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Forty-eight of the loveliest places to stay throughout England are celebrated in this lushly photographed guide to “slow” food, places, and lodgings which have been chosen with environment in mind. In this guide, these ecological concerns translate into some of the most inspired settings and delicious food in England. There are cottages and castles surrounded by wild and r ...more
Paperback, 264 pages
Published October 14th 2008 by Little Bookroom (first published June 1st 2008)
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Juicy bedtime perusing in the glow of lamplight. Especially for unwinding the mind before drifting off to sleep....
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Now I'm really inspired to head to the UK! As if I needed any more inspiration... Ahhh...someday. :-)

This is a great resource for any traveler who wishes to take the slow, B&B route.
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A pioneer in the environmental world, Alastair Sawday has had a remarkably miscellaneous and varied career, which has taken him to the most far-flung corners of the globe: he headed up a VSO programme in Papua New Guinea, ran a disaster relief team for Oxfam in Turkey, and has run a small travel company, conducting walking tours throughout Europe. It was this that inspired him to publish his first ...more
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