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A Cornish Christmas

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Full Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TCRU2299

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

5 days

You can't get further west than the ancient Celtic kingdom of Cornwall. Blessed with the southwest's wildest coastline and most breathtakingly beautiful beaches, this proudly independent peninsula has always marched to its own tune. Overlooking Fistral Beach with stunning Atlantic views, the Esplanade Hotel has an indoor swimming pool, a spa bath, and a sauna. Free WiFi is available throughout the hotel and a full fun packed Christmas programme with lots of inclusions.

PRICE FROM ? £649 per person
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  • 4 nights hotel on full board basis.
  • Full festive programme of entertainment and dancing.
  • Mulled wine on arrival.
  • Porterage
  • Christmas Eve & Boxing morning scenic drive.

Your Itinerary

Day 1 After joining your holiday coach, head to the West Country with a refreshment stop en-route then continue to your resort hotel. 4 nights at the Esplanade on full board basis. Gather with your group before dinner for a sherry reception with mince pies. Enjoy the live singer tonight.

Day 2 - 4 At leisure in Newquay with two included half day drives.


Christmas Eve - Sit back, enjoy the ride across to St Austell & Truro.

Boxing Day morning - Scenic drive to Padstow today.

Christmas Eve -Live carols from the Newquay Brass Band & buffet style lunch.
Afternoon tea and biscuits. Bingo & quiz. Hot Punch reception at 18.00.


Christmas Day -Champagne cocktails on the 25th at 11.00, visit from Santa, traditional Christmas Day lunch -and guess the weight of the Christmas cake. Festive party night with live entertainment.


Boxing Day - Table de Hote lunch in the Ocean View restaurant, Afternoon tea dance with Christmas cake followed by a 3 course carvery meal and live singer


Day 5 - With many happy memories head back to interchange and onwards to your home towns.

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