Covers the south west and Devon and Cornwall in particular. This
guide includes special places such as pubs, self-catering houses,
hotels and B&Bs. It also features couple of pages on each area
revealing favourite walks, beaches, places to eat and play and
things to do on rainy days.
The south west and Devon and Cornwall in particular provides so
many of our Special Places that we have yielded to 'popular
request' and are publishing a new guide to the area. It will
include 175 of our Special Places - pubs, self-catering houses,
hotels and B&Bs - plus a couple of pages on each area revealing
our and our owners' favourite walks, beaches, places to eat and
play and things to do on rainy days - something for all budgets and
Ausstattung/Bilder: 2008. 240 p. w. numerous col. photos and 5 col. maps.
Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay
Abmessung: 14mm x 116mm x 168mm
"Alastair Sawday, the man behind 'Special Places to Stay', the hotel bible" Independent on Sunday "AS's series of hotel guides aren't really guides at all' written from an entirely personal perspective, the narrative is so engaging that you can happily read them from cover to cover. "Easy Living "There's green and there's green. And then there's independent travel publisher ASP. Recently it received an award from Business Commitment to the Environment for its 'green' credentials - and no wonder. Publishing News
Nicola Crosse also edits our British Bed and Breakfast and Bed and Breakfast for Garden Lovers guides. She brings to a demanding job an irrepressible affection for people and places and has a clear sense of what makes a place special. Alastair has built a team of talented editors who are as committed as he is to the search for authenticity and personality in places to stay. They are also 'driving' the world's first carbon 'neutral' publishing company; the search for a reduced ecological footprint is a serious one. The company has won The Queen's Award for Enterprise in the Sustainable Development category, an award from Business Commitment to the Environment and a Green Apple Award and moved to its own eco-offices in January 2006.