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Limericks aside, the attractive Wiltshire market town of Devizes has a long history, scenic canals and spectacular battle sites - plus a rather good brewery... read more »
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Afternoon tea at the Ritz may be the ultimate London cliché. So, why not avoid the uptight dress code and head for an equally glamorous alternative to indulge in the epitome in English dining?... read more »
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Manchester's Mecca of spice, Rusholme, boasts the highest concentration of Asian eating places in Europe. For foodies with a penchant for fiery, it's time to discover the city's famous Curry Mile... read more »
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Destination: London
Follow me as I walk in the footsteps of London's cultural and political elite for a stagger around Soho's legendary drinking shops and a visit to a history-making restaurant... read more »
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Destination: Oxford
Oxford is known for its great colleges with their beautiful quads and "dreaming spires", unique museums and water meadow rambles. Combine these with the annual literary festival for a memorable visit... read more »
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Destination: Cornwall
Trip type: Food and Drink
With fantastic places to eat (especially if you love fresh fish) and wonderful places to stay, Cornwall is well and truly on the foodie traveller's map... read more »
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5
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Destination: Padstow, Fowey, St Ives
Move over stodgy pasties and greasy fish and chips! From Fifteen Cornwall to Rick Stein, Cornwall is now a foodie paradise... read more »
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4.6
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Destination: London
Trip type: Food and Drink
London claims to have the best restaurants in the world. It also has some of the most expensive. So before you splash the cash, check out this guide to 10 places that are definitely worth it... read more »
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West Dorset has tingled foodies’ tastebuds for years. French gourmet Nathalie explains why Beaminster, with its restaurants and surrounding countryside, is the perfect short break destination... read more »
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If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city centre, stroll alongside the River Mersey, or shop in some of Manchester’s most stylish independent shops, head south to Chorlton and Didsbury... read more »
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Join in the fun and games in the historic English city of Chester and find out which pubs, clubs, bars and music venues to visit on your short break.... read more »
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Destination: Chester
Welcome to my Chester - a small city crammed with history, great shopping, upmarket hotels, lively nightlife and a tasty food scene. Ideal for a short break in the north west of England... read more »
#13/97
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Destination: London
Yes, it is possible to eat great food at reasonable prices right in the vibrant beating heart of London’s West End... read more »
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The Peak District is one of England's rural highlights. By staying in Buxton, you can enjoy the best of town and country and discover some amazing food and drink on the doorstep of the great outdoors... read more »
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Destination: Dorset
Fossil-strewn beaches, amazing drives, endless countryside and a foodie culture to whet your appetite - welcome to West Dorset, second home to Masterchef winner and New Zealander Mat Follas... read more »
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Destination: Chester
Come dine with me around the Roman city of Chester and find out where you can find a bargain bite to eat during your city break... read more »
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5
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Destination: Cotswolds
As a Londoner, the Cotswolds is the quickest exit from the city into the countryside for me and I tend to escape the capital twice a month to dip my toes into English country life... read more »
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When you've been striding the Yorkshire hills and dales, nothing beats a stay at one of the county's welcoming inns, complete with star-quality food... read more »
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Destination: Somerset
South Somerset's easy cycling in perfect English countryside makes for a lovely circular tour, with great scenery, great B&Bs and great pubs... read more »
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4.5
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Nottingham, with its castle, canal and caves, is a great place for a weekend break but if all you want to do is to shop and eat then you've definitely come to the right place... read more »
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