(L-R) Claire McNaughton, Accommodation Certification Manager at Tourism NI pictured with Lynsey Gordon, General Manager Associate Director at The Rabbit Hotel & Retreat
A Templepatrick hotel has been awarded a four-star accommodation grading by Tourism NI.
The Rabbit Hotel & Retreat was found to offer “very high standards throughout the property”.
The Tourism NI Quality Grading Scheme is a mark of distinction and gives visitors a clear idea of the standards of accommodation, service and cleanliness that they can expect during their stay.
The scheme is open to hotels, guest houses, B&Bs, self-catering, hostels and guest accommodation with businesses capable of achieving a grading of between one to five stars.
(L-R) Lynsey Gordon, General Manager Associate Director at The Rabbit Hotel & Retreat pictured with Claire McNaughton, Accommodation Certification Manager at Tourism NI
Claire McNaughton, Accommodation Certification Manager at Tourism NI, said:
“Tourism NI is delighted to award The Rabbit Hotel & Retreat with a four-star grading.
“This is a thoroughly deserved award, testament to the facilities and services offered to guests and I wish Lynsey and the entire team here at The Rabbit Hotel every success.”
Lynsey Gordon, General Manager Associate Director at The Rabbit Hotel & Retreat, said:
“The Tourism Northern Ireland grading scheme is a mark of distinction of The Rabbit Hotel & Retreat's standards and reputation.
“It not only verifies our commitment to exceptional guest experiences but boosts our visibility, attracting discerning guests seeking quality and authenticity”.
Located lakeside, the Rabbit Hotel boasts a host of unique bedrooms as well as dining at The Rabbit Restaurant. The property is a sister hotel of the Galgorm Resort & Spa. Further details are available at www.rabbithotel.com
For 2024 Tourism NI will be offering a range of support to accommodation businesses including a new e-learning platform to be launched in early 2024, experience and enterprise development programmes, a 'Get Into Tourism' customer service course and the 'Make it Here' Phase 3 recruitment campaign.