Windsor Hotel

Langhorne Gardens, The Leas, Folkestone, KENT CT20
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Coeliac Friendly Restaurants & Hotels

by CeliacTraveler

We are traveling to the Folkestone, England area in 2 months. My daughter has Coelic Disease. Does anyone know of a Coeliac Friendly restaurant? Cafe? Hotel? Bed & Breakfast? Store?

Re: Coeliac Friendly Restaurants & Hotels

by Geoff_Wright

Hi Barbara,

If no one replies here, EMail member 'whitecliff62' (Cliff), who lives in Folkestone. He may be able to help you. Regards

Re: Coeliac Friendly Restaurants & Hotels

by ATLC

Hi,
could you explain briefly what coelic disease is and what the dietary conditions are?

Re: Re: Coeliac Friendly Restaurants & Hotels

by CeliacTraveler

Coeliac Disease is an autoimmune illness where the individual is unable to ingest any amount of gluten. Gluten is the protein found in wheat, barley, oats, & rye. The difficulty arises in secondary ingredients of products. The offending grains might be a component of a secondary ingredient. Therefore, it wouldn't be lsited on the ingredient label but would still be found in the product. In the US contact must be made with the company to determine a products gluten free status. I am very familar with American Gluten free brand names. However, I have no clue about brand names found in England. : ) We will be packing lots of her food. However,
it would be absolutely delightful to go to a restaurant without bringing a bag of food to accomodate my daughter.

Re: Re: Coeliac Friendly Restaurants & Hotels

by ATLC

ah! Gluten.
Sorry, I am of no help but I was just interested.
One thing though: when I was in Finland last year, I noticed that many menu's in all sorts of restaurants (even motorway restaurants) mentioned gluten or lactose free (actually there were 3 but I forgot the 3rd).

Re: Coeliac Friendly Restaurants & Hotels

by CeliacTraveler

Argh!!! Just found out we will spending our vacation in Ashford & Folkestone. My husbands work just moved from Folkestone to Ashford. So if anyone knows of any Coeliac friendly places (hotels, restaurants, cafes, etc) in Ashford as well as Folkestone, I would forever be grateful. I hear they are about a 20 minute drive apart!?

Re: Coeliac Friendly Restaurants & Hotels

by Munkymaniac21

Hi I live in Folkestone and I had never heard of this disease but i just looked it up and Chinese and Malayan foods are good. Happy moving and Good Luck !

Travel Tips for Folkestone

WALK ON THE WILD SIDE

by whitecliff62

Located on the east cliff area of Folkestone, the Warren which is named after the amount of breading rabbits, is a wildlife haven and a fantastic place to walk, and explore, you can if the tide is right walk all the way along the coast to shakespeares cliff and then on to Dover, but its a long way and it can get dangerous if you get caught out by the incomming tide, so you have been warned. The sheer hight of the cliffs reeching all the way down to the sea make this place breathtaking

THE GRAND

by whitecliff62

This is another spectacular grand victorian building, and once an impresive hotel. Royals and the wealthy wher the only people that could afford to stay in this hotel. Part of it is now being used as appartments and the glass conservatory at the front is the tea rooms. Well wirth a visit.

RADNOR PARK

by whitecliff62

This is part of radnor park, its a large open area of green set aside for all forms of outdoor persuits, this photo is of the fishing pond. Its founder member Lord Radnor can be found in my travelogues under RADNOR PARK

Folkestone, a pleasure to discover

by intl_dan

"A city by the sea"

I discovered Fokestone as a friend of mine moved here very recently. An oldy worldy place, once a playground for british sea side holidaymakers in victorian times, now rather neglected. It has a very english faded charm about it.

"Lots of grand victorian architecture"

A real pleasure, but only some of the buildings are restored.

"Once a big harbour"

used by ships and boats, and now mostly by seagulls...

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Address: Langhorne Gardens, The Leas, Folkestone, KENT CT20