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Go Slow England

Penguin Random House, Inc.

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ISBN:

9781892145673

Size:

8" x 10.4" x 0.7"

Format:

paperback

Page count:

264

Author(s):

Alastair Sawday, author; Rob Cousins, photographer; Nigel Slater, foreword; Gail McKenzie, contributor

Imprint:

Little Bookroom

Why We Love This

Forty-eight of the loveliest places to stay throughout England are celebrated in this lushly photographed guide to “slow” food, places, and lodgings. There are cottages and castles surrounded by wild and rambling gardens, with guest rooms tucked under the eaves, fitted with down comforters and luxurious bathrooms. You’ll dine on home-baked bread and ice cream churned by hand; local meat, fish, and produce; eggs laid by the chickens wandering across the lawn; fruit from the orchard across the way; and libations from local breweries or vineyards. For each area of England there are dozens of recommendations for sites and culinary destinations, as well as supplementary listings of additional pubs and inns. This also includes maps of the seven areas of England, useful websites, travel specifics, and information about “How to Be Slow.”

Why We Love This

Forty-eight of the loveliest places to stay throughout England are celebrated in this lushly photographed guide to “slow” food, places, and lodgings. There are cottages and castles surrounded by wild and rambling gardens, with guest rooms tucked under the eaves, fitted with down comforters and luxurious bathrooms. You’ll dine on home-baked bread and ice cream churned by hand; local meat, fish, and produce; eggs laid by the chickens wandering across the lawn; fruit from the orchard across the way; and libations from local breweries or vineyards. For each area of England there are dozens of recommendations for sites and culinary destinations, as well as supplementary listings of additional pubs and inns. This also includes maps of the seven areas of England, useful websites, travel specifics, and information about “How to Be Slow.”

About Penguin Random House, Inc.

Founded in 1927, Random House is the largest general interest trade book publisher in the world, publishing travel guides, classic literature, children's and young adult books, and today's best sellers.