JD Wetherspoon (JDW) is flushed with success - after being recognised for providing the best bogs in the business.
The company has won the 2007 Loo of the Year Awards pub/wine-bar category.
JDW's Bishop's Mill, in Durham, the Blacksmith's Forge, in Dalkeith, Yr Hen Orsaf, in Aberystwyth, and the Old Court House, in Coleraine, were named as individual award-winners for pubs and wine bars.
Overall eighty JDW pubs were recognised for their excellent standards by awards inspectors, who visited hundreds of outlets unannounced over a three-month period.
Awards director Richard Chisnell said: "The toilets are judged against more than 100 inspection criteria, including décor and maintenance, cleanliness, accessibility, hygiene equipment and overall management.
"JDW is a worthy winner of the four main individual pub awards and the company continues to be the best pub toilet provider in the UK."
JDW chief executive John Hutson said: "We are delighted with our awards.
"Winning these awards highlights our commitment to providing quality toilets at all of our pubs."