Before moving to London last year, I knew very little about Yorkshire. All I knew was that it is famous for its pudding (not really a pudding, but that's another discussion), terriers, and tea. Despite my initial lack of knowledge, I knew I wanted to visit this historic and beautiful region in northern England and it did not disappoint.
Royal Hideaway is the perfect resort for anyone on a gluten-free diet. The gluten-free offerings are well thought out, delicious, and diverse. The staff are knowledgable and accommodating. You will not feel like you have made any sacrifices at the end of your stay.
Our second day of diving with Pro Dive we decided to go diving in Cozumel. I had heard from my uncle and cousin (both avid divers) that it was some of the best diving they had ever done, so we had to try it.
The Royal Hideaway is a small resort (it can host a maximum of 500 or 600 people) that focuses on quality dining experiences. In fact, you’ll only find one buffet here with small portions. For lunch and dinner, the focus is on a la carte menus. There are six restaurants to choose from and in this post, we’ll talk about them all.