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Experience vintage English hospitality and choose from hundreds of delicious treats and tea varieties in this iconic Art Deco café.
Location: Harrogate, North Yorkshire
Sample the fruits of this Derbyshire vineyard in the charming countryside of The National Forest, and then go to sleep in a pyramid-roofed bedroom.
Location: Swadlincote, Derbyshire
Explore the vineyard and sample the wine and beer produced in this truly independent brewery in Oxfordshire.
Location: Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire
Roll up your sleeves as you become an apprentice brewer for the day in one of Derby’s many micro-breweries.
Location: Derby, Derbyshire
The emphasis at Chiltern Brewery has always been to produce natural, wholesome beers using the best, class A malt and hops sourced in England.
Location: Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
Celebrate one of Kent's finest exports - the humble hop - with a beery-break in Faversham in Kent.
Location: Faversham, Kent
Lincoln’s unique city-centre waterfront is the ideal base for a vibrant, exciting weekend city break.
Location: Lincoln, Lincolnshire
Dedham Vale Vineyard is a great place to experience wine tasting whilst enjoying the pristine rolling English countryside.
Location: Boxted near Colchester, Essex
Craster is the acclaimed home of the kipper – a breakfast favourite of the Queen. But there’s more to Craster than fishy tales.
Location: Craster, Northumberland
Visit the 1843 original Fisherman’s kitchen, sup a pint of Farne Island Ale in a beer garden or indulge in Robson Green’s favourite ice cream.
Location: Seahouses, Northumberland
Get some 'Ginspiration' with tutored tasting at family-run distillery in beautiful Thornbury, near Bristol.
Location: Thornbury, Bristol
Discover the market town of Melton Mowbray, close to the Vale of Belvoir, which translated means ‘beautiful view’.
Location: Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire
The intimate setting of Maiyango is perfect for re-igniting or kindling a romance. Learn how to make your own cocktails with a resident mixologist.
Location: Leicester, Leicestershire
Pronounced ‘beaver’ by locals and literally meaning ‘beautiful view’, the Vale of Belvoir offers the perfect place to hideaway.
Location: Near Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire
Enjoy fine dining, traditional pubs and a long history of oyster fishing in Emsworth, near Portsmouth.
Location: Emsworth, Hampshire
Get a taste of the New Forest where locally produced and caught food takes pride of place on the menu.
Location: New Forest, Hampshire
The city’s largest brewery operates six characterful pubs full of charm. Each one serves locally brewed ale in a unique setting.
Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire
Discover the Lancashire Cheese Trail, and watch cheese being made at Dewlay Cheese.
Location: Garstang, Lancashire
A farm shop like no other, Ludlow Food Centre is situated in Shropshire’s gastronomic capital of Ludlow.
Location: Ludlow, Shropshire
Bishop’s Castle is home to the Three Tuns Brewery, the oldest brewery still in operation in the country.
Location: Bishop's Castle, Shropshire
Sneak into Cocoa’s enchanted chocolate wonderland for a true midnight feast and experience a lock-in with a difference.
Location: Sheffield, South Yorkshire
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