Those wishing to dine for lunch or dinner at the Parthenope restaurant may call: 2122 3333 and request, free of charge to be picked up with an elegant Tuk Tuk (Age Calessino) and after dining dropped back.
33 Paceville Avenue,
St Julian's Malta
On entering Paul Pry, we received a genuine welcome and were warmed by the cheerful and lively atmosphere. Forget ordering at the bar - everything is selected from your table and served to you by the friendly, enthusiastic waiting staff.After our baked cod with tomato salsa, and chicken goujons with barbecue ribs, our clean plates spoke for themselves. The setting is well organised and relaxed, guests can sink into comfy sofas or sit at the more formal dining tables. Although affiliated with the Premier Inn next door, Paul Pry is open to everyone for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks. After we'd devoured our eye-catching desserts of chocolate fudge cake and lemon drizzle sponge, my partner had only one word to summarise: beautiful. Paul Pry offers fanastic value too, with main meals priced from £4.99 and free breakfast for children when dining with a paying adult.
Paul Pry Restaurant and Pry
1023 Lincoln Road,
Peterborough PE4 6AH
Set on the banks of the River Ouse, The Lazy Otter Restaurant and Bar is the perfect destination for a relaxing meal or drink. The scenery can be enjoyed from both the cosy restaurant and spacious garden overlooking the moorings. Situated near all the region's noteworthy spots. The Lazy Otter is ideal for travellers and walkers. Accommodation is available, with a single room priced at £65 and doubles at £110 - inclusive of hearty breakfasts. You'll only find the best , locally sourced ingredients in the pantry here, which the chefs use with skill to create a great range of classic dishes. The bar, meanwhile, is stocked with a superb selection of real ales and ciders. If you're thinking of visiting on a weekend, perhaps for one of The Lazy Otter 's renowned Sunday lunches, then booking is definitely advisable - word has gotten out about this fantastic riverside restaurant.
The Lazy Otter Restaurant and Bar
Stretham Nr Ely CB6 3 LU
The door of this 18th-Century coaching inn opened to reveal a huge log fire in a warm, inviting interior, Michelin - starred chef Jamie Corless at The Three Kings excellently combines the traditional with the imaginative on his menu - displayed on small blackboards around the dining area. To start we had a crisp, tangy prawn cocktail, and rich and creamy garlic mushrooms. My partner's main of fish and chips was wittily served on mock newspaper with tartare sauce and mushy peas, while my crispy duck came with sweet cherry sauce and a colourful range of vegetables.
Although our portions were more than generous, the desserts - including tangy lemon and and rasberry tart and Pavlova - still proved irresistible.
Landlord James Cassidy also offers fantastic outside catering and mobile bars. With outdoor seating, ample parking and a great range of wines and coffees, The Three Kings is certainly a treasure.
The Three Kings
6 Station Road,
Haddenham CB6, 3XD
Route 1: Borris in Ossory to Abbeyleix - Stradbally - Erno - Mountmellick- Portioaise.
Distance : 103km
The tour starts in Borris in Ossory which lies beneath Slieve Bloom Mountains,take the R435 signposted Rathdowey, you will pass through Ballybrophy and on to Donaghmore, watch out for a brown sign Famine Workhouse Museum on the right.
From Donaghmore continue to Rathdowney on the R435 to do some shopping at the Rathdowney Shopping Outlet.
From Rathdowney take the R433 signposted Abbeyleix to Ballacolla. This is a late eighteenth century, well kept village, which has access to the Slieve Bloom Mountains.
From Ballacolla turn right onto the R434 to travel to Darrow, turn right onto the N8 signposted Cork to enter the village. One of Durrow's finest features is the suite of buildings around the green under the gates and a battlemented wall which in turn encloses a tastefully designed modern primare school and the important castle (1713 - 32), one of the last large pre-Palladian houses to be built in Ireland.
From Durrow, travel back the N8 signposted Dublin, turn right onto an unnamed road signposted Ballinakill. In Ballinakill turn left at sign for Heywood Gardens, which were designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. Take a left for Timahoe and Heywood Gardens are on the right.
Leaving Heywood Gardens, turn left, then next right onto the R432, travel to the designated heritage town of Abbeyleix, while there visit the award winning library and Abbeyleix Heritage House,
From Abbeyleix, follow the brown signposts to Timahoe, on entering the village turn right to see the Round Tower which was built in the mid 12th Century and is one of the finest in Ireland.
From Timahoe, continue straight on an unnamed road, follow signs for Stradbally on entering the
village turn left to visit the Steam Museum, with some exhibits dating back over 60 years.
From Stradbally you can take a detour on the N80 signposted Portiaoise, you willsee a brown sign post to the right to visit the Rock of Dunamaise, a magnificent example of the remains of a Celtic fortification. Leaving Dunamaise, head back on N80 to Stradbally, on entering Stradbally take a
left on to the R427 for Vicarstown.
Turn right for Vicarstown Bridge where tranquillity is easily found along the banks of the Grand Canal. Turn back on the road that you came and continue straight ahead, follow signs for Erno. Continue on the R422, signposted Mountmellick. Continue on to Emo, where you can visit Emo Court, designed by James Gandon in 1790 for the Earls of Portarlington.
From Emo travel to Mountmellick on the R422, where Mountmellick Museum showcases Mountmellick embroiderythat was developed in the 1800's. The Museum also tells the story of Mountmellick's rich Quaker and industrial history.
From Mountmellick, take the N80 to Portiaoise the capital of county Laois, wher out tour ends in this vibrant town where there are interesting shops, great restaurants and a buzzing nightlife.
The Kindli is situated in a stately old - town house just off Rennweg and serves solid food not just from Switzerland in a refined atmosphere. At the Kindli they do everything with a little extra , the Zurich classic geschhnetzeites (veal in bite sized pieces) for example is done here with filet of veal.
Besides classics there are fish and beef specialities on the menu. Leave room for the dessert , the cafe is excellent.
This is extraordinary avant-garde cuisine in a comfortable and easy-going interior, where the homely white wooden panelling sets the mood. The menu created by chefs Fabian Spiquel und Marcello Drovandi changes frequently and features molecular cuisine as well as other unusual cooking styles
(we had an onsen egg, cooked 20 minutes at exactly 68 C giving it a special wax-like consistency). You simply choose as many of the dishes as you like - there are a dozen or more available - or go for the 5 - dish menu (around .....fr). It's amazing the tastes they create here. And with a very tender steak they also offer some less out-of-the-ordinary, options. Recommended.
Restaurant Maison Manesse
The Bite is the latest of a handful of burger restaurants that have recently opened in the city. - burgers seem to back on the locals' hitlist. The Bite convinced us with their Classic burger - it was one of the best we have had for a long time.
The beef was fried to perfection , the blend delicious and the cheddar cheese, the shallots and the sauces a great match. The home-made ketchup and cocktail sauces which came with the fries went down well too. We could do without some of the arty chichi - the drinks are served in jars and the burgers come on a wooden chopping boards - but we would always come back for these burgers.
Restaurant The Bite
The burgers here are hearty and have plenty of taste - and, mind, we're not just talking about the one with the chillies.
The farmer- style decoration (complete with stuffed rabbit), the bright colours and unpolished wooden floor give the place a cosy feel. And they don't just do burgers, but salads and club sandwiches as well. It's also a good place for a drink among friends.
Order one of the many cocktails or beers on offer while watching major sports events on the TV and the big screen,
The Iroquois has a take-away grill station too.
This small and simple restaurant is run by Korean Chef Miran Lee. But we really liked what we got; if you like Asian Cuisine, you will definitely like the Bibimbap. a mixed rice dish with vegetables and beef. The Bulgogi, thinly - cut marinated beef was excellent too.
As everything is freshly prepared in-house here, you need to bring some patience. Given that, we are sure you won't regret coming here.
Halmstad Camping is a charming and friendly campsite that is beautifully situated in a green oasis of sighing birches next to the Prins Bertil Trail, about a kilometre or so from Riccardos, handmade Italian glass of the highest class. Hamstad Camping is close to most things. Walking distance to Tylosand vary greatly, from cliffs to sandy beaches. Solgarden with apres- beach every afternoon in peak season is located a couple of kilometres from the campsite.
There are frequent buses direct from the campsite to the centre of Halmstad and Tylosand. We are next to Tylosand golf course and 4 kilometres from Halmstad, with a park full of merry-go-rounds and dinosours, and a water park. Bosse Bo Kids Club welcomes all children aged 4 - 12 years to join in the activities.
A warm welcome from Nordic \casmping & Resort.
This wine is produced using Cagnulari and other red-skinned grapes of the Alghero area. The grapes are harvested by hand, pressed and left to macerate in steel vats for four weeks. The wine is devatted and transferred to small tanks, at a controlled temperature of 18-20 C to complete its evolution. The small batches of wine are then aged in barriques and tonneaux for between 12 and 15 months. After mixing the wine is left to gracefully refine in the bottle.
Colour: Ruby red with garnet reflections
Serving suggestions: Ideal with Sardinian starters and roast meats, also with medium and well- matured pecorino cheeses.
The Hotel Zurcherhof's restaurant brings the specialities from the mountainous souther canton of
Wallis to town. There are Raclette and eight different kinds of fondues on the menu - with extras
ranging from pepper and garlic to goat cheese and mushrooms.
But there is meat as well - and not just air-dried kind we recommend for a starter. Go for a fillet of beef for example of the not particularly Swiss but nevertheless tasty meat fondues. We like the traditional cellar-style atmosphere with the modern touch if cheese is what you're after. here.
A good choice if cheese is what you're after.
For decades Le Dezaley has been dedicated to dishes from the canton Vaud, situated in western Switzerland. The fondue prepared according to an old family recipe is definitely very tasty and also comes in a version with morels (mushrooms). Or get one of the fondue deals including a starter
(like air-dried meat) and a dessert.
Try one of the different sausages of the region, be it stuffed with cabbage or just served plain with French beans or leek or go for one of the other Swiss dishes.
The old part of the restaurant is more charming, so try to get a seat there.
Restaurant Le Dezaley
The Swiss cheese specialities' fondue' and 'raclette' originally come from the French speaking areas of Switzerland. Fondue is basically a mix of melted cheese and white wine bubbling over a small burner which you dip bread cubes into, while raclette is pure melted cheese which is poured over boiled potatoes.
Locals usually eat these dishes during the cold time of the year, we definitely recommend trying them whatever the season.
Many Swiss celebrate New Year's Eve with a dinner with the family, - either at home or at a restaurant - and
go out to party later. Lots of restaurants offer special deals for the new Year's Eve, usually consisting of a more or less extended menu and champagne at midnight. Choose your favourite restaurant in our restaurant chapter - and don't forget to call therm as a reservation is essential.
It goes without saying that all bars and clubs in town have New Year's Eve Decoration and parties - including rather high New year's Eve admission fees, if you're not touring in too large numbers, bar hopping might be a good alternative to a club option, even though especially the Niederdorf area will be really crowded.
The biggest New year's Eve Party in Switzerland is called (Silvesterzauber) ("New Year's magic) and takes place around Zurich's lake shore. Dozens of food stands, bars and tents with party music turn the area around Bellevue and Burkliplatz into a huge open air party. The climax of the evening is the fireworks display paid for by Zurich's hoteliers and Swiss Casinos Zurich. At exactly twenty minutes past midnight hundreds of rockets take off from boats on the lake. Around 200,000 people attend, so make sure you don't geft stuck snogging behind a tree and miss all the action. You wonder why the fireworks start twenty minutes late - for 15 minutes before and after midnight the city's church bells ring to bid the old year farewell and to welcome the new one.
Open: 20.00 - 03.00
New Year's Eve Cruise
How about a five-hour cruise on New Year's Eve?
The MS Panta Rhei will glide over the water while you enjoy a six-course menu. DJ Janosch will then get you dancing to oldies and newer hits. If you prefer it without party music, take the MS Uetilberg. Of course you'll be in pole position to see the fireworks just just after midnight .
New Year's Eve Cruise
Tel: +41 44 487 13 33
Cruise starts 20.00. Ticket including dinner : ,......FR
half price for children
The Wheatsheaf stands where you'd expect any great British Pub to be: at the heart of a rural, picturesque village. It's well - positioned as a base for the many walkers and cyclists that Perry attracts, as well as the boaters, and fly-fishers that visit for nearby Grafham Water.
Nr. Huntington PE 28 0BX
Just north of Peterborough in the small village of Glinton, the inviting Blue Bell offers a warm welcome to both local patrons and its many visitors from further afield. A popular destination all year round, this family-run pub has a large garden at the back which is always put to good use during the summer, with guests enjoying refreshing drinks out in the sun. However, come winter time, they gather round the open fire to warm through with hearty meals.
The Blue Bell
10 High Street,
Nr Peterborough PE6 7LS
The family idyll Skrea Camping is located a stone's throw from one of Sweden's most beautiful beaches, 25 minutes by car from the shopping metropolis of Gekas in Ulared. In the height of summer we arrange daily activities for your children, in our playroom and at our children's club,
including crab fishing, treasure hunts, etc.. If you run out of charcoal, we have a restaurant as well as a shop on site - it can be nice to change the BBQ for a plank steak occasionally .
Pack your swimwear, golf clubs and fishing rod. A warm welcome to Skrea Camping.
Olofsbo has a comfortable, well-equipped cottages for hire for all the family. There are several sizes to choose from. A few even allow pets. For added convenience, our cottages cab be hired as 'cottage hotels'. Bed linen, towels and final cleaning are then included.
Welcome to Bjorkangs Havasbad och Camping in Tvaaker, Varberg. Family campsite beautifully
situated on the West Coast Riviera. The sandy beach is just a stone's throw from the campsite with lovely soft sand and child-friendly swimming.
Here you'll find everything you need for a nice holiday:
a big shop, minigolf, football pitch, boule court, beach volley, kite surfing and children's club.
Our ghost walks are exciting and great fun for children. Other popular activities include bouncy cushions and climbing Towers.
Restaurang Lanterman is fully licensed and arranges shellfish evenings, pop quizzes and troubadour evenings. The menu also includes take - aways. We have fully equipped cottages and large, comfortable pitches.
Georges was transformed in 2011 into a modern, community -orienatated tavern.
.....quality food, fine drink and great music.....
Visit in the evenings to relax and unwind with your friends while listening to the live music, or perhaps take part in some of Georges' other entertainment, including party bingo, karaoke,Georges' retro remix of 70s and 80s disco and open mic. sessions. Just be sure to indulge in Georges' fine food from the extensive bar and restaurant menus.
Open: Sun - Weds 8am -11pm
Thurs 8am - midnight
Food served : Mon - Sat 8am - 9 pm
Sun noon - 5 pm