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Windsor Tourist Guides Wins Tourism Award

Windsor Tourist Guides Ltd, run by Guide London/Association for Professional Tourist Guides member Amanda Bryett, has won “Best Overall Walking Tour in Britain” awarded by CIE Tours International.  The company who run round Britain coach tours, mainly for the American market, ask their clients to rate every aspect of their tour. The Windsor town walk achieved a client satisfaction rating of 93.5%.  

This year the company has doubled the number of walks in Windsor and Amanda will be joined by Guide London/Association for Professional Tourist Guides members and Windsor based guides Laura Comley-Smith and Mike Armitage on the walks every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings between April and October.

Windsor Tourist Guides Award: Amanda Bryett

Amanda Bryett collected the award for Windsor Tourist Guides in Aberdeen from the Chairman of CIE Tours International (left) and Chairman of VisitScotland (right).

Other winners included:

Best Overall Hotel: Mcdonald Windsor Hotel

Best Overall Hotel Accommodation: Apex International Hotel

Best Overall Hotel Service & Hospitality: Marriot Dalmahoy Hotel

Best Overall Event Dinner/Entertainment: Cardiff Castle Welsh Banquet Best Overall Tour Feature: Leault Working Sheepdogs

Best Overall Visit: Glamis Castle

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