Hoburne Park in Christchurch has won Silver in the Dorset Tourism Awards for the second year running.
The team collected the trophy at a glittering awards dinner at The Tank Museum in Bovington this week.
It was, in fact, a double celebration for the family owned business, as Hoburne Devon Bay picked up Silver at the English Rivera and South Devon Tourism and Hospitality Awards on the same night.
Hoburne’s Chairman, Rosie Kennar, said: “It was wonderful to be celebrating in two different counties at the same time and a fantastic way for us to end another busy season. Both awards are testament to our incredibly hard working and talented teams and we are very proud.”
Hoburne Park is where the Hoburne story began in 1912. The farmland, as it was then, was bought at auction by Rosie’s great-grandfather.
Hoburne now has seven holiday parks across Hampshire, Dorset, Devon, Somerset, the Cotswolds and Cornwall.