Business recovery stories
Our case studies showcase the resilience, innovation and adaptation of tourism businesses in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
North Hayne Farm Cottages
North Hayne Farm Cottages is a family-run self-catering business in the Devon countryside, with eight cottages and an on-site children’s farm.
The Quiet Site
The Quiet Site is a family-run, carbon-neutral holiday park in Cumbria. It offers a range of accommodation, from tent pitches to glamping pods.
International Bomber Command Centre
The International Bomber Command Centre in Lincolnshire serves as a point for recognition, remembrance and reconciliation.
The National Memorial Arboretum
The National Memorial Arboretum, Staffordshire, is the nation’s year-round centre of remembrance.
Bridleways B&B and Holiday Home
Bridleways, Nottinghamshire, offers both bed & breakfast and self-catering accommodation.
The Bishop's Palace
The Bishop’s Palace in Wells, Somerset, is a medieval palace set in landscaped gardens.
Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure
Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure has over 25 dinosaur themed attractions, complete with play areas and eateries, an animal farm and deer park.
Another Place, The Lake
Another Place, The Lake is a lifestyle hotel on the shores of Ullswater in Cumbria.
Yorebridge House is a 12-bedroom, 5-star boutique hotel and 3-rosette restaurant in the Yorkshire Dales.
Fore Adventure is an adventure tourism business based in Dorset, offering a range of activities from kayaking to foraging.
More reopening case studies
The following case studies have been produced as part of Northumberland Tourism's Good Job, Northumberland campaign, which shines a light on businesses that have used the COVID pandemic as an opportunity to revitalise their business.
Reassuring customers: pre-visit information
The following videos show how some tourism attractions are describing their safety measures to customers before they visit.