The tourism and hospitality industry is one of the top growth sectors in Wales and our specialist team acts for a wide variety of clients ranging from pubs and restaurants, guest houses, B&Bs, hotels and hotel groups. We also act for a large number of caravan and holiday parks, theme parks and other tourist locations in and around south Wales.

Cardiff and Swansea in particular have seen this sector increase dramatically as Cardiff Bay and it’s café culture becomes established and the rapid growth of the Waterfront in Swansea along with the area of SA1.

Our team can assist you with the day to day running and strategic development of your business (including all of your taxation, audit and regulatory requirements) helping you to plan effectively for the future. We understand the pertinent issues of the sector and offer our clients the benefit of national insight and experience through MHA, coupled with a genuine awareness of their local market place.

Our clients are wide ranging from

Meet the team

Broomfield & Alexander’s specialist Tourism and Hospitality team has detailed knowledge of taxation, audit and regulatory requirements of the sector.

Contact us

Tourism and Hospitality Sector Team lead – Matt Thomas, [email protected]

[email protected]

029 2054 9939 | 01633 265828 | 01792 790444

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(Specialist Tourism and Hospitality Team left:right, Matt Thomas, Rachael Ball, Matthew Morgan)



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