and the locals are basically saying a big ‘thank you’ to them through their votes and support!” Pictured here with The Georgian’s winning certificate is Events Manager, Brodie McHallam.
(Photographs courtesy of Kate Hutchings of Kaptured by Kate)