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UK Accommodation & Eating Out Guide - 2016 Edition
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Vegetarian Visitor is the Number One, annually completely checked and updated, guide to accommodation and eateries in Britain which take catering for vegetarians and vegans seriously.
With the increasing emphasis on healthy eating, more and more people are looking for places to stay and eat that provide for vegetarians. Here we list B&Bs, guest houses, hotels, restaurants, cafés and pubs that know what vegetarians' and vegans' requirements are and want to cater for them properly - not by just serving a token vegetarian lasagne, but by providing a variety of tasty and imaginative dishes for breakfast, lunch and evening meals.
Britain has been home to many vegetarian VIPs and celebrities - Paul McCartney, Sir Isaac Newton, H.G. Wells, Sting, Tony Benn, Kate Bush, Sir John Gielgud and Jude Law, to name but a few - and its eateries serve a truly international range of food, from simple English 'pub grub' through Caribbean, Mexican, Indian, Thai and Chinese to French haute cuisine.
As this guide shows, there is no reason why vegetarians and vegans should miss out!
Entries for England are grouped geographically in sections and within each section alphabetically by county, then town or village, the name.
For London the accommodation addresses are listed first, with the eateries divided into Central, East, North, South and West and under these heading arranged first by postcode (i.e. E1, EC1, N1, SE1, SW1, W1, WC1), then alphabetically by name.
For Scotland entries are arranged alphabetically by county, then town or village, then name.
For Wales entries are grouped under North Wales, Powys, South Wales and West Wales and then alphabetically by county, then town or village, then name.
Vegetarian Visitor was for many years, until 2012, published as an award-winning annual guidebook and since 2001 has also been a website.
Suggestions about places to include are very welcome. Please use the contact form and give as many details as possible, particularly the establishment's email address and/or phone number.