Author Archives: Terry Marsh

Fenwick Arms, Claughton, Lancashire

21/01/2019 by .

With a pedigree that is more than 250 years old, the historic and atmospheric Fenwick Arms in Lancashire’s Lune valley has a clichéd old world charm that might be expected.

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The Kitchin, Leith

17/01/2019 by .

Each wedding anniversary my wife and I seek out a fine dining restaurant in which to celebrate.

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Rosslyn Chapel, Midlothian

03/11/2018 by .

Long before Dan Brown and the Da Vinci Code heaped attention on this extravagantly ornate chapel set on a low hill above Roslin Glen in the Midlothian countryside south of Edinburgh it had been a popular destination for generations of curious travellers.

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Mousa, Shetland Isles

09/10/2018 by .

The island of Mousa is a special place for several reasons, and anyone visiting Shetland during the summer months should find time to take the short boat ride from Sandsayre on ‘The Mousa Boat’.

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Merrell’s MQM Flex Gore-Tex ‘Hybrid’ Trail Shoe

09/07/2018 by .

They are described as a ‘trail’ shoe; the fastest, lightest hiker shoes on the market. But wandering around Funchal in Madeira all day is quite a trail, too, at the end of which my feet are often in need of refreshment.

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Insider guide to Madeira’s restaurants

19/06/2018 by .

Terry Marsh is a veteran of Madeira having spent over fifteen years writing about the island. Here, he gives us an insider guide to his favourite restaurants and foods you can find on Madeira.

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