|Departure Date||No of Days||Price Per Person||Single Person Supplement|
|Monday 22 July 2019||7||£590.00||Nil|
Newquay is the focal point of the breathtaking Cornish Riviera enjoying some of the finest and dramatic coastline beaches in Europe. Seven miles of golden sands and sparkling silver waters warmed by the Gulf Stream make Newquay probably the premier resort in the West Country. This South-Western part of England boasts a mild climate which probably explains the variety of Cornish gardens. It is well placed to enjoy much of the area’s history and obvious beauty, from the stunning dramatic northern coastline to the infamous rugged Land’s End.
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Perched high on Newquay’s Pentire Headland, the 3 Star Pentire Hotel sits between Fistral Beach and the Gannel Estuary. All bedrooms are en-suite with TV, tea/coffee tray and free wi-fi.
THE HOTEL HAS A LIFT
Depart Leyland at 0800 for the journey to Newquay.
Tuesday to Saturday
At leisure in resort with the following included excursions:
Morning excursion to captivating Mevagissey, an ancient fishing port with narrow streets.
The afternoon will be spent at the dramatic globed garden that is the Eden Project. Two giant conservatories known as ‘Biomes‘ house plants and trees from the tropics and the warm temperate regions of the world.
Full day excursion which begins with a drive to St. Just-in-Roseland Church which is surrounded by sub-tropical trees and shrubs. Continue to the fashionable resort of St. Mawes for lunch before visiting Cornwall’s only city, Truro.
Half day excursion to the delightful little town of Padstow with its picturesque harbour.
Check out of our hotel following breakfast for the return journey to Leyland