Hoteles sin gluten para celiacos en North West England
Main Street, Seamer, Scarborough - - North Yorkshire (North West England)
The 'award winning' Copper Horse restaurant and luxury cottages are nestled in the pretty village of Seamer just outside Scarborough, on the North Yorkshire coast.
We have a special menu for coeliacs
Haverthwaite Ulverston - - Cumbria (North West England)
Our extensive menu, supplemented by tasty Chef's Specials, will satisfy the most discerning of diners.
A wide selection of soup and sandwiches are also available in the bar. Whatever your preference we can cater for all your needs; vegetarian, gluten free, low calorie healthy options, just let us know in advance.
6 West End, Osmotherley, Northallerton, - - North Yorkshire (North West England)
An 18th Century stone inn overlooking the market cross of Osmotherley, Gateway to the Moors. A village as unspoilt as any in the North York Moors National Park.
Gluten free meals are indicated by the symbol gf
179 Queens Drive - - Liverpool (North West England)
Childwall Fiveways Hotel belongs to the group of “wetherspoon” and we mark with a G those meals which are suitable for coeliac.
Easedale, Grasmere, - - Cumbria (North West England)
Our emphasis is on international vegetarian cooking using fresh wholefood ingredients.
30 years experience in vegetarian, vegan, gluten free and other special diets.
Market Place Kirkbymoorside - - North Yorkshire (North West England)
Here at the George & Dragon we are passionate about food.
All dishes are prepared in our own kitchens using the finest produce from Yorkshire's fields, woodlands and waters.
he chef can always create or amend a dish to meet your requirements. (e.g. if you are gluten or lactose intolerant.)
Basenthwaite (near Keswick) - - Cumbria (North West England)
Ravenstone Manor is a delightful 18th Century Manor House set within 3 hectares of grounds, situated at the foot of Skiddaw.
All dishes presented on our menus satisfy Coeliac/gluten free requirements, and can be adapted for many other dietary demands,
Front Street Armathwaite - - Cumbria (North West England)
The Inn lies along side the river Eden in the Eden Valley, which is not only beautiful but is also renowned for excellent fly fishing being a paradise to catch Trout and Salmon
We offer good wholesome food, all meats etc are locally sourced, and all our pies are proper pies which are encased in a shortcrust pastry case and change weekly
This distinctive identifies restaurants which have an agreement of colaboration with the provincial or national associations of celiacs and they have received training provided by the Association, to which all staff should attend: purchasing manager, chef, chefs, assistants , room managers and waiters
Note: The information we supply is indicative, we try to be as much as possible updated contrasting the data with ultimate responsibility. However, we recommend that before you go to ensure contacting the property directly,because maybe he could have made some changes in its service.