Cornwall is famous for its seafaring history, spectacular sandy beaches, gorgeous gardens, dramatic coastline and captivating fishing harbours.
Cornwall is famous for its seafaring history, spectacular sandy beaches, gorgeous gardens, dramatic coastline and captivating fishing harbours. The pretty Cornish fishing town of Looe, separated into two towns of East and West Looe by the River Looe, is a truly delightful and picturesque place that can keep visitors entertained all year round whilst still retaining its character as a bustling working fishing port.
Our base is the Portbyhan Hotel which is situated on the quayside and overlooks the harbour. All 44 bedrooms are en-suite with a hairdryer, television and tea/coffee-making facilities. The majority of rooms have front or lateral views of the harbour and town. The hotel offers a restaurant that sources seasonal local products, a bar, sun terrace and a lift to all floors.
Europa Buscentre to the Midlands via Stena Line ferry from Belfast to Cairnryan.
Overnight –Holiday Inn Birmingham M6 J7, Great Barr *** (1 night D, B&B)
Our journey resumes today and heads south, through Somerset and Devon, into Cornwall and our hotel in Portbyhan.
Hotel Portbyhan Hotel *** (5 nights D, B&B)
A free day for you explore the maze-like streets, learn of the town’s maritime history or browse the interesting mix of traditional craft shops.B, D
This morning it’s the smuggler’s haunt of Mevagissy, with a maze of narrow alleyways, colour-washed houses, small coves and fishing harbour a true Cornish Gem. In the
afternoon it is the Eden Project, the largest indoor rainforest in the world.
After breakfast we visit the picturesque fishing town of Padstow, with its colourful working harbour and pastel-washed medieval houses. Our return journey is via Boscastle, a village set in a conservation area amongst some of the most beautiful countryside within the British Isles.B, D
We have a shorter day today, we visit Looe in the morning and in the afternoon we visit the National Trust’s Lanhydrock House, superbly set in 450 acres of woods and parkland running down to the Fowey river and encircled by formal and woodland gardensB, D
On leaving Portbyhan, we travel past Dartmoor National Park and continue north to our overnight hotel.
Overnight Park Inn by Radisson, Telford *** (1 night D, B&B)
Telford to Belfast via Holyhead and Dublin with Stena Line.B
B=Breakfast Included , D=Dinner Included
7 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
Return ferry crossings
Services of driver/courier
Admissions to Eden Project and National Trusts Lanhydrock House
Visits to Mevagissy, Padstow and Boscastle
Single Room Supplement £135
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