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Saracens Head Inn, Symonds Yat

On the East side of the River Wye     About the place: The Saracens Head Inn is a centuries-old family-run riverside inn set within the Wye valley area of outstanding natural beauty, close to Symond’s Yat and the Forest of

Ye Old Ferry Inn, Symonds Yat

On the banks of the beautiful River Wye     About the place: Ye Olde Ferrie Inn is a fifteenth-century family-run riverside inn with accommodation. It is within the Wye valley area of outstanding natural beauty, close to Symond’s Yat

Sound Cafe, Isle of Man

A spectacular 180° view of the Calf of Man and The Sound     About the place: The Sound Cafe is in the Visitor Centre at the Southern Tip of The Isle of Man. The full-length glass windows offer superb

Gallie Craig Coffee House, Mull of Galloway

Clifftop Cafe next to RSPB reserve     About the place: In the Rhins of Galloway – the most southerly point in Scotland, Gallie Craig near Drummore is an isolated rocky promontory with superb views of Ireland, England, the Isle

The Landing, New Hope, Pennsylvannia

Nestled beside the New Hope – Lambertville bridge with spectacular Delaware river views   About the place: The Landing restaurant with a prime riverside terrace is a draw for brunch, New American dinners & casual fare.    It nestles beside the historic

Islander’s Rest, Sherkin Island, Cork

A stunning view of Baltimore Harbour     About the place: The Islander’s Rest is a hotel, restaurant and pub, situated on a hill above an old castle on tranquil Sherkin Island.  Sherkin is only a ten-minute ferry ride from Baltimore, but is

O’Sullivan’s Bar, Crookhaven

A rugged harbour in the extreme South-West of Ireland     About the place: The multi-award-winning O’Sullivan’s Bar is at the heart of the picturesque West Cork port of Crookhaven and close to spectacular Mizen Head and the stunning beaches

Skerries Bistro, South Ronaldsay

Local food with a coastal view     About the place: Skerries Bistro situated on South Ronaldsay (part of the Orkneys) is a bespoke ‘all glass’ building located 80 metres from cliffs with panoramic views across the Pentland Firth.  Every table

Three Castle Head Cafe, Dunlough, Cork

On the edge of the Atlantic     About the place: Three Castle Head Cafe is a unique property on the edge of Ireland’s most south-westerly peninsula.  It has stunning views of the Atlantic coastline. The farm includes the 12th-century

South Stack Café, Anglesey

A spectacular cliff and heathland seascape     About the place: South Stack Cliffs offer close-up views of nesting seabirds in a stunning cliff-top setting.  The visitor centre cafe offers hot and cold food and drink and affords great views.