St Agnes & Padstow’S Christmas Festival
5 day tour - Tour number AW9054
St Agnes is a picturesque village on the north coast of Cornwall and steeped in mining history. Join in the pre Christmas festivities at the lovely Rosemundy Hotel.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
ItineraryPadstow Harbour (cornwall tourism)
Day 1 Morning departure to Cornwall and on to the hotel in St Agnes for a four night stay.
Day 2 Today take the coastal route by way of the breathtaking scenery of Bedruthan Steps to Padstow, with its pretty quayside, alleyways, shops and cafes. Enjoy their Christmas Festival where the village comes alive with celebrity chefs, culinary delights and festive fun. More than 100 local producers will be selling an array of gifts and produce, from pies and paintings, to jewellery and jams, to ales and ciders.
Day 3 A visit to St Ives, one of Cornwall’s top destinations and perfectly situated overlooking a crescent of beaches. The town has become a magnet to some of the world’s greatest painters, sculptors and ceramists. There are plenty of pavement cafes, ancient pubs and eateries for you to enjoy. A shuttle bus service from the coach park to the centre is available at a small cost.
Day 4 A morning visit to Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm for a guided tour, free tasting, morning coffee and muffin before travelling to the port of Charlestown, featured in the TV series ‘Poldark’. The harbour was built in the 18th century to support the china clay and copper mining industries. You then continue to Falmouth for some free time before returning to the hotel.
Day 5 After breakfast, depart the hotel and commence the homeward journey.
Included in costIncluded in Cost
● Coach travel
● 4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
● glass of sherry first night
● visit from Santa
● three nights in-house entertainment
● mince pies on last night
● Healeys Cyder Farm with guided tour, tasting, coffee and muffin
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