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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

The Talbot Inn - Nr. Peterborough, UK


Perhaps it's a frosty winter's day and you're craving an open log fire and a hearty meal to warm you up; or maybe it's the height of the summer and you find yourself in search of a garden in which to enjoy a refreshing drink.  Luckily, The Talbot Inn has all of this, as well as a warm welcome and friendly service all year round.  The menu is packed with seasonal, homemade pub fare; you're sure to find your old favourites on the list.  Perhaps start with the mushrooms accompanied by ciabatta
and served, of course, with a creamy Stilton sauce.  Warming classics such as honey and mustard home-cooked ham and Lincolnshire sausage and mash appear alongside some more additions (such as Stilton chicken) on the list of mains.  Sourcing locally where possible, The Talbot offers homely, satisfying cuisine in a fitting atmosphere.

The Talbot Inn
5 North Street, Stilton Nr Peterborough PE7 3RP

T:   0844 683 9746

E:   thetalbotinn@gmail.com
W:  www.talbotstilton.co.uk

The Snug - Cambridge, UK


The Snug is known across the city, to students and locals alike, as the home of hearty, wholesome food and delicious cocktails.  We visited on a chilly November evening but immediately felt right at home in the warmth of The Snug, comforted and a series of seasonal cocktail recommendations.

  ' .......hearty, wholesome food and delicious cocktails ....'

The Snug offers a unique and enjoyable atmosphere for both diners and drinkers; even the Monday night we visited saw a steady stream of people seek out this well-loved retreat.  Popular with those
looking for somewhere charming in which to escape the bustle of the city centre, The Snug is always worth a visit.

The Snug
170 East Road,
Cambridge  CB1 1DB

T:  0844 683 6147

The Snug
67 Lensfield Road
Cambridge CB2 1EN

T:  0844 683 6146

Web:   www.thesnugbar.co.uk

Cannonau Reserve - Di Sardegna - Italy


The grapes of this superior reserve are selected with care in the vineyards of Guardia Grande, Villasunta and Porto Conte.  They are picked by hand and left to macerate in steel wine vats at a controlled temperature.
The wine is left to mature in both oaken casks and barriques.  The merging of the product and final improvement in bottles facilities the formation of its elegant structure and harmony of scents.

Serving suggestions:  Mature cheeses, meat and game based dishes

Garvagh - Ireland, UK


A pleasant market town standing south of Coleraine and close to both the Rivers Bann and Agivey.
Garvagh is the ideal spot for the game and coarse angler.  There are many ancient and historic churches-in the area, while numerous dolmens, burial chambers and standing stones are waiting to be explored.

 - Errigal Old Church - Ballyrogan Road, Ballintemple, Garavagh, BT 51, 5EY

 - Garvagh Forest -  Main Street, Garvagh
                                Garavagh Forest Office
                                T:   028 2955 6000
                                F:   028 2955 7162
                                E:  customer.forestservice@dardni.gov.uk
                               W:  www.foresterviceni.gov.uk

 - Garvagh Museum And Heritage Centre -  142 Main Street Garvagh  BT 51 5AE
                                                                       T:  028 2955 7924
                                                                       E:  info@garvaghmuseum,com
                                                                       W: www.garvaghmuseum.com

 - Hill Walking Trails - Glenulin, BT 51 5DB
                                      Coleraine Tourist Information Centre
                                      T:  028 7034 4723

 - Jim Watt Sports Centre -  Kinard Park,  Garvagh  BT51 5NQ
                                             Brian Tohill
                                             T:   028 2955 8686

Web:   www.northcoastni.com


                       

Villa Treccani - Malcesine, Italy


Villa Treccani
Via Gardesana, 348
Malcesine

Tel:   0456570434
Fax:  045 6570434

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