A national company with its roots firmly in the South West, Nu-Heat is proud to be sponsoring the Sustainable Tourism category at next week’s South West Tourism Excellence Awards 2016-17.
The award recognises tourism businesses with a proven commitment to sustainable best practice – an ethos which echoes our own desire to continually improve heating efficiency through innovative design and bespoke underfloor heating (UFH) and renewables solutions.
Warmth, comfort and sustainability
Our tailor-made UFH systems keep more than 60,000 UK homes, properties and businesses warm and comfortable. A number of these projects provide luxurious and sustainable holiday accommodation for visitors to the South West.
Bespoke Nu-Heat underfloor heating systems can be found in:
- The Granary at Larkbeare Grange – A Green Tourism award winning, purpose-built, fully accessible, self-catering lodge in Devon with biomass-fuelled UFH;
- Old Pear Tree Barn – A sensitively-restored listed barn in Cornwall that provides a luxurious and eco-friendly guest experience through UFH with an integrated ground source heat pump;
- The Tree House – A quirky, octagonal, tree house guest house in Somerset which makes the most of its unusual shape through its invisible UFH system
View our case studies for UFH and renewables inspiration for your own dream property.
Sustainability through innovation
All of the local tourism businesses shortlisted for the Sustainable Tourism Award have found innovative ways to become more and more sustainable. We are delighted to support the South West Tourism Excellence Awards 2016-17, and look forward to congratulating all of the finalists at the awards celebration in Bristol on 2nd February.