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Countryside and Coasts of Cornwall

Countryside and Coasts of Cornwall

Take in the fresh sea air as you discover the authentic coastal towns, villages and landscapes Cornwall, all from the perfect base of St Agnes and the Rosemundy Hotel.

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Price includes

 

  • 6 nights dinner, bed & breakfast

  • Porterage

Day 1

We head for the West Country, arriving at the hotel in time for dinner.

Day 2

St Ives & Penzance
A leisurely day as we make our way to lovely St Ives, a beautiful seaside town, set in breath-taking coastal scenery. The town arcs around the harbour and you have the morning to explore the winding cobbled streets, galleries, restaurants, the St Ives Museum or The Tate St Ives. After lunch we travel to Penzance for the afternoon. There's Morrab Gardens or Tanglewood Wild Garden showcasing how the Cornish weather helps many subtropical and Mediterranean plants thrive. You could also visit the Egyptian House, Penlee House Museum or why not just wander down Chapel Street, with its brightly coloured church restaurants, galleries and boutiques leading you to the quayside.

Day 3

Truro & Charlestown
Truro has one of the most complete Georgian streets in England and the city's market town heritage and port dates back over 800 years, booming during the tin mining era. Charlestown near St Austell is our destination for the afternoon, famed for its collection of ships and traditional appearance which makes it a very popular filming location. The picturesque, original Grade II listed harbour complete with tall ships will make you feel as if you have been transported back time.

Day 4

Free day in St Agnes.
After so much exploring of the West County it's time to give the driver a day off, and yourselves the chance to relax a little as
well. Maybe a chance to explore St Agnes, or wander its main sandy beach Trevaunance Cove. Or just a short walk from the hotel is St Agnes museum, with free entrance it gives you a little insight to this historical town.

Day 5

Jamaica Inn & Tintagel
Today we drive to Jamaica Inn, Cornwall's most famous smugglers' inn. Situated halfway between Launceston and Bodmin, the coaching house was immortalised by Daphne Du Maurier in her book of the same name. While still an inn it also houses a farm shop with local Cornish produce, a gift shop and a museum filled with smuggling stories and artefacts. From here we travel to the North Cornwall coast and Tintagel Castle. History, myths and stunning scenery abound as we follow in the footsteps of Tintagel's medieval inhabitants; and explore the island on which the 13th century castle, home of Cornish kings and the legend of King Arthur, sits overlooking the rugged cliff tops and the beach, with Merlin's Cave, below.

Day 6

Falmouth
Henry VIII commissioned Pendennis Castle to be built on the entrance to Falmouth's natural harbour where it still stands today and is open to visit. (Entrance fee not included). Falmouth is also the home to the National Maritime Museum Cornwall and for those feeling the need to stretch their legs there's the 111 stone steps of Jacobs ladder to climb, or if your wanting a bit of retail therapy there's Targo Mills, the South West's original discount retailer, offering bargains on thousands of products across 38 departments.

Day 7

We travel through the Cornish countryside one last time as we head for home.

Hotel

 

3* Rosemundy House Hotel

 

This family-owned hotel is set in secluded and sheltered gardens, only 100 yards from the main street of unspoilt St Agnes. All bedrooms are en-suite with a TV and tea/coffee making facilities. There are quiet lounge areas, a bar and the ‘Tom Noggi’ restaurant. Whilst there is no lift, ground floor rooms can be requested.

 

• Outdoor heated swimming pool • Lounges • Bar • Restaurant • Private bathroom or shower room • Flatscreen TV with Freeview • Telephone • Hairdryer • Beverage Tray •

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

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Name Address Contact Details
Blaby Cross Roads Blaby Cross Roads, Holly Grove Bus Stop
Coventry Bus Station Pool Meadow Bus Station
Fairfax Street, Coventry, CV1 5AD
Hinckley Bus Station Hinckley Bus Station, Stand E, CE
Last Stand at Junction of Rugby Road
leiamtwd -Paddock St Paddock Street, Bus stop opposite Car Park
Wigston
Leicester, St Margarets Stop CH - Charles Street junction with Halford St
Lutterworth Bus shelter, George Street by Wycliffe Rooms
Lutterworth
Market Harborough Market Harborough Bus Layby outside Market Hall
nwmdmjgd - Birmingham CSt Birmingham Coach Station
Mill Lane, Birmingham, B5 6DD
Oadby - St Peters Church Bus Stop opposite St Peters Church
Oadby
Rugby, Clifton Road Clifton Road, Outside Lawrence Sherriff School
South Wigston Blaby Road Bus Stop opposite Eric Wrights Carpets
South Wigston
Wigston, Woods Coaches Corner of Gloucester Cressent & Bedford Road
Wolverhampton Bus Station Wolverhampton Bus Station
Pipers Row, Wolverhampton, WV1 3JY

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