The meal provided in this review was gratis. Views expressed are independent of the business and is not seen or approved before publication. It’s been a couple of years since I discovered The Swan at Bampton; husband and wife team and chef patrons, Paul and Donna Berry, were pretty active on social media, proudly sharing their offering on the digital walls contained within my phone … Continue reading REVIEW: Dinner, Bed and Breakfast at The Swan, Bampton – by Lauren Heath #Ad
The meal provided in this review was gratis. Views expressed are independent of the business and is not seen or approved before publication. 8 miles north of Tiverton, is the village of Bampton. Home to a great couple of B&B’s, pubs and a well known game butchers, it is perfectly situated for access to Exmoor National Park which is only a further 4 miles away. … Continue reading REVIEW: Dinner and B&B at The Ginger Peanut – by Lauren Heath #Ad
The Coach House by Michael Caines, Kentisbury Grange, Kentisbury EX31 4NL – 01271 882295 @KGCoachHouse – http://www.kentisburygrange.com/michael-caines-restaurant-north-devon/ Eating Exeter may be our name, and we certainly love to discover local eateries, producers and events. However, our adventures extend much further into the county we live in; we’re very lucky that within around an hours drive of Exeter, many Devon delights await. This is certainly the … Continue reading The Coach House by Michael Caines at Kentisbury Grange – by Lauren Heath
In the life of a food blogger, the chance to go outside of the box is rare. But recently we were given the opportunity to visit one of Devon’s most luxurious destinations to experience what happens between the walls and hedges at The Highbullen Hotel, Golf & Country Club at Chittlehamholt in North Devon. The hotel is steadily becoming one of the top destinations in North Devon and its easy … Continue reading Highbullen Hotel, Golf & Country Club: Part 1
Lynton and Lynmouth sits on the North Devon coast. It has a rugged windswept beauty that most little towns in that part of the world posses. Tucked under the gigantic cliffs that is created as Exmoor collides with the Bristol Channel, it is only accessible via a network of windy roads which during the summer months are full of buses, cars and camper-vans all heading … Continue reading Special Dispatch: Fish On The Harbour, Lynmouth, Devon.