Food and Drink
Contrary to popular belief it’s not England that is the best place in the UK to enjoy afternoon tea but Wales and many properties that are members (by invitation only) of the exclusive Welsh Rarebits collection of hotels have mouth-watering offerings
Canada accounts for more than 80 per cent of worldwide production of maple syrup and nowhere more so than in the Province of Ontario, the world's fourth largest producer.
With more breweries than any other state south of Pennsylvania and east of Texas, North Carolina is truly the South’s beer stronghold.
Romantic retreat Manor House Stables in rural Lincolnshire offers an eco-friendly cosy bolthole – and a chance for couples to learn together too.
In New England, cups runneth over with craft beer and session ales. There is an entire ecosystem of award-winning breweries, brew pubs and local farms that exist solely for the purpose of pouring the perfect pint, so if you are looking for the ideal ale, chances are it is here!
As the UK's mass food industry negotiates storm and turmoil, guests of the Budock Vean on Cornwall's Helford River are enjoying an oasis of calm knowing the provenance of every morsel that passes their lips.
The finest Australian cuisine in an unsurpassed setting is precisely what guests will experience at the 'Best of Australia at qualia' Great Barrier Feast event from 12-14 July 2013.
Cape Lux Travels has introduced the fully escorted A Feast For The Senses food tour to Vietnam and Cambodia with acclaimed author Kim Fay.
Italian chefs prepare to give the British public a pizza their mind, as research released today by Italian Country Cottages reveals as many as a third of British holidaymakers are currently mistaking deep pan pizzas as an authentic slice of Italy.
Reclining on a beach lounger with a novel in one hand and cocktail in the other; finally it's time to relax on the holiday you've been fantasising about all year.
Just the remedy to beat the winter blues, is the Loch Lomond Arm Hotel’s getaway break for the whisky connoisseur, allowing you to enjoy your angel’s share* with a visit to a local distillery.
The adventure tour operator, Intrepid Travel has launched a new range of ‘food adventures’ which offer travellers authentic, affordable food experiences in countries renowned for their cuisine, including Vietnam, Mexico, Spain and India.
Live music in underground car parks, in the middle of the Darwin exhibition and in abandoned industrial buildings. Guided tours through Copenhagen's lesser-known neighbourhoods and dinners in settings that challenge social conventions.
Hong Kong, already renowned for showcasing the best of the best of Chinese cooking, is fast becoming a hub for foodies around the world, highlighted by the latest edition of the Michelin Guide Hong Kong.
Elliston in Newfoundland and Labrador has long been a home to food secrets. In fact 130 root cellars dotted across the coastal landscape literally hide away the small towns vegetable supply, and make for a unique tourist attraction.
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