When you visit a new place, especially as a vegan, it can be hard to know where to find vegan-friendly and plant-based food options. Having moved to Newquay in Cornwall in 2021, one of Cornwall’s most popular summer tourist destinations, we have been checking out some of the local vegan-friendly offerings. We have much more to explore but have found a lot of choices so far.
So if you’re in Newquay and looking to grab a bite to eat that’s plant-based then read on. Here are the places we’ve tried so far and keep an eye on this blog post as I’m sure we’ll be sampling many more soon!
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The Sailors Arms pub and restaurant is located on Fore Street in Newquay and backs onto the seafront, overlooking Towan beach and the fantastic north Cornwall coastline. We visited on a warm Monday lunchtime in early October keen to try some of their vegan food offerings.
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Love coffee? Love travelling? Coffee tourism might be the ideal way for you to spend your time. In the modern age, it’s easier than ever to enjoy a spot of ‘coffee tourism’.
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Cheltenham is a Regency spa town in Gloucestershire, England. It’s at the heart of the Cotswolds and is a vibrant place with plenty of cafes, restaurants and alfresco dining lining the Promenade and bustling Montpellier.
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We recently stayed in Mevagissey in an Air BnB and really enjoyed our stay. In particular the great food at She Sells. We found a number of vegan options on the menu and the food was very delicious. We enjoyed it so much that we ended up eating something different off their menu every day. (For the 5 days that we stayed in Meva.)
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We recently went to Woolacombe Beach in Devon for the first time. On returning from our recent trip exploring the likes of Daymer Bay and Crantock Beach for a week in Cornwall, we stopped for two nights in Ilfracombe Devon.
We were otherwise driving back on Ben’s birthday for three and a half hours, so when planning our holiday, I asked if he wanted to stop anywhere halfway home. Having not been to Woolacombe before, he suggested stopping here for a night or so.
There was no accommodation available in Woolacombe, but nearby Ilfracombe had an Airbnb cottage which was perfect. Another place we hadn’t been to yet in Devon and could also explore.
Read on to see where we found the best vegan junk food in Woolacombe and for some family travel photos at Woolacombe beach!
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If you suffer with an allergy, then travelling abroad can feel like quite a daunting process, especially if you are travelling to a country where you don’t speak the language.
To put your mind at ease, I have collated many tips for travelling with allergies so you can relax and enjoy your holiday.
Read on to learn how best to manage travelling with allergies.
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It really sucks that we can’t travel right now. Not only can we not travel, but we can’t even leave our local area. We can’t even travel around our own towns and cities, as my local police force made clear recently – if the distance we travel for exercise is further than we’d class a local pub, then we’ve travelled too far!
I also read the next lockdown review is on February 22nd, so that means no romantic weekends away for Valentine’s and sadly not even the opportunity to go out for a date night at a restaurant.
If you normally celebrate Valentine’s Day and you’re disappointed with this news then what can you do? How can you make it special whilst looking at the same four walls you’re super bored of seeing every day right now?!
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Going for a family day out to a local attraction can be quite costly. For the four of us to enjoy a day out at a wildlife park or theme park, for example, can cost well over £100 once you factor in entrance fees, parking, getting there and so on. In fact, it can often cost a lot more than this. It’s quite mad how a lot of theme parks and similar now also charge a parking charge for the day! Surely it should just be free to park in their car park whilst a visitor?! It’s madness.
Family holiday costs can also stack up to ridiculous amounts. With all this in mind, it’s always great to cut costs wherever possible and to make a saving on ticket prices when we can. Sometimes searching high and low online for a discount can do the trick, but if you are looking for an easier way to make massive savings on family days out then I am going to introduce you to Kids Pass in this blog post.
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