Been there recommends
Some places are just great. We know this because Been there readers frequently tip about them. All the businesses on this page have been tipped about at least five times and 'agreed with' numerous times, making them pretty special
Hostels can be touch and go but it seems Globetrotters has one more than a few fans with its great location, BBQ terrace and quirky art exhibtions
An organic farm and shop, Roskilly's has made a name for its ice cream, fudge and yoghurt and rightly so. Made from milk from Jersey cows it has been rated as everything from 'delicioius' to 'can't be beat' by tippers. Worth losing your waistline for it would seem
Situated right on the beach on the Mornington Peninsula, the Portsea has ridiculously great views, great food and close proximity to national parks, which makes it easy to see why BT readers love it
Finding a decent place to stay in the Big Apple can sometimes seem like an impossible task. Luckily NY Habitat seems to have the problem solved by offering apartments, roomshares and bed & breakfast options for hard-pressed travellers
Not just a store but a cafe also, selling highly rated organic food and more than a few delicious treats. Well-known for its brunches and its gorgeously chaotic layout, Bill's has become a Brighton institution
Fish and chips is an obvious option when you're in Brighton but Bardsleys seems to stand a head and fin above the rest. A family-run business for four generations the original owner hailed from Lancashire which might explain the quality
It's a climbing institution, serving some of the best grub in the area, destined to get you powering up those Welsh slabs. They also have accommodation and a recently opened bistro for the posh
From Broadstairs in Kent comes some of the most delicious ice cream on the planet. Obviously it helps that the owners are Italian ...
Brighton is well-known for its restaurants but Terre e Terre seems to stand out for BT readers. Exciting, challenging menus also caught the attention of Observer Food Monthly last year which voted it 'Best for Vegetarian'
With a champagne bar, boutique rooms and a notable restaurant, the Goldbrick adds a touch glamour to Bristol's accommodation scene. been there readers seem to think so and have recommended it highly.
Sometimes Cornwall isn't all about surfing and ice cream, although that's important. Cornish Rock Tors offer adventure packages for beginners right through to seasoned adrenalin junkies. Coasteering, sea kayaking and rock climbing to name a few
A five star bed and breakfast in the Dyfi Valley, Ty Derw is noted for its food - breakfasts especially. Located in Snowdonia, it's proving popular
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