Newquay - Cream Of Cornwall
Newquay boasts the finest coastline and beaches in Europe and is unquestionably one of Cornwall’s loveliest resorts.Britain’s most southerly mainland point with its sunniest climate has attracted visitors for centuries, from the pirates which have given this county its own flag, to the thrill seekers who come to play along the rugged coastline, to gentler folk who come to enjoy the quaint fishing towns, rolling hills, rugged moorland and beautiful gardens. Newquay makes an ideal central base from which to tour this truly lovely region.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- 4 or 6 nights with breakfast & dinner
- Tea/coffee after dinner
- Free use of leisure facilities
- Porterage (Esplanade only)
- Live entertainment (Esplanade only)
- Excursion to Padstow, Tintagel & Boscastle
- Excursion to Lands End & St. Ives
Day 1 – Morning departure stopping for lunch and refreshments en route to your resort hotel. Dinner, bed & breakfast.
Day 2 – 4 (or Day 6 – 7 day holidays) – At leisure in Newquay with two included excursions. Dinner, bed & breakfast.
Padstow, Tintagel & Boscastle (All holidays)
Visit the picturesque fishing town of Padstow, nestling on the beautiful Camel Estuary with its colourful working harbour surrounded by pastel washed medieval houses. Continue to Tintagel, the legendary birthplace of King Arthur and on the return stop at Boscastle, a village set in a conservation area.
Land’s End & St Ives (All holidays)
Discover the scenic delights of Land’s End, one of the world's best loved landmarks and onto St. Ives where life is cradled around the harbour. Wander along the maze of tiny cobbled streets lined by fishermen's cottages, with a breathtaking seaside vista to greet you around each corner
OPTIONAL EXCURSION (All holidays)
Looe, Polperro & Mevagissey:
Spend today touring the secluded bays and quaint villages of South East Cornwall. You’ll see the beautiful coastal towns of Looe, Polperro and Mevagissey - small, unspoilt fishing villages with a colourful history of boat building and smuggling, which still retain their traditional character.
Return Day – After breakfast, head back homewards.Back to top