The Cream Of Cornwall
Cornish Riviera | Coach Short Breaks From Crosskeys Travel Agent
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Newquay lies on the North West coast and is the Cornish Riviera’s premier resort. The opportunity of visiting quaint coastal towns and beautiful bays along with visiting the Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan makes this tour one to remember.
- 5 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
- Entrance to the Eden Project
- Entrance to the Lost Gardens of Heligan
- Excursion to Padstow
- Visit to Charlestown
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
ItineraryDay 1: We will make our way to Newquay and our hotel arriving in time for dinner.
Day 2: Today we visit the Eden Project; nestled in a huge crater the massive Biomes house the largest rainforest in captivity. Spend the day exploring the flora and fauna from every corner of the world. Wander steamy jungles, gaze at rushing waterfalls or world class sculptures, and tread the amazing aerial walkway. This is a day out you’ll never forget!
Day 3: Today you may choose to enjoy all Newquay has to offer; stroll along the coastal paths, browse the shops or visit the picturesque harbour. You may of course prefer to join us on our included excursion to Padstow. Padstow is a charming working fishing port surrounded by glorious sandy beaches, at the head of the Camel River. Watching the everyday ebb and flow of harbour life is a perfect way to spend a day. True to Padstow’s unique and independent character, the town centre is a tapestry of boutique shops, small galleries and specialist retailers interwoven with coffee shops, delis and pavement cafes.
Day 4: Today we will discover the "Lost Gardens of Heligan". See the exotic fruit houses, the Italian Garden and grotto, the 30-acre 'Lost Valley' and the subtropical 'Jungle' garden of this constantly evolving project, the gardens are truly magical! After plenty of time to explore we will make our way back to our hotel visiting Charlestown along the way. Charlestown is an amazingly pristine, unspoiled example of a late Georgian working port, and as such has led to Charlestown being a popular film and television location.
Day 5: Today we have at leisure, to relax in Newquay and explore at your own pace. Newquay, one of the nation's favourite seaside towns, exudes the laid back atmosphere you would expect from a town perched on Cornwall's Atlantic cliffs and bordered by 7 miles of glorious golden sandy beaches. If you’re not a beach person there are so many other things to do. Visit Newquay Zoo or the Blue Reef Aquarium. For garden lovers a visit to picturesque Trenance Gardens is a must, and then there is Newquay harbour. The harbour is one of Newquay’s most picturesque locations and even has its own beach to relax on. With a restaurant by the beach, and several other restaurants and pubs overlooking it, you can enjoy a drink or meal whilst taking in those views.
Day 6: This morning, after breakfast, we must sadly say goodbye to this beautiful part of the world and begin our journey home.
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Esplanade Hotel Newquay
A picturesque and contemporary hotel overlooking the world famous Fistral Beach in Newquay, The Esplanade is a special place where you can kick back and relax - a stylish home from home.
The hotel offers stunning views from inside and out, especially from the lounge where the dramatic seascapes spill in.
All bedrooms are en-suite and equipped with hairdryer, TV & tea/coffee making facilities. The hotel’s leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool, spa bath and sauna. There is a lift to all floors.
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