Sustainable UK Stays

  • Rediscovering Milford Haven: Pembrokeshire’s industrial town

    Rediscovering Milford Haven: Pembrokeshire’s industrial town
  • The floating London hotel putting purpose over profit

    The floating London hotel putting purpose over profit
  • London’s greenest budget hotel: The Corner London City

    London’s greenest budget hotel: The Corner London City
  • Almost Wild Camping: A Stay at Digs in the Wig, Pembrokeshire

    Almost Wild Camping: A Stay at Digs in the Wig, Pembrokeshire
  • Review: A foodie stay at La Fosse B&B, Dorset

    Review: A foodie stay at La Fosse B&B, Dorset
  • How to spend 48 hours in St Davids, Pembrokeshire

    How to spend 48 hours in St Davids, Pembrokeshire
  • Review: A Stay at The Sky Loft, Carmarthenshire

    Review: A Stay at The Sky Loft, Carmarthenshire
  • 48 Hours in Carmarthenshire: A Food Lover’s Itinerary

    48 Hours in Carmarthenshire: A Food Lover’s Itinerary

The Cardiff Wine Passport is Back (exclusive discount code below)

My little passion project, the Cardiff Wine Passport – a unique scheme aimed at promoting independent hospitality businesses in the heart of Cardiff – is back for another year, inviting people to explore Cardiff’s vibrant independent bar & restaurant scene by swapping passport stamps for handpicked glasses of wine over a period of six weeks.

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TWO WEEK ‘VALE FOOD TRAIL’ SET TO RETURN THIS SUMMER

Following a successful debut event last year, the ‘Vale Food Trail’ will return later this year, running from 26th May – 4th June 2024. The two-week, multi-location food festival offers ‘an exploration and celebration of food, farming & sustainability in the Vale of Glamorgan.’

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SEASONAL FEBRUARY: WHAT TO EAT THIS MONTH

This month is all about stews, soups and British comfort classics; on restaurant menus, I’ve been looking out for root veg, super-sustainable mussels, and hearty venison dishes.

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Three Sustainable Cardiff Chefs To Keep An Eye On in 2024

Here in the Welsh capital, three pioneering chefs have taken the local scene by storm with their regular pop-ups and sell-out kitchen take-overs. With lower overheads associated with their nimble, nomadic operations, they’ve had time to refine their offer and build a following – but also to build relationships with local suppliers, championing provenance and sustainability.

With all three promising ‘big plans’ for the new year, these are the sustainable Cardiff chefs I’ll be keeping my eye on in 2024…

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