England

England

Current Sites… Attenborough Nature Centre, Nottinghamshire Cley Marshes Visitor Centre, Cley, Norfolk Cloisters Cafe Garden, Chichester Ferryboat Inn, Helford Ferry Inn Salcombe Five Horseshoes, Maidensgrove George and Dragon, Houghton Old Moor Cafe, RSPB Dearne Valley The Pandora Inn, Restronguet, Falmouth

The Ferryboat Inn, Helford

Sixteenth Century Pub overlooking the Helford River     About the place: The Wright Brothers’ Ferry Boat Inn is on the opposite side of the lovely Helford river from the Shipwright Arms (also in Bird and Dine!) It dates back

Attenborough Nature Centre, Nottinghamshire

Only six miles from the city of Nottingham     About the place: Attenborough Nature Centre is an award-winning Visitor and Education facility surrounded by the tranquil waters of the beautiful 226 acre Attenborough Nature Reserve, owned and managed by

Ferry Inn, Salcombe

Great views across the estuary     About the place: The Ferry Inn is located on the waterfront, right by the jetty for the Portlemouth and Kingsbridge ferries.  The lower level bar opens on to a sheltered waterside terrace with excellent

Shipwright’s Arms, Helford

The thatched pub on the river     About the place: This seventeenth-century thatched pub is in one of the most picturesque riverside locations in Cornwall.  Visitors need to park their cars at the top of the hill and stroll

Ship Inn, Langstone Harbour

Overlooking a nature reserve     About the place: Originally a mill, The Ship Inn is a country pub in the finest traditions – offering locally caught seafood, a comprehensive drinks menu and an opportunity to relax outside while watching

Saltholme Cafe, Middlesborough

Panoramic views in the heart of Teeside     About the place: The Cafe at RSPB Saltholme is set in the new, state-of-the-art visitor centre and has large windows, affording panoramic views of the surrounding wetlands.  The reserve is a

Rainham Marshes Cafe, Purfleet

Big skies and great wildlife within the M25     About the place: One of very few ancient landscapes remaining in London, these medieval marshes right next to the River Thames were closed to the public for over 100 years

Old Moor Cafe, RSPB Dearne Valley

Teeming with wildlife and in the heart of the Dearne Valley     About the place: The Cafe is in the RSPB Visitor Centre which was built in the 1700s, and still has the original oak beams. It looks out over the

Wigeon Cafe, Welney Wetland Centre

In the heart of the fens of East Anglia     About the place: The Wigeon Cafe is in the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWT) Reserve of Welney.  Welney is well-known for its wild swans, which are fed daily in the