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- Places to Stay in Normandy
Feast on regional dishes in the restaurant, and there’s masses to do in the area. villafolavril.fr Le Landemer, Normandy, France A beautiful sea-facing hotel which had a total refurbishment in 2014.
- Orion Treehouses, South of France
Groups up to 12 adults and families up to 14 persons Price: Self-catering from €200/night Spring and Autumn (min 2 nights); €795 for 3 nights in the Summer Meals: Breakfast included; several excellent restaurants close by Open: April to October Facilities: Cots available & babies stay for free; Sauna, Yoga & Massage available. If you can stir yourself away from the tranquility, a short walk up the hill behind Orion is La Brouette, a wonderfully intimate, Danish-owned restaurant, overlooking the medieval, fortified village of Saint-Paul de Vence (see top tip below). Plus there are also lots of lovely locally owned restaurants in nearby St Paul de Vence, including Le Tilleul and La Colombe d'Or as well as Pause Nature in La Colle sur Loup, and Dame Nature - an organic restaurant in Saint-Laurent du Var harbour. - reservations advised, especially in summer. Once you've arrive in Nice, you can either take take bus 400 direct to Saint-Paul de Vence in 1 hour (from where it's a 20-minute walk to Orion), or take the train to Cagnes-sur-Mer from where you can get a taxi to Orion - you can pre-book a transfer from the railway station with local taxi company Taxi Patrice +33 (0)685 57 13 10 / email@example.com Top Tip: As well as the lovely village of Saint-Paul de Vence, the most outstanding thing is the wonderful restaurant behind Orion, called La Brouette. Alternatively, there are some wonderful restaurants in St Paul de Vence.
- Direct (Summer Only) Train from London to Marseille, France
For more information about where to stay in Marseille, as well as tips on local restaurants, markets, museums and how to get around the city by bike and public transport, see our Green Traveller's Guide to Marseille. The spectacular old port at its centre is surrounded by pavement cafes, restaurants and bars, and overlooked by an iconic hilltop church.
- Places to eat in Dartmoor National Park
As part of our Green Traveller's Guide to Dartmoor National Park, Paul Bloomfield picks out a selection of pubs, restaurants, and cafés to find the best local food and drink in this glorious National Park in south west England . Stella also set up the UK’s first ever organic restaurant in the 80’s and has championed local, seasonal produce from the very beginning.
- Where to eat in Athens
As we launch our Green Traveller's Guide to Athens, Clare Hargreaves picks out a selection of restaurants, cafés and markets to find the best local food and drink in the Greek Capital. Whether you’re after a humble oregano-sprinkled souvlaki takeaway, a ‘proper’ Greek coffee in a streetside cafe, or a Michelin-starred blow-out in an elegant rooftop restaurant with Acropolis views, Athens has it all. Smart new galleries are also upping their game by offering first-rate food in stylish courtyard cafe-restaurants. Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation Café-Restaurant Athens seems to have a knack at producing superb cafe-restaurants in its newer art galleries. Fabulous. bytheglass.gr Mono wine restaurant, Plaka At first glance you could mistake this half-inside-half-outside eaterie for your typical Plaka taverna.
- Local food and drink in the Peak District
As part of our Green Traveller's Guide to the Peak District, Florence Fortnam picks out a selection of restaurants, cafés and markets to find the best local food and drink in this glorious National Park in central England. All this seasonal goodness can be sampled in the many restaurants, pubs and markets dotted throughout the region, so whether you want to splash out on a fine dining experience or buy directly from local producers at one of the monthly farmers markets, getting involved in the regional food scene should be a highlight of any trip to the Peak District. The Yorkshire Bridge Inn Restaurant An award-winning inn supporting local suppliers and traditional community events, the Yorkshire Bridge Inn is also just a hop from Ladybower Reservoir. Also very nearby is Route 6 on the National Cycle Network. yorkshire-bridge.co.uk The Orangery Restaurant at Losehill House Hotel & Spa Staff here are deservedly proud of this unpretentious, award-winning restaurant, which strives to provide the highest quality food without ever compromising on quality or ethics. It is therefore advisable to make the half hour walk from the station, or to take a taxi, which the restaurant will be happy to arrange for you.
- A food tour of Normandy
Harriet O’Brien enjoys a foodie tour of Normandy and tastes ice cider and succulent scallops, and visits some of the region's Michelin-starred restaurants You must, must, must taste this,’ says David Goerne, beaming with pleasure as he presents me with a dish of exquisite amuse-bouches. I savoured some of this in fantastically sophisticated form at Initial restaurant nearby. Marvelling at a striking combination of salmon and spinach, I was told that Initial is the fourth of Caen’s restaurants to win a Michelin star, another award newly made in February 2016. I strolled its restaurant-lined inner harbour watching colourful boats unloading their nets and then walked along its extraordinary beach where in place of pebbles and sand you find thousands of scallop shells. I walked along its harbour, a vibrant venue of fishing boats, yachts and restaurants, then headed a few streets up to Palais Bénédictine.
- Green Traveller's Guide to Amsterdam
A circular fire hangs from the ceiling in the mellow lounge, there’s free wifi, 48 smart but cosy bedrooms and a breezy, open-plan restaurant. Where to eat De Kas There can’t be many restaurants that follow the local produce ethos quite as closely as De Kas. Restaurant Freud Set near the city’s Westerpark, this shipshape restaurant puts its heart and soul into what it serves. Restaurant As This restaurant has become a place of pilgrimage for visiting foodies, despite its out-of-the-way location in the south of the city. Written by Rhiannon Batten == Photo credits: Smalltown Harbours, Edam: Amsterdam Tourism & Convention Board (ATCB); Restaurant De Kas, Copyright: Ronald Hoeben; Restaurant De Kas, Copyright: Ronald Hoeben; Canoe Safari; Conscious Hotel Vondelpark; Conscious Hotel Vondelpark; Cycling in Amsterdam.
- How to travel from Wales to Europe without flying
Greatest choice of sailing times at 08:15, 14.45, 22:00 and 22:45 depending on the day and season Facilities on board: bar, restaurants, cinema, entertainment for adults and children, shops and kids play area Sleeper Cabins: take from 2-4 people and some ferries have cabins suitable for a dog to travel alongside its owner Luggage: there’s no limit on luggage. Leaves Portsmouth at 20:15, arriving in Cherbourg at 08:15, with slight changes to timings depending on the season and some day crossings from St Malo Facilities on board: cinemas, cabaret and live entertainment, restaurants, bar, cafe, shopping Sleeper cabins: 2-4 berth cabins Luggage: there’s no limit on luggage. Sundays sailings offer two nights onboard Facilities on board: restaurants, bar, cafe, shopping, pool, spa, cinema, children’s play area Sleeper cabins: 2-4 berth cabins including a cabin that accommodates a pet alongside its owners Luggage: there’s no limit on luggage. Leaves Portsmouth at around 08:45 or 17:00 depending on the day and season Facilities on board: restaurants, bar, cafe, shopping, pool, spa, cinema, children’s play area Sleeper cabins: 2-4 berth cabins including a cabin that accommodates a pet alongside its owners Luggage: there’s no limit on luggage. Leaves Plymouth at around 08:00 and/or 22:00, depending on the day and season Facilities on board: restaurants, bars, cafe, shops, live entertainment, cinemas, children’s play area, pool and spa (on some crossings) Sleeper cabins: 2-4 berth cabins Luggage: there’s no limit on luggage.
- Places to Stay in Llŷn
Popular with holidaymakers who come to explore this historic spot and with locals who love the 'Back Bar'. nanhoronhotel.com Plas Bodegroes, Pwllheli, Llŷn This luxurious 'restaurant with rooms' is surrounded by beautiful gardens, unspoiled countryside and is not too far from the beach.