More awards for Bivouac
The innovative Bivouac has received yet more awards!
Bivouac is celebrating this week as Sam and Beth Hardwick, owners of Bivouac attended the Ripon Civic Society Awards last night and received four awards throughout the evening.
They received recognition throughout the business, receiving awards for Best Restoration Project, Sustainability, Best New Building and Best Project 2012 and Winner of the Helen Whitehead Salver. The Bivouac is founded on the firmest environmental principles, with an unwavering commitment to sustainable tourism.
Bivouac at Druids Temple opened in April this year after a hard winter of building. Several teams came together to create a wonderful place for locals and holiday makers to enjoy. Six woodland shacks, sleeping up to seven, off grid yet very comfortable. Built by Rudi Meseg (www.roundwoodcraft.co.uk) with his team of craftsmen. Eight meadow yurts, sleeping up to five, with luxuries most tents don't have. The couple also converted five derelict barns with local building firm 'M&A Developments' into a bunk house, a massage room, a wonderful cafe and facilities for the guests. It is these buildings and structures that has seen them win these awards this week.
“We are extremely grateful to receive these awards and recognition. We must share these with a fantastic team who worked ever so hard throughout a tough winter as well as thank Swinton Estate for taking such a risk on us. Each area of Bivouac has been carefully designed to care about community, environment, locality and future. We hope in time everyone will come to know and love this special place”
Pic: The image shows Beth and Sam receiving Best Project 2012 and Winner of the Helen Whitehead Salver
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