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  • Review of Inis Meáin Restaurant and Suites, Ireland

    Catherine Mack takes the ferry from Ros a' Mhíl (Rossaveal) port on the west of Ireland to visit the inspiring Inis Meáin Restaurant and Suites. In a nutshell: A luxury hotel and restaurant on the Aran Islands off the west coast of Ireland. Good for green: The restaurant specialises in island ingredients, including lobster and crab from local fishermen; vegetables from kitchen garden. The Food: It is hard to know which can take the highest credit here - the restaurant or the suites. Top Tip: Inis Meáin Restaurant and Suites’ reputation has spread far and wide.

  • Places to Stay in Catalonia

    Food is never far from mind in these establishments – most have fine restaurants or bars in which to sample the local flavours, from mountain cheeses in the Pyrenees to duck and seafood on the coast or the freshest peas, mushrooms and asparagus. Today this historic hotel with sea views has been sensitively renovated with a modern touch, including two restaurants and a spa. hostalempuries.com Mas Salagros Ecoresort, Costa Barcelona, Spain Just 20km outside Barcelona, this eco-resort is Spain's first certified Bio Hotel. Centred around Roman-style baths, Mas Salagros offers hiking, cycling and classes including yoga and pranayama, as well as three stunning restaurants and bars. massalagros.com Hotel deth País, Val d’Aran, Catalonia, Spain Set in a peaceful location in the Val d'Aran this unique hotel has 18 comfortable rooms, a restaurant serving delicious local food, and services for skiing, hiking, mushroom-foraging and more. hoteldethpais.com Hotel Port d’Àger, Lands of Lleida, Catalonia, Spain Situated in the Montsec Mountains, the Hotel Port d’Àger boasts spectacular views, cosy rooms, and a large range of cultural and sporting activities. hotelportdager.com Hotel Restaurant l’Algadir del Delta, Terres de l'Ebre This beautiful family-run hotel, the first in Catalonia to gain Ecolabel certification, has eleven spacious double rooms, a pool, fitness centre and library, as well as a sustainable restaurant serving delicious local cuisine. hotelalgadi On site is a pool and spa, as well as a variety of restaurants and bars. cerdanyaecoresort.com Nou Camping, Lleida Pyrenees, Catalonia, Spain Located by the National Park of Aigüestortes, this family-friendly campsite offers 150 pitches, some with pre-assembled tents, as well as cosy wooden cabins. Includes an on-site shop, delicious restaurant, heated swimming pools, games room, and more. noucamping.com Hostal Twentytú, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain Close to Plaza de Les Glories (only 3 underground stops from the centre of Barcelona), Hostel Twentytu has 62 rooms for two to four people, all with ensuite bathrooms.

  • Places to Eat in Catalonia

    Restaurant Green Spot, Barcelona A beautiful restaurant in Port Vell (near the harbour and beaches), which caters for both veggies and non-veggies, serving salads (such as kale and quinoa salad with cherry tomatoes, hazelnuts and white miso vinaigrette), soups, pizza and pasta, and a range of international food, including Thai and Mexican. encompaniadelobos.com Restaurant Cal Carter, Paisatges Barcelona For over half a century the Perich family has been perfecting their take on mountain cuisine. Not surprisingly, they’ve got rather good at it – and their sparky brand of traditional gastronomy, prepared in the inspiring surroundings of the gorgeous medieval village of Mura in the Natural Park of Sant Llorenç del Munt and Obac, has garnered a loyal following. calcarter.net Restaurant l'Hostalet, Costa Brava The dormant volcanoes of the Garrotxa region don’t just define the dramatic landscapes here – they’re also responsible for the fertile soils that contribute to the traditional cuisine. restaurantlhostalet.com Restaurant El Fai, Lleida Pyrenees A family-owned restaurant in Taüll in the Lleida Pyrenees, in the heart of the Boí Valley known for World Heritage Romanesque churches (the restaurant itself is opposite the Romanesque church of San Clemente de Tahull), and close to the entrance to the Aigüestortes and Estany de Sant Maurici National Park, the only National Park in Catalonia. restaurantelfai.com Restaurant At this fine-dining restaurant, head chef Marcos Pedarròs Delaurens plays with those traditions, and the ideals of the slow food movement, to create inventive haute cuisine of an exceptional quality. eroccitan.com Restaurant Casa Xalets, Lleida Pyrenees The amuse-bouche at this family-run restaurant in the heart of the historic village of Àger is the view: the wall of east-facing windows frames dramatic vistas of the sheer flanks of Montsec mountain – perfect for watching the sunset alpenglow paint the rock walls orange and pink. restaurantcasaxalets.com Restaurant La Huerta, Lands of Lleida Don’t be fooled by the rather unpromising exterior. Inside, at the epicentre of this friendly restaurant, in the open kitchen dominated by its huge brick oven, chef Gerard Balasch works magic with top local ingredients, largely focusing his efforts on the grill. lahuerta-restaurant.com For information on characterful accommodation, nearby visitor attractions and activities, see our Green Traveller's Guide to Catalonia

  • Places to Eat in Mid Wales

    As part of our Green Traveller's Guide to Mid Wales, Paul Bloomfield picks out a selection of cafés, restaurants, pubs and inns for local food and drink. We have handpicked a selection restaurants, pubs, inns, and cafés which will allow you to sample the very best of Welsh food. Having notched up years of experience in some of the country’s best restaurants over the past few decades, Tim and Helen now offer an exciting, Welsh-focussed menu, which includes dishes like organic Hafod Cheddar cheese soufflé with apple, beetroot and walnut salad for starter, and roast Welsh mountain lamb with orange and laverbread sauce for main. theoldvicaragedolfor.co.uk Tipple ‘N’ Tiffin at Theatr Brycheiniog This popular little canal-side bistro is housed in Wales’ first solar-powered theatre, Theatr Brycheiniog. Folk, Irish and jazz music nights are regularly held at the pub, as well as quiz nights and dart tournaments. theharpinn.co.uk The Horseshoe Guest House and Restaurant This 200-year old stone-built characterful restaurant and guest house is located in Rhayader, which claims to be one of the oldest market towns in Mid Wales. The modest restaurants offers up plenty of locally-sourced fare, such as delicious soups, Welsh Black beef, and locally-caught Salmon.

  • Places to Eat in Llŷn

    As part of our Green Traveller's Guide to Llŷn, Paul Bloomfield picks out a selection of restaurants, festivals and farmers' markets for local food and drink in this wonderful Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in northwest Wales. There are a growing number of excellent restaurants, pubs, tea-rooms and farm shops all offering the best produce the area has to offer. The Ship Hotel Restaurant With its open fireplace and local ales – meriting a regular mention in the Good Beer Guide – this cosy bar and restaurant harks back to its roots as the original village inn. The restaurant, which is, literally, the dining room in a detached family house, is ‘small and intimate’ and does not cater for young children. Continue on your pilgrimage refreshed, praying to return one day. penllyn.com Treddafydd Organic Farm This small family-run organic farm in Llinthfaen supplies local hotels and restaurants with their fresh, seasonal fruit and vegetables including raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, blackcurrants, potatoes, artichokes purple-sprouting-this, pink-that and a whole rainbow of colours more.

  • Places to eat in the North Pennines

    As part of our Green Traveller's Guide to the North Pennines, Paul Bloomfield picks out a selection of restaurants, cafés, markets and farm shops in this glorious Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the north of England. Fresh produce is big business in the North Pennines, and there are a great many restaurants, cafes and farm shops offering up the best produce the North Pennines has to offer. It doesn't matter whether you visit a luxurious restaurant, a family-run farm shop or one of the monthly farmers' markets, the food is guaranteed to be top notch, healthy, and you'll have the added satisfaction of knowing that you're putting money straight back into the hands of the people responsible for producing it. Discerning ale drinkers will also be able to sample a wide range of cask ales. thecrownatmickleton.co.uk Eggleston Hall Coach House Restaurant Situated directly adjacent to the magnificent Eggleston Hall Gardens is the Coach House Bistro and Restaurant. The restaurant itself is open for out of hours private parties. egglestonhall.co.uk Thorpe Farm bistro and coffee shop The newly converted bistro and coffee shop at Thorpe Farm Centre in North Yorkshire is the ideal place to pick up a coffee, a piece of homemade cake or an entire locally sourced meal.

  • Places to Eat in the Brecon Beacons

    As part of our Green Traveller's Guide to the Brecon Beacons, Paul Bloomfield picks out a selection of restaurants, cafés, inns and food festivals that celebrate local food and drink in this glorious National Park in south Wales. From Michelin-starred restaurants to quaint, family-run tearooms, almost every menu in the region will offer something that has either grown or been reared in the surrounding hills and forests. Voted one of the best restaurants in the UK, the Walnut Tree has blossomed under the expert guidance of chef Shaun Hill and now offers an eclectic menu based around the core principle of using top-quality, locally sourced ingredients. In the evening, favourites include the Welsh black fillet and a Perl Las risotto. gliffaeshotel.com The Swan Hotel This cosy, Grade II-listed coaching inn is home to two restaurants - the Garden Room, which serves dinner during the summer and Sunday lunches, and the bistro, serving lunch and evening meals. Having developed an impressive kitchen garden, the restaurant now offers a host of gorgeous fruit and veg, as well as selling a variety of picalillies and chutneys.

  • Places to Stay in Mid Wales

    Lasswade Country House & Restaurant, Powys, Wales A warm and homely four star b&b hotel with fabulous views of the Cambrian Mountains, Epynt Hills and Brecon Beacons. The stunning scenery is a fab backdrop for outdoor activities, and the peaceful location makes it a perfect spot to appreciate the recently awarded "Dark Skies" status. thegranaryinthepark.com The Drovers Rest Restaurant with Rooms, Powys, Wales. An award winning riverside restaurant and tearoom offering cosy accommodation. Home to the J & R School of Cooking Masterclasses, the local food and service are renowed througout Wales and the UK as one of the best little restaurants. food-food-food.co.uk The Old Coach House, Machynlleth, Mid-Wales A 1 bed, self-catering holiday cottage in the peaceful Dyfi Valley and Snowdonia National Park. Great for badger watching from the treehouse, seeing lambing live or soaking in the tranquillity. nannerth.co.uk The Old Vicarage, Dolfor, Powys, Mid Wales A former Victorian Vicarage offering 5-star accommodation and a licensed restaurant.

  • Places to Eat in Anglesey

    Pubs, restaurants and cafés across the region serve up this local bounty with flair: try mussels steamed in local cider, tender Welsh mountain lamb, and fabulous cakes and scones. There are two B&B rooms onsite and a self-catering cottage too. rhosboeth.co.uk Ann’s Pantry This bright and breezy café and restaurant is a great place to wind up at whilst tackling the coastal path. There are lots of tempting fish dishes at this restaurant in lovely Menai Bridge: try Dyl’s Drunken Mussels, steamed in local Welsh cider, or herb encrusted hake – or go all out with the Ferryman’s Platter, piled high with prawns, potted mussels and smoked trout. Deservedly popular so make sure you book, especially in summer. dylansrestaurant.co.uk Marram Gras Stroll across the vast empty beach at Newborough before clambering over dunes to this village restaurant, run by two brothers with a passion for the provenance of ingredients. Inside, it's contemporary and cosy, and there’s a lovely play area to amuse children – and a great kids menu, too. white-eagle.co.uk The Lobster Pot Perched above Church Bay on Anglesey’s west coast, this seafood restaurant has been in business since the 1940’s.

  • Places to Eat in the Yorkshire Dales

    As part of our Green Traveller's Guide to The Yorkshire Dales, Paul Bloomfield picks out a selection of restaurants, pubs, cafés and local produce in this popular National Park in the north of England. After a day out exploring the Dales, there’s nothing better than a warming meal and there are plenty of sumptuous choices around – whether it’s a fine dining restaurant or cosy pub that suits your mood. Kilnsey Restaurant and Café A great place to stop for hearty home cooking from Yorkshire in the lovely Kilnsey Park (follow the wildlife spotting trail then come to refuel). Join a brewery tour to learn how it’s all done and sample the results in the bar and bistro. copperdragon.uk.com Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa With a Michelin star and 4 AA rosettes, the Burlington Restaurant is perhaps the finest in Yorkshire. Creative menus use all local produce in both the Restaurant and more informal Bar Brasserie.

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