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Explore Britain with your taste buds. Get inspiration for hundreds of delicious days out, tasting experiences and special places to stay, all recommended by The Foodie Travel Guide. Discover idyllic vineyards, boutique gin distilleries and traditional cider farms. Stay in charming restaurants with rooms or take a cookery course in a country house hotel. Dine in rustic farm restaurants and pretty garden cafés. Cycle and walk along tasting trails or take afternoon tea on a train. Let us be your guide to Great Tasting Britain.
Located in the heart of the Cotswolds, visitors to Sudeley Castle & Gardens can expect to have a fantastic day out. Take a stroll through our 10 award-winning gardens, explore the castle rooms, and discover the ’20 treasures of Sudeley’. Sudeley Castle is also home to the tomb of Tudor Queen Katherine Parr, the last wife of Henry VIII, which is located in St Mary’s Church. A pheasantry, adventure playground with picnic area, gift shop and café in the banqueting hall complete the perfect day out. Open daily from Monday 6th March to Sunday 29th October, 10am to 5pm.
The 64 bedroomed family friendly Langstone Cliff Hotel is situated in 19 acres of Devon woodland and enjoys spectacular views of the sea and Exe Estuary. The Hotel has a wealth of leisure facilities, spacious public rooms, and can cater for parties of up 400 people in the Washington Suite.
Fresh Food Express, an award winning mail order business based at Myreside Farm, Angus, Scotland, specialises in fresh, quality Scottish produce. They offer over 1000 food and drink products including: fresh Seafood & Fish, Highland Beef, Hebridean & Shetland Lamb / Mutton, Pork and Bacon from rare breed pigs, Boer Goat Meat, Venison, Game, Cheese, Gin, Whisky and more, all sourced from ethical Scottish producers.
'A Heaven on Earth...' DSC_1329Morris loved the house as a work of true craftsmanship, totally unspoilt and unaltered, and in harmony with the village and the surrounding countryside. He considered it so natural in its setting as to be almost organic, it looked to him as if it had "grown up out of the soil"; and with "quaint garrets amongst great timbers of the roof where of old times the tillers and herdsmen slept". Its beautiful gardens, with barns, dovecote, a meadow and stream, provided a constant source of inspiration for Morris until his death in 1896.