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Organic Places to Stay in the UK Paperback – 21 Feb 2008
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A brilliant source book for those wishing to choose an ethical family holiday. It is becoming increasingly important for us to find an alternative to flying and this book provides inspiration on great UK holidays by the bucketload. --Melissa Corkhill, Green Parent magazine
This gem of a book is an enormous help in finding a lovely holiday destination, without having to compromise in terms of food. --Samantha Burlton, Founder, So Organic
Armed with Linda's guide, the organic consumer can find a home from home, while ordinary travellers may find themselves beginning a different journey to a healthier future. --Andrew Whitley, Author, Bread Matters
Are you looking for a hotel or B&B that serves organic food? Would you like to stay on a camp site and have an organic veg box delivered? Do you like to have organic food available in your holiday cottage? Do you want to spend your holiday on an organic farm? "Organic Places to Stay" gives you all the information you need for an 'organic holiday'. It includes: small hotels, guest houses and B&Bs, offering organic, local and sometimes home-grown produce; self-catering accommodation on organic farms, many Soil Association certified, where you can often buy the farm's produce or order local organic produce; and, camp sites on organic farms.The majority of places use at least 50 per cent organic produce over the year; many offer a much higher percentage. Quite a few of them grow their own produce; some use wild or natural foods, and most will aim to use local produce, rather than imported food. This new edition includes symbols to show the distance from public transport, and whether children and/or dogs are welcomed.See all Product description
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