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Written by Mark

The Loft Tearoom

The Loft Tearoom

  A modern tearoom with a vintage feel, The Loft is an unusual venue for a tea room. Set in the beautiful working marina of the lovely coastal village of Tollesbury in Essex. The Loft offers freshly ground coffee and a variety of loose leaf teas all served in beautiful vintage china, as well as…

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Mersey Island Vinyard

Mersey Island Vinyard

Legend has it that the Romans grew grapes on Mersea Island and with its gently sloping, south-facing fields, the vineyard is still the perfect place for vines. The present Mersea Island Vineyard was established in 1985. Today there are about ten acres, under five grape varieties, producing some twenty thousand bottles each year. Mersea Island…

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Talking To Paddy Bishopp…

Talking To Paddy Bishopp…

It’s been a busy time for Paddy Bishopp and Scott Russell, founders of the growing artisan coffee business Paddy and Scott’s. With outlets across the country and high street cafes in Framlingham, Bury St Edmunds and recently in Hadleigh, their mission to become the foremost cafe brand in East Anglia is well underway. Paddy Bishopp…

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Just imagine, your own personal chef

Just imagine, your own personal chef

When you are on holiday, you are entitled to spoil yourself a little and for a really special treat, you can enjoy a bespoke, luxury service of a personal chef to whip up a feast for you, as you relax in your holiday cottage with a glass of wine. Michelin Star trained Chef Mark Peters…

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The Black Lion Long Melford

The Black Lion Long Melford

      Long Melford is one of Suffolk’s famous and picturesque Medieval Villages. As well as the longest High Street for a Village in England it also has a wonderful ‘Wool’ Church and was the film location base for the well known TV series ‘Lovejoy’ all about the roguish Antique dealing detective. The village…

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