2018 - Priory Lodge - 4 Days (AUD0067)
The unofficial capital of Cornish surfing is also the south coast’s busiest town. Newquay’s cluster of beaches remains as glorious as ever, and if you’re looking to learn how to brave the waves, this is the place to do it. Apart from the twelve golden beaches, Newquay has many hidden gems. The three main ones are the Harbour, Huer’s Hut and the Trenance Gardens and Boating Lake. The scenery and wildlife that you will see whilst on the coast path are truly inspiring. With the captivating coastlines and the endless views of the ocean, Newquay is truly special.
On the seafront, the Blue Reef Aquarium features an underwater tunnel going through a coral-reef tank. Here you can see pufferfish, sharks, and rays. You will find many of the attractions in and around Newquay are fun for all ages - from theme parks to parks and gardens. Newquay is also an ideal base to explore Cornwall and its heritage. There are many historic places to visit such Tintagel castle, the fabled power base of King Arthur.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Priory Lodge Hotel, Newquay
Originally a vicarage, the Priory Lodge Hotel stands in its own grounds just a 2 minute walk into the town centre and a further 2 minutes to the closest local beach. The hotel offers free wi-fi in all ground floor areas. The Olde Worlde bar is always a popular venue for a tipple or two and there is also a lovely restaurant with great sea views.
After joining the coach, we head towards our destination that will have coffee/lunch stops along the way. We expect to arrive at our hotel late afternoon.
Days 2 - 3
Traditional English breakfast followed by free time and included excursions. Dinner and entertainment at the hotel.
After breakfast we make our way home. After stopping for a coffee/lunch break, we continue homewards.
A magnificent late Victorian country house with garden and wooded estate. Explore the nooks and crannies of a classic Victorian mansion by delving into the past and discover the fascinating history of the house at Lanhydrock. Enjoy the formal gardens as well as acres of untamed woodland walks. A real Cornish Gem.
Truro is a beautiful city, with its uniqueness lying very much in its history. In the 19th and 20th centuries Truro was a very busy port and prior to that it had attracted wealthy merchants and bankers, who built fine houses, turning Truro into a fashionable place. Enjoy the interesting mix of specialist shops and stores set amongst its quaint, cobbled streets.
- Reserved coach travel throughout
- 3 nights’ dinner, bed & breakfast
- Regular evening entertainment
- Excursions to Truro & Lanhydrock House (entrance included)
This tour picks up at the following points:
- Bristol Aztec West
- Cardiff Central
- Cardiff Gate
- Cardiff West
- Port Talbot
- Swansea Central
- Swansea West
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.
No Single Supplement for first 4 singles, thereafter £15pppn.
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