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What does BTB stand for?

BTB stands for British Tourist Board

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Lowther Holiday Park holds countless awards including a British Tourist Board five-star grading; the prestigious David Bellamy Gold Award for conservation and for the last six years has been listed in Practical Caravan as one of Britain's top 100 parks.
The programme acts as a superb film for the British Tourist Board but it's a shame this wasn't shown in the summer.
Chuck in the flush toilets in the smallest room, a better power shower than I have found in any hotel and no wonder the British Tourist Board happily accords these boats its top four star rating.
Byline: D Coyle I THINK the British Tourist Board has some cheek using the film, King Arthur, to promote their country when it was filmed here in Ireland.
The British Tourist Board does not recognise six star as an official rating, although there are internationally-renowned hotels across the world which are accepted as above five-star deluxe.
NJudges not able to attend are broadcaster and journalist Sue MacGregor, who is a deputy chairwoman of the panel, international concert pianist Barry Douglas and British Tourist Board member Hilary Lade.
A spokeswoman for the WTB said, ``Italy is a growing market and we are working in partnership with the British Tourist Board in Italy on possible ways to increase visitors to Wales from Italy.