2018 - Hannafore Point - 5 Days (AUD0162/163)
Life slows down in South East Cornwall, but not to the point where you won’t find things to do. Nestled in the crook of a steep-sided valley, the twin towns of East and West Looe stand on either side of a broad river estuary. There’s been a settlement here since the days of the Domesday Book. The town thrived as a medieval port before reinventing itself as a holiday resort for well-to-do Victorians. For children, a safe sandy beach with rock pools is all they need. Hours of free fun and then there’s always crabbing from the quayside. Chip shops, souvenir sellers, and sticks of rock still very much rule the roost here. So if you’re looking for a fabulous hotel in a classic bucket-and-spade seaside town, you’ve definitely found it with this holiday to Looe.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Hannafore Point Hotel, Looe
With expansive views of Looe Bay and just a short stroll from the town centre and seafront, the Hannafore Point is a beautiful hotel set in the heart of the town with excellent leisure facilities including an indoor heated swimming pool, spa pool, hydro therapy pool as well as luxury saunas and steam rooms. Why not work up an apetite in the Gymnasium or get yourself pampered in one of the treatment rooms or visit the hair salon.
After joining the coach, we make our way to the Lake District with stops en route. We expect to arrive at our hotel late afternoon. Dinner and entertainment in the hotel.
Days 2 - 4
Traditional English breakfast followed by free time and included excursions. Dinner each evening.
After breakfast we make our way back to South Wales with a stop en route.
Perranporth & Padstow
We make our way along the coast to the lovely Cornish resort of Perranporth. With miles of golden sand and sheltering dunes, a natural open air pool filled with sea water at low tide, waterfront restaurants and country pubs delivering delicious Cornish produce, this quaint little village is a real Cornish gem. Then on to Padstow, 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 time. This foodie destination with popular eateries such as Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant, is the start and end point for the Camel Cycle Trail and a good base for water sports.
Plymouth combines the vibrancy of a modern city with the heritage of an historic port. Start the day by visiting Plymouth Hoe - enjoy the best view in town from Smeaton’s Tower Lighthouse. In the Elizabethan Barbican are the Mayflower Steps, from where the Pilgrim Fathers famously set sail for America.
Trago Mills Liskeard
The South West’s most unique shopping experience! Discover and explore Trago’s original Cornish store in the picturesque wooded Glynn Valley. Why not take the opportunity to enjoy a traditional Cornish Cream Tea in the Aviary Tea Room. Take a stroll along the riverside walk where you will find seating areas as well as a great play area for the kids before setting off in search of a bargain!
- Reserved coach travel throughout
- 4 nights' dinner, bed & breakfast
- Regular evening entertainment
- Excursions to Perranporth and Padstow, Plymouth & Trago Mills Liskeard
Important NotesImportant Notes
Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing. Single rooms may carry a supplement. You will find what rooms are available in the booking process.
£60 Single Room Supplement.Back to top