The awards, run by the Ribble Valley Tourism Association (RVTA), saw Stanley House’s reception manager Clare Tauber secure an Individual Excellence in Customer Care award, with sales and marketing manager, Wendy Hope, being awarded Tourism Champion.
Meanwhile, the senior management team at Stanley House received an award for Team of Excellence.
The awards aim to celebrate the success of the Ribble Valley’s tourism businesses such as restaurants, hotels and attractions by recognising the efforts of individual staff.
BBC Radio Lancashire’s John Gillmore hosted and presented the awards.
Philip Wharton, general manager of Stanley House, commented: “Everyone involved in the hotel is immensely proud. We all work so hard to create and uphold high standards in customer care and to have many of our people recognised for this is a real honour.
“As a region, it’s great we focus time and resources on showcasing the Ribble Valley and the people that make it a successful area. It is a great place to do business and the quality and diversity of the tourism offer is something we should all be proud of. We’re a national destination.”
Amanda Dowson, chairman of the Ribble Valley Tourism Association, added: “The area has a strong and successful tourism industry and there are so many great examples of business entrepreneurialism and creativity. These awards provide a great opportunity to acknowledge that success.”