Stroll round the picturesque seaside towns of Truro and Falmouth and enjoy some free time to explore Newquay.
Explore Cornwall's real-life secret garden. Formerly the family estate of the Tremaynes, Heligan's magnificent 19th-century gardens fell into disrepair following WWI, but have been splendidly restored by the brains behind the Eden Project.
Experience the charming working fishing port of Padstow, surrounded by glorious sandy beaches, at the head of the Camel River.
Visit the Eden Project, which features the largest greenhouse in the world. This covers some 100 acres with an indoor rain forest up to 300 feet tall. (There is a £25 supplement for this tour, which includes your entrance fees and a lunch voucher at the Eden Project. Please book prior to departure of the holiday.)
Visit Bodmin and the courtroom experience. In 1844 on the wind-swept slopes of Rough Tor, Bodmin Moor, the body of a local girl Charlotte Dymond was found. Her murder has intrigued ever since. Visitors must watch the evidence before them and decide whether they believe Matthew Weeks, the accused, is guilty or not guilty? We then continue our journey to join the Bodmin to Wenford steam railway.
Entrance fees are not included unless stated.
Your tour includes: -
Luxury Executive Coach Travel
The Barrowfield Hotel
8 Nights Stay In Newquay
Breakfasts are included
Dinner is Included
Optional tour is not included