We’re on a quest to discover Britain’s best foodie days out and tasting adventures.
As an independent travel guide for food lovers, you’ll find plenty of inspiration here – vineyards, boutique distilleries, beach cafés, gourmet gardens, specialist food and drink tours, cycling and walking trails and much more.
Explore Britain With Your Taste Buds
Are you a Foodie Traveller?
Is your idea of bliss touring a vineyard on a summer’s day and tasting a glass or two of wine? Are you just as happy eating a field to fork feast on the farm wearing your wellies as dining in a fancy restaurant?
If you like a good meal, a bit of tipple, an intriguing story and have an appetite for discovery and adventure, you’re in the right place.
We have hundreds of ways for you to explore foodie Britain. From cycling and walking trails; gourmet gardens, cookery courses and food festivals; to farm visits, distillery tours and vineyards.
Let us inspire you and give you everything you need to plan a foodie day out or gourmet getaway in Britain. We’ve made it easy with our handy travel tips, touring maps, hotels suggestions and links to trusted booking partners.
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Some of our favourite things
J R Tolkein
Eating a delicious lunch surrounded by flowers in a gourmet garden café.
With freedom, books, flowers, and the moon, who could not be happy?
Seeing Hugh’s tomatoes growing at the River Cottage and then eating them at the Summer Fair.
Although it rains, there’s always eating.
Eating scones and jam, Victoria sponge cake, fingers sandwiches and tea, glorious tea.
Touring English vineyards and tasting award-winning wine (we love English sparkling wine).
Wine cheers the sad, revives the old, inspires the young, makes weariness forget his toil
Visiting rustic cider farms and tasting delicious cider and apple juice.
Sit back and feast on your life.
And, fine dining
Gin Glorious Gin
Fish & chips by the sea
Buying another cookbook
A glass of red by the fire
Honey on buttered toast
Long weekends away
Man’s Best Friend (especially Mr Hendricks)
Salted caramel ice-cream, sunny days
Afternoon Tea in an English garden
A hunk of cheese
English sparkling wine
Country lanes & cycling
Yorkshire Tea & Eccles cakes
Walks & Picnics
A wee dram of whisky, mountains
The pop of a Champagne cork
Saying ‘Bon appetit!’
Champagne should be dry, cold and free.
Relaxed field to fork dining in Britain’s best farm restaurants and cafés.
Following Scotland’s West Coast whisky trail in an attempt to become a whisky connoisseur.
Brushing up our culinary skills in unique places that offer some of of the UK’s best cooking experiences.