219 results found for "restaurants"
- Places to Eat in Pembrokeshire
our Green Traveller's Guide to Pembrokeshire National Park, Paul Bloomfield picks out a selection of restaurants accompaniment to a hearty Welsh meal. theswanlittlehaven.co.uk Plantagenet House You'll find this cosy little restaurant the likes of Bill Clinton, Plantagenet House has garnered a reputation as one of Pembrokeshire's top restaurants
- Places to eat in the North Pennines
part of our Green Traveller's Guide to the North Pennines, Paul Bloomfield picks out a selection of restaurants Fresh produce is big business in the North Pennines, and there are a great many restaurants, cafes and It doesn't matter whether you visit a luxurious restaurant, a family-run farm shop or one of the monthly 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
- Activities in Gower
The club's Beacons restaurant is perfect for a spot of apres golf sustenance and there's comfortable
- Local Attractions in Snowdonia
There are seven acres of interactive displays, and a shop and vegetarian restaurant on site.
- Places to Eat in the Clwydian Range & Dee Valley
The snug wood-clad bar with crackling log fire is perfect for colder days, and there’s a large restaurant
- Places to eat in Nidderdale
As part of our Green Traveller's Guide to Nidderdale, Paul Bloomfield picks out a selection of restaurants farmland in the Nidderdale AONB means there’s no shortage of quality natural ingredients for local restaurants Vennell’s Restaurant Situated in the lovely town of Masham, this recently refurbished restaurant offers A pub with restaurant and 12 rooms, it’s a great base for exploring this beautiful region. The restaurant – think polished wooden floors, faded rugs and warm colours – is renowned for its use
- Places to Stay in Pembrokeshire
The Chapel is located in a small hamlet, close to the historic city of St Davids with its restaurants Restored to heritage standard, they also feature gorgeous views over the River Teifi.
- Places to Stay in Snowdonia
The Dunoon Hotel prides itself old-fashioned hotel values, and boasts an award winning restaurant. dunoonhotel.co.uk
- Local Attractions in the Brecon Beacons
Following a considerable restoration, the canal was reopened to the public in 1970 and now offers great When you're done exploring, the Changing Seasons tearoom and restaurant offers some locally-sourced goodies The 16th Century tithe barn has been restored and now houses the Cathedral Heritage Centre, which was
- Local Attractions in the Yorkshire Dales
no shortage of historic sites too, from imposing castles and abbey ruins to 19th century mills, now restored National Park Authority the museum is free for children. yorkshiredales.org.uk Farfield Mill Housed in a restored Mill Step back in time at this 19th-century sawmill which is full working order after a comprehensive restoration Grade I listed, it’s a striking piece of architecture and was recently restored by the North Craven Building adults can turn their hand to fly fishing, and there’s a great farm shop stuffed with local goods and restaurant