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Newquay Solo Tour 5 Days - Eliot Hotel

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  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TALFS5130M

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

Newquay is Cornwall's premier holiday resort boasting some of the finest coastline and beaches in Europe. Although well known as Britain's surfing capital, there are many other activities and the surrounding countryside has an endless wealth of fascinating places to visit. The town is an ancient one, dating from the fifteenth century when a new quay was constructed. The heart of the town is the old harbour but it spreads along the cliff tops which stand behind the eleven magnificent sandy beaches. Newquay offers wonderful cliff and beach walks, a picturesque harbour to explore and the variety of activities one associates with such a major resort, including swimming pools, golf, putting, squash, tennis, bowls, boating, shark fishing and horse riding. There are also the atmospheric smugglers' pubs which are a living reminder of the more colourful side of Cornwall's history!

PRICE FROM ? £275 per person
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Itinerary
Day 1 - Outward Travel


Day 2 - Port Isaac & Tintagel
A day of pretty villages lies ahead as we make our way along the coast to call at Tintagel and Port Isaac. Magical Tintagel is home to tales of Arthurian legends and stunning coastal views and the pretty village of Port Isaac is instantly recognisable as the filming location of TV’s Doc Martin – see Doc’s house and surgery, Louisa’s School and Mrs Tishell’s pharmacy!/nPlease note: The village of Port Isaac is inaccessible by our tour coaches. The coach park is at the top of the village and the route to the harbour is very steep in parts. Shuttle services to/from the village are available and charges are payable locally for this service. /n

Day 3 - Day at Leisure


Day 4 - Truro & Mevagissey
Truro is the main administrative and commercial town of the area, with a wide variety of shops and amenities. /nOpen most days (free entry, donations welcome), the neo-Gothic cathedral with its unusual three spires dominates the town./nCornwall's natural history, unique geology and celtic culture are explored at the Royal Cornwall Museum (entry fee applies)./nMevagissey is a small, unspoilt fishing village which has managed to retain much of its traditional character/nMevagissey has a small museum (free entry) dealing with fishing, the Mevagissey Bank, fine pottery and notable local characters./nOne point of interest is the public toilets, sited where the first public electricity generator in Cornwall once stood./n

Day 5 - Return Travel


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Eliot Hotel
Close to the magnificent Great Western and Tolcarne
beaches with their crystal clear sparkling waters, the
hotel is just a short stroll away from the seafront,
resort’s shopping area and harbour. The hotel features
a comfortable lounge, games room, large restaurant
and entertainment room with dancefloor, where
entertainment can be found most evenings. The hotel
also boasts an outdoor pool, which is open between
May-September and relaxing outdoor area where you
can soak up the sun and enjoy a drink by the pool. Our
en-suite bedrooms come with comfy beds for a great
nights sleep, tea and coffee making facilities, flat screen
TV with Freeview and radio and hairdryer. The hotel has
free Wi-Fi throughout and a lift serving all floors, with
some steps to rooms on split levels.

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