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Luxury coach travel
6 nights dinner, bed and breakfast
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River Fal boat trip
We travel to Padstow. Once the ecclesiastical capital of Cornwall, Padstow has many medieval buildings and now is home to Rick Steins’ restaurants.
In the afternoon, we visit Trerice (National Trust, admission extra), an intimate Elizabethan manor and a Cornish gem.
Nestled in a peaceful corner of rural Cornwall, this romantic house tells a story of prosperous origins, decline, partial ruin and 20th-century restoration.
We visit the charming seaside resort of St Ives with its cobbled streets, winding between pretty fishermans' cottages. St Ives is also known for its artistic connections.
In the afternoon, we travel to Marazion, where the more energetic can visit stunning st Michael’s Mount (National Trust, admission extra).
Alternatively, why not relax and soak up one of the finest views in the country.
We board a boat for a splendid scenic cruise along the river Fal from the cathedral city of Truro to the historic maritime town of Falmouth.
Once a fishing port, Falmouth is now an attractive resort and among the attractions is the excellent National Maritime Museum, which opened in 2003.
We visit the cathedral city of Truro. Later we travel to Charlestown, near St Austell.
This picturesque Grade II listed harbour doubled for Truro Harbour in ‘Poldark’.
Dating from the late 18th century, there are usually historic vessels in port and there is a fascinating Shipwreck Centre.
Pleasant family-owned and run hotel in an elegant Queen Anne house, set in well maintained secluded gardens in unspoilt St Agnes.
There are quiet lounge areas and the restaurant serves excellent food.
There are two floors and whilst there is no lift, there are ground floor rooms (subject to availability).
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