Social involvement is a key principle of East Anglia eco accommodation, which means these providers can often recommend great local restaurants and shops that mesh well with green ethics. Any Cambridge green b&b worth it's unrefined rock salt will mention the Rainbow Cafe - an award winning place to pick up a lunch gloriously additive free and tasty. Food is entirely vegetarian; eggs are free range and vegan alcoholic drinks are available. Haven Holidays run three Great Yarmouth eco camping sites, with a great reputation for wildlife friendly policies. They also look to conserve water with toilet hippos - these are cheap and help save water, a must for all metered households.
Eco friendly cleaning is a great way to keep your home healthy as well as spotless. However for the large scale Cambridge green hotels, soda crystals and white vinegar spritzers are simply not practical. Ecover and Bio-D fill the gap nicely, and if you want to book one of the many Cambridgeshire green rooms, rest assured it'll be phosphate and paraben free.
Norfolk green hotels tend toward boutique concerns. The county's rich history lends itself well to converted buildings, which retain the best of the old with the energy efficiency and comfort of the new - roaring fires stocked from sustainable forests, for example. Local food is an eco policy that reduces food miles and improves flavour. Norwich eco hotels could even be serving delicious Cromer crab, a popular local specialty in the same vein as Morecambe cockles or Whitstable oysters.