Sustainable Travel

  • Review: London’s greenest budget hotel, The Corner London City

    Review: 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
  • 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
  • Review: A stay at The Wye Valley Forest Retreat

    Review:  A stay at The Wye Valley Forest Retreat

Review: London’s greenest budget hotel, The Corner London City

If you’re looking for a great budget hotel in central London, I’ve found a real gem for you. It’s cheap, quirky, and well-located – but it’s the hotel’s green credentials which really set this forward-thinking business apart.

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SEASONAL FEBRUARY: WHAT TO EAT THIS MONTH

If you’ve made it one of your 2022 resolutions to try and eat more seasonal, local produce – this is the blog series for you.

This month, my home cooking is all about stews, soups and British comfort classics; whilst on restaurant menus, I’ve been looking out for super-sustainable mussels, and hearty venison pies and steaks.

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Veganuary vs Regenuary: In support of neither – and both

It feels like hardly anyone kicks off the new year by giving up the booze these days; instead, countless social media posts and column inches are dedicated to the clash of two climate-focussed food campaigns, Regenuary versus Veganuary.

As the month draws to a close, I wanted to write a few words on a debate which seems to be splitting its audiences right down the middle.

But in the rush to ‘pick a side’ – are we risking missing the point?

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A Guide to Cardiff’s Zero Waste Shops

It’s impossible to ignore the fact that the way we choose to shop has a huge impact on the world around us; so cutting down on our own ‘single use footprint’ is a simple and effective way to make a difference.

Zero waste shops allow customers to bring in their own reusable containers to fill up on store-cupboard essentials, cleaning products, toiletries and more; here’s where you can shop without the pointless packaging in Cardiff.

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