AN INNOVATIVE approach to hotel inspections, travel reviews and tourism is coming to the Lake District – with children as the judges.
English Lakes Hotels Resorts and Venues has launched its own junior travellers review with the appointment of two hotel inspectors – Charlie and Alfie Lemm.
The brothers, aged nine and four, are planning trips and adventures around Cumbria over the coming months, and as well as reviewing each 4-star establishment run by the group, the boys will check out many of the local attractions across the area.
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Many of the young hotel inspectors’ comments will be used as feedback to improve children’s experiences at the English Lakes venues, as well as featuring in a regular blog.
Charlie and Alfie are the sons of Andy Lemm, general manager of The Wild Boar, Crook.
“We thought it would be a great idea to get youngsters’ perspectives on what we have to offer and how they see our hotels,” said Andy.