Steph Mannock

Personal Travel Advisor

I joined Blue Bay Travel in October 2010 as a full-time Customer Service Advisor and was delighted to be promoted to a Customer Service Team Leader three years later. After working in this department for 5 years, I was given an exciting opportunity to progress and try something new working in the Contracts Team which was a great experience. I have a BTEC National Diploma in Travel & Tourism, and I love going on holiday. I now work within the Sales Team and I absolutely love my job as a Personal Travel Advisor. Working at Blue Bay Travel I get to experience long-haul destinations and I still have many more that I can't wait to tick off my list!

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In a nutshell.

  • Describe yourself in three words: Bubbly, fun, down-to-earth.
  • Catchphrase: "That’s the one poppadum".
  • Likes: Nights out, friends & family, and my dog Miska.
  • Hidden talent: I can play the piano.
  • Lesser-known fact about you: I use to run for Northwood Stadium.
  • Best feeling in the world: Hitting your targets.
  • Favourite snack: Tesco Finest Triple Chocolate Cookies (even better when warmed in the microwave).
  • What type of hat best describes your personality: Party hat, because I love to party.
  • If you could have any superpower, what would it be and why: To read minds.
  • Best holiday you’ve ever had: Mexico, celebrating my mum’s birthday.

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What my clients say.

  • We would like to thank Stephanie, Alice & Diane's fantastic help. They are credit to the company. This makes Blue Bay my best travel agent in the world and would recommend to anyone - don't hesitate to use this company.
  • Just been looking at photos of my 2012 holiday in Mexico, booked with you guys. Had a fantastic time, thanks to Chris, Sam and Stephanie at Blue bay.
  • I wanted to say a huge thank you for getting this back for us - I really appreciate the way you chased Kuoni and kept me updated of the progress. It really is great customer service, and you stand out from the crowd as a result.
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