César awards 2015 – winners revealed

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Our 2015 Good Hotel Guide launches today, celebrating the very best of Britain’s booming hotel industry.

Each year 10 César awards are presented to the Guide’s most celebrated hoteliers. Named after César Ritz, these are known as the Oscars of the hotel industry.

“This year’s César awards are exceptional in their quality and range—from a small public house to a grand country house hotel. What they share in common is outstanding friendliness and service,” said co-editor Adam Raphael.

This year’s guide has more than 400 main entries and the Editor’s Choice highlights the top 10 hotels in 15 categories such as walking, wedding, spa hotels and golf.

Here are the Good Hotel Guide’s winners for 2015.

Family Hotel of the Year: Fowey Hall, Fowey, Cornwall

Dog-friendly Hotel of the Year: Overwater Hall, Ireby, Cumbria

Small Hotel of the Year: Yalbury Cottage, Lower Bockhampton, near Dorchester, Dorset

Country House Hotel of the Year: Lords of the Manor, Upper Slaughter, Gloucestershire

Pub-With-Rooms of the Year: The Talbot Inn, Mells, Somerset

Country Hotel of the Year: The Pear Tree at Purton, Purton,

Newcomer of the Year: Moor of Rannoch Hotel, Rannoch Station, Perth and Kinross.

Scottish Hotel of the Year: The Green Park, Pitlochry, Scotland

Welsh Hotel of the Year: Milebrook House, Knighton, Powys

Irish Guest House of the Year: Newforge House, Magheralin, Craigavon, County Armagh

Congratulations to them all!