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An Order of Tapa with Rice



From the Spanish tapas served in humble plates and the many wines at the bar in the casual Tapa Room to the more formal ambience in The Providores, wherein delish and excellently prepared meals are served, you definitely won’t get wrong when dining at The Providores & Tapa Room.
Find out more about this London resto, wherein tapas start at £2.40 and main courses begin at £15, in this review posted on travel-based website, called Frommer’s:
Squid with papaya, pickled carrot, and pomelo (Asian citrus fruit) salad with tamarind caramel and coriander is a glorious explosion of sweet and sour tastes. Grilled scallops come with a dumpling of quinoa and crab, purée of celeriac and tomato sambal (chili-based sauce), and lotus crisps. Lunch is à la carte, but dinner is a set menu with the savory dishes starter-sized to encourage you to taste as many as possible. The main Providores restaurant is upstairs. The downstairs, low-key Tapa Room offers all-day dining, and is a perfect place for breakfast.

So contact us now to get started with your next gastronomic getaway in London!

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Map of Soho, London


Located in central London is the 39-guestroom hotel Dean Street Townhouse, which also features an all-day dining room that is aptly open to serve breakfast to dinner meals.

Furthermore, you’ll notice that this four-story building is full of dramatic Georgian structural design, which generally mirrors its remarkable history as a Gargoyle Club in the past. With king-size to super king-size beds waiting for you, you’d be pleased to know that the Dean Street Townhouse also allows you to stay in its hospitality area just in case you come too early and as your bedroom is being prepared.

Learn more about this London hotel, and find out how it is to experience an excellent English hospitality at London’s Dean Street House. Read this review excerpt published on travel site, Frommer’s:

Atmosphere and location are the draws here -- the price is that rooms are small even for central London. Units have four-poster beds, hand-painted wallpaper, and other retro-chic touches. The innovative all-day dining room with a weekly, changing menu of seasonal British food is a magnet for the post-theatre crowd, and lends evenings at the Townhouse a buzzy, cosmopolitan feel. Book well in advance -- this isn't the place for a last-minute bargain.

So speak with our travel reps today to initiate your holiday vacation plans in London!

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Mildenhall Signpost


In the event that you find yourself in the pleasant village of Barton Mills to perhaps either get a glimpse of the holiday house of the renowned Alexander Fleming or join the biannual Scarecrow Festival held every July, then one accommodation that you ought to check out is the Olde Bull Inn.

While this countryside accommodation looks like the typical conventional coaching inn on the outside, a whole new story can be seen once you step foot inside. Expect a modern and hip touch to its interior with the handmade furniture draped in beautiful textiles and the floorboards rightfully reclaimed.

So get more info on The Olde Bull Inn in this quick hotel review excerpt written on the Daily Mail UK Travel by the hotel Inspector (“Hotel Review: A Hidden Gem as An Inspector Calls at The Olde Bull Inn, Mildenhall, Suffolk”).

The owners are very much present and very much hands on – in a wonderfully relaxed sort of way. It’s a Friday evening and everyone is smiling. The regulars seem chuffed that we’ve bothered to turn up. But I can assure you the pleasure is entirely ours… There are 14 rooms. Ours is a little on the small side, but it has atmosphere and the bed is comfy… There is a touch of kitsch going on, with bright colors and eccentric prints. And the building itself is bigger than you think. There’s a fancy restaurant in one part, which has its own entrance - although it doesn’t seem to be in action this evening… In the bar, specials are written on a board.

So contact us now for more tips on your next trip to Barton Mills!

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Dubbed as Heartness, the Tartan Heart Festival is a well-liked music festival  held every August on the Belladrum Estate in Scotland.

From free tickets for children below 12 years old and a great variety of music offered to providing a family-friendly campsite and overall atmosphere, this yearly festivity also presents the smallest nightclub in the world in the place of the Miniscule of Sound as well as numerous fringe acts and stalls.

So if you’re in for a two-day celebration with tickets ranging from £65 to £95 pounds, then you should never miss the party of the season through the Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival! See GetDeluxe’s video for a glimpse of this exciting event!

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