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  • 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. 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. 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.

  • Local activities in Green Spain

    There is now a hotel, two restaurants, a shop, cafe and spa with grape-themed treatments and two ‘barrel baths’.

  • 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. 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. 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. The Old Vicarage, Dolfor, Powys, Mid Wales A former Victorian Vicarage offering 5-star accommodation and a licensed restaurant.

  • 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. 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.

  • Places to Eat in Pembrokeshire

    As part of our Green Traveller's Guide to Pembrokeshire National Park, Paul Bloomfield picks out a selection of restaurants, cafés, and festivals to help you find the best local produce in this wonderful protected area in southwest Wales. The menu is equally, if not more, impressive, with a commitment to seasonal and local produce that results in the likes of local diver caught scallops, St Brides Bay crab and Welsh rib eye steak, not to mention a whole range of real Welsh ales that'll act as the perfect accompaniment to a hearty Welsh meal. Plantagenet House You'll find this cosy little restaurant hidden away in one of Tenby's cobbled streets. Having welcomed the likes of Bill Clinton, Plantagenet House has garnered a reputation as one of Pembrokeshire's top restaurants and is a great option whether you're looking for a romantic evening meal or a family outing.

  • Local Attractions in Normandy

    Wander the streets of riverside Petit Andely, between its half-timbered old houses and fine restaurants, then climb to the castle for spectacular panoramas across the Seine.

  • 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. 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. 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. 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 Nidderdale

    As part of our Green Traveller's Guide to Nidderdale, Paul Bloomfield picks out a selection of restaurants, pubs, cafés and other local food outlets in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the Yorkshire Dales. The rich farmland in the Nidderdale AONB means there’s no shortage of quality natural ingredients for local restaurants to plunder. Vennell’s Restaurant Situated in the lovely town of Masham, this recently refurbished restaurant offers carefully crafted cuisine that suits the elegant surrounds. A pub with restaurant and 12 rooms, it’s a great base for exploring this beautiful region. There’s an on-site restaurant too where head chef Andy Wilkinson offers breakfast and lunch (smoked fish bruschetta for starters, followed by chicken breast stuffed with Mackenzie’s parma ham)– and a range of cakes is served all day too.

  • Places to Eat in Gower

    From cute cafes and hearty pub fare to a slap-up beachside restaurant, our pick of the best places to eat will tempt you to theme your whole trip around Gower's gourmet delicacies. Inside you'll find a mix of walkers, surfers and locals chatting over coffee or something stronger, and the staff are charming too - we recommend. King Arthur Hotel Restaurant, Reynoldston, Gower On the edge of the moor in the picture postcard village of Reynoldston, the King Arthur is the stuff pub fantasies were made of. That said, the Britannia is wonderful in winter too, and a big bowl of their homemade rabbit casserole will warm up the coldest explorer. The Worm's Head Restaurant, Rhossili, Gower If you like your dinner with a side of glorious view, pull up a pew at the Worm's Head, where the restaurant's huge windows look down on beautiful Rhossili Bay and sets of waves crashing on the sand. If you're after a quick bite to eat, though, we'd recommend nipping into the Helvetia bar next door to the restaurant, where they serve the same menu in a cosier pub setting - there's an outdoor terrace if you need more of a fix of that incredible vista. Oxwich Bay Hotel Restaurant, Oxwich, Gower Make sure you arrive early for a pre-dinner stroll along lovely Oxwich Bay - we reckon the delicious menus the hotel's restaurant prides itself on will taste even better afterwards.

  • Places to eat in Suffolk Coast and Heaths

    As part of our Green Traveller's Guide to Suffolk Coast and Heaths, Paul Bloomfield picks out a selection of farmers' markets, festivals and restaurants to find the best local food and drink in this glorious Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in south east England. Below is our top pick of restaurants, cafes and delicatessens that showcase the best of what this region has to offer, or try and time your visit to coincide with one of the many farmers’ markets and food festivals that are bursting with mouth-watering local produce. Jason also loves to differentiate his cooking from other restaurants in Aldeburgh by adding a subtle French twist to his menu, so expect to find moules mariniere, beef bourguignon and Mediterranean vegetable tart amongst the more traditional Suffolk fare such as Sutton Hoo roast chicken and the local cheese platter. Trinity Restaurant at the Crown and Castle With two AA rosettes and countless excellent write ups in the major food guides, it’s not surprising that guests often cite The Trinity Restaurant as one of the major reason they come to stay at The Crown and Castle. Having been involved in fishing, smoking and cultivating oysters for over 50 years, Pinney's of Orford (and the nearby Butley Orford Oysterage) should be your first stop for delicious local seafood. The Boardwalk Restaurant Having recently been renovated, the Boardwalk restaurant on Southwold Pier now offers a fantastic family-friendly dining experience wher ethe emphasis is firmly placed on showcasing local food and producers. It’s not just Southwolds’ only fish restaurant, but also a truly neighbourhood restaurant which serves local food for local people.

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