North Cornwall's Wild Atlantic Coast
This wonderful new holiday explores Cornwall's North Atlantic Coast - full of myths and legends, pretty towns and villages and stunning coastal scenery. Our stunning hotel is
surrounded by beautiful rolling hills and woodland is ideally placed for us to explore this stunning corner of the UK, with visits to Bude, Tintagel, Padstow & Newquay.
4 nights, Dinner, bed & breakfast
Entrance to Clovelly
Visits to Bude, Boscastle, Tintagel, Padstow, Newquay & Port Issac
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
We journey to the unique village of Clovelly with entrance included. Here you’ll find, flower-strewn cottages lining the traffic free high street which tumbles down a cleft in the cliff to the ancient working port. You’ll need some sturdy shoes and we recommend getting the land rover back up to hill if you make it to the bottom. From here we enjoy an afternoon stop in Bude – famous for it’s wide sandy beaches, pastel coloured beach huts and a genuine Cornish charm
A trio of Cornish treats today, our first stop in the historic fishing village of Boscastle, we then continue to Tintagel with its links to King Arthur – will you be brave enough to take the new footbridge across to the famous Castle? If not there’s still plenty to see in this charming village. Our final ‘Port’ of call is Port Issac – which you may recognise as Port Wenn from TV’s Doc Martin – another delightful Cornish fishing village which also featured in the movie Fisherman’s Friend.
Two more Cornish Gems today – our first visit is picturesque Padstow, this bustling fishing port is also a foodie’s heaven with many restaurants, cafes and ice cream shops. This afternoon we head for the famous seaside town of Newquay, with fives stunning beaches and a busy surfing destination.
Bowood Park Hotel& Golf Club * * *
Nestled in the heart of North Cornwall on the fringes of the glorious Coastline, Bowood Park occupies 230 acres of rolling hills and woodland. The restaurant puts emphasis on home-cooked dining using locally sourced ingredients where possible. The bar offers an informal setting with scenic views of the golf course from the terrace. The bedrooms are comfortably furnished and offer TV & tea/coffee making facilities. No lift rooms on ground 1st & 2nd floorsBack to top