I’ve just returned from a two week break with the family in the south west, and though I had a fabulous time (thank goodness for grandparents on toddler watch), economy was never far from my mind.
Scrumptious regional treats were the highlight of my holiday (as they are in many people’s travels). West Country cream teas, local ice creams and proper cider, were just too tempting to forego. And I was on holiday, so I felt vindicated in indulging my foodie inclinations. I enjoyed every mouthful of regional deliciousness and relished the opportunity to try different produce.
But holiday eating doesn’t come cheap. So how do you get the ultimate foodie experience on holiday without draining your bank account?
Here are my three top tips for getting the most out of your holiday food budget, whether home or abroad.
1. Go self catering
In an ideal world I’d spend my…
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