The Green Key programme goes from strength to strength as Twr y Felin Hotel embraces sustainable tourism.

Twr y Felin Hotel have been recognised for their sustainability efforts and have gained the international Green Key award

Twr y Felin luxury hotel in St Davids, awarded AA Hotel of the Year (Wales) 2017-18 and Pembrokeshire's best hotel in 2016 is a contemporary art hotel offering 21 ensuite bedrooms, including two suites; fine dining Two AA Rosette Blas Restaurant, cosy bar Cornel and gallery lounge Oriel

Green Key is the fastest-growing eco-label awarded to more than 3,000 hospitality providers in 57 countries worldwide. In Wales, Green Key is operated by Keep Wales Tidy, who also manage the iconic Blue Flag programme. S

Paula Ellis, group general manager of Twr y Felin Hotel, Roch Castle and Penrhiw Priory, said,

We are delighted to be awarded the Green Key, which demonstrates our ethos of ensuring that our environmental footprint is as light as possible. We feel responsible for the impact we have on the world and are passionate about adopting initiatives that will reduce this. We hope that by working with organisations such as Green Key we can positively influence the direction of the tourism industry in Wales and beyond.

 

Nick Ashby Green Key coordinator said:

We are proud to welcome one of the finest hotels in Wales to the Green Key programme. Twr y Felin Hotel is a great example of how to adopt a sustainable approach to business without compromising on luxury. Indeed by sourcing local and seasonal ingredients for their two Rosette restaurant Blas, they not only reduce food miles but give their guests a real taste of Wales.

 

For more information, visit the Green Key website www.greenkey.cymru

For more information on Twr y Felin visit www.twryfelinhotel.com