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Britain's Best Afternoon Tea: The New Collection Taylors of Harrogate Yorkshire Tea (AA Britain's Best)

ISBN: 9780749539771
Publisher: Automobile Association
Publication Date: 2005-03
Number of pages: 192
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This is the perfect guide for Tea enthusiasts, featuring both shops and hotels offering afternoon tea. The shops featured are all members of the Tea Guild; part of the Tea Council. The Guild inspects is members and has awards for 'Top Tea Place' etc. which will feature in the guide; hotels featured all belong to the AA Hotel Scheme. The guide is arranged in county order and covers England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and the Channel Islands. Reliable - all the establishments have been inspected; variety - a wide range of establishments, from the best tea shops in the country to grand hotels; easy-to-use - arranged in county order, each entry has either a half page (with one photograph) entry, or a whole page (with two photographs). Each entry features a description and information about facilities letting you know whether you can eat outside, whether there's a pianist, if they serve their own blend of tea, whether dogs and children are welcome, smoking or non-smoking and air conditioning. Details of available teas, set teas and other food, whether own brand jam is sold and even if the establishment has a recipe book. County openers featuring 'local specialities' are included, some counties also feature local walks. Opening times, booking information and contact information shown. 110 0749530316 9780749530310 This best-selling collection of themed walks in England, Scotland and Wales is now available in softback at a very competitive price with u3 off the retail value. Themed - 120 themed, mostly circular, walks researched and written by a team of experts; Practical - each walk presented as an illustrated map, plus walk directions; Accurate - detailed directions, easy-to-follow route maps presented in an attractive, illustrative style; Popular - leisure walking is the UK's number one outdoor activity enjoyed by 15 million people; Introduction by award winning outdoor writer, Roland Smith. Six regional sections: South West England (19 walks), South East England (20 walks), Midlands (18 walks), Wales (19 walks), North of England (22 walks), Scotland (22 walks); Each chapter opens with a regional summary, highlights and further suggestions for walks; 8 main themes: ancient tracks, spectacular landscapes, wartime Britain, wilderness, places of mystery, flora and fauna, urban and industrial heritage and famous people; Walks vary in length, from 5 to 10 miles, offering varying degrees of challenge

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