Safari Narrowboat Tearoom – Manchester

If you like the tranquillity and beauty that our great British waterways have to offer, then I’m certain you’ll appreciate this little gem we recently discovered on Droyslden Marina. 

Castle Cottage Tearoom – Pevensey

A friend I’m staying with in Hankham recommended having lunch at Castle Cottage Tearoom, located alongside the ancient walls of Pevensey Castle.

The Old Loom Mill, Tea Room – Hailsham

Hailsham is home to my favourite caravan park and camping site, Peel House Farm and it was while visiting friends there, taking a stroll together along the Cuckoo Trail that I discovered The Old Loom Mill tea room and crafts centre.

The 20th Manchester Food and Drink Festival

Manchester is hosting its 20th Food and Drink Festival from September 28th – October 9th 2017.  If urban food and drink festivals are your thing then you won’t want miss this one. For more details visit: foodanddrinkfestival.com

Sherbet Fountain – Motcomb Street, Belgravia

For one night only on September 27th there will be a sherbet fountain at Motcomb Street in Belgravia. This sculpture is being erected by Bompas & Parr, who are best known for their sculpture of a cathedral made out of jelly and a cocktail boating lake. The sherbet fountain will be the main attraction for…

Café Knus – Malmö, Sweden

If dog friendly cafes are your thing and you just happen to be in Malmo Sweden, then you are going to want to visit Cafe Knus. Situated in the middle of Vastra Ronneholmsvagen between Tornskarsgatan and Edward Lindahlsgatan, a quiet scenic area with some interesting architecture.

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Bar 163 – Egham

If you’re looking for reasonably priced traditionally cooked food served in a warm friendly atmosphere, then Bar 163 in Egham should fit the bill. The exterior of the building looks very Victorian to me, while inside you’ve got a good mix of antique and modern furnishing. A strange choice of combination, but it really does go well together.

Hamlet Cafe – Hornsey Road, Islington

I have walked past this cafe every day for months, and never gave it a second look until now. Maybe it’s because secretly I’m a snob, or maybe it’s because I have a tendency to judge a cafe based on it’s neighbourhood. Whatever my reasons for not trying this cafe before today, I’ve learnt these two valuable lessons…one, never judge a cafe by it’s neighbourhood and two, stop being such a snob!