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We like good food in friendly surroundings with a warm welcome great company, good cheer in an historic inn with lots of history, an hotel with good hospitality, a memorable inn, restaurant or pub in England, Ireland Scotland or Wales with real traditional ale in an old historic tavern. The Fat Badgers Site is a listing of Quality Inns in the UK Bedfordshire largely consists of agricultural and dairy farming.Industry is concentrated in the towns of Luton, Dunstable, and Bedford.Traces of prehistoric habitation have been found in Buckinghamshire.Places worth visiting include: Burnham Beeches, a 600 acre forest of mainly beech trees which look spectacular in Autumn.King Fat Badger is a character who likes to spend his time in comfort, in a comfortable inn, sitting down to dinner with an english drink, good ale.Oh to be in England, to wine & dine with a fat badger.Derbyshire is covered by large parts of the Peak District National Park, which forms the southern tip of the Pennines.Home of Rolls Royce, the World famous quality motor vehicles, Derbyshire has some of Englands finest scenery, whether it's the picturesque Dales or the rugged Peaks.
Each Fat Badger brings his or her own special abilities to the clan, but all have a special interest in finding good inns, pubs, hotels and restaurants in the United Kingdom that are worth recommending to others.Places worth visiting include: The historic walled city of Chester, with its distinctive half timbered buildings.Tatton Park, a Regency mansion set in magnificent landscaped grounds. Cumbria is probably Englands most picturesque county.We like inns of character, good food and most are partial to a good pint of traditional British Ale.We are amiable, award winning badgers who sit at the bar, drinking ale, we are members of camra and take our camera with us when we drink champagne.
Inland stretch the stark granite uplands of Bodmin Moor which provide good walking country. Michael's Mount - part of the lost Kingdom of Lyonesse where King Arthur's Knights once rode. Cheshire is composed of an extensive plain between the Welsh mountains on the west and the Pennines to the east.