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Whether you’re staying over in the city centre or just spending the day there, an afternoon tea is a welcome addition on a visit to Manchester. We’ve selected six of the best hotels serving up the popular treat.
Rebekka O’Grady enjoys a stay at the renovated Trout Hotel in Cockermouth.
An independent restaurant and bar concentrating on serving our take on classic dishes with modern influences, using only the freshest local produce.
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Nestled in the heart of the English Lake District, Rothay Manor is an elegant country house retreat...
Craig Wilkinson never intended to stay in the family business but he and his wife are now leading The Bay Horse at Ellel near Lancaster into its 25th year. Emma Mayoh reports.
Welcoming both locals and visitors to the village and set in a casual dining atmosphere...
We head for Kendal, on the edge of the Lake District, to get a very pleasant taste of a hotel with a Cheshire connection, writes Louise Allen-Taylor
These stars in the East can provide you with an Christmas meal with a difference.
The Dearden Tea Rooms family business co owned by Chris Hood and Andrea Britland who share a passion for creating delicious food in a warm and welcoming setting.
The Seafood Pub Company is a group of ten gastro pubs located in picturesque destinations across Lancashire.
Andrew Nutter is a chef who needs little introduction. Emma Mayoh spoke to the food industry veteran whose mum still pays his wages.
Claylands Caravan Park has opened its Stepping Stones restaurant to the public, providing good hearty home-cooked food and entertainment to locals and visitors.
Butcher Albert Matthews, Bury Market and Eagle and Child, Ramsbottom work together to produce quality food for locals and tourists in Lancashire.
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