Looe - Summer Break- Coast To Coast - 4 Days
Cornwall is famous for its seafaring history, spectacular sandy beaches, gorgeous gardens, dramatic coastline and captivating fishing harbours. The popular seaside town of Looe can keep visitors entertained all year round whilst still retaining its character as a bustling working fishing port. The harbour, steeped in history of smuggling and piracy, is a must visit, you can watch the boats come and go throughout the day and where you can watch the day's catch being auctioned on the quay. If it's shopping and dining that you want, the level streets offer an interesting mix of traditional souvenir, arts and crafts shops, boutique, bars and restaurants, many of which are located in buildings dating from the 16th and 17th centuries.
One of the UK's most popular tourist destinations, Cornwall is a county almost completely surrounded by the sea. Defined by its spectacular coastline, the north often pummeled by giant Atlantic rollers, has towering cliffs and breathtakingly beautiful golden sandy beaches while the southern coastline features calm estuaries, fishing villages, beaches, harbours and beautiful gardens that flourish in the mild climate.
Portbyhan Hotel * * *
Superb location on the quayside, overlooking the harbour En-suite bedrooms Hairdryer Television Tea, coffee-making facilities Harbour view restaurant Bar Residents lounge Roof terrace Lift to all floors. www.portbyhan.com
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Travel to Looe and a welcome with tea, coffee on arrival at the Portbyhan Hotel.
At leisure in resort plus we include the following excursion:Fowey - The picturesque town has much to offer and is designated an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Its natural harbour is the perfect haven for yachtsmen while still busy as a working port exporting Cornwall’s china clay. Over the last few years Fowey has been a popular destination for several cruise liners and it’s an impressive sight to see these enormous ships come through the narrow harbour entrance. The home of Daphne du Maurier can be seen and the town also boasts an excellent selection of quality shops, art galleries, cafes and restaurants for those looking for a Cornish cream tea or tasty fish and chips.
Executive coach travel
3 course, 3 choice dinner plus tea and coffee, bed and full English buffet breakfast
Tea, coffee on arrival
Entertainment most nights
Free time at resort plus excursions as listed
Entry fees not included unless otherwise stated
No single room supplement - Very limited availability
Double room for single use £20pppn
Guaranteed balcony room supplement £20prpn
Guaranteed river view room supplement £10prpn
16th Apr 4 nights £339 WW
20th Apr 3 nights £259
7th May 4 nights £359 WW
11th May 3 nights £289
28th May 4 nights £359
11th Jun 4 nights £429 WW
15th Jun 3 nights £329
29th Jun 3 nights £329
6th Jul 3 nights £339
23rd Jul 4 nights £439
27th Jul 3 nights £339
6th Aug 4 nights £449 WW
10th Aug 3 nights £339
13th Aug 4 nights £449 WW
17th Aug 3 nights £339
31st Aug 3 nights £339 FLYER ROUTE
14th Sep 3 nights £339
24th Sep 4 nights £449 WW
28th Sep 3 nights £349
5th Oct 3 nights £259
12th Oct 3 nights £259 FLYER ROUTE