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Cornwall Spring Tour

A Canopy Rope Bridge in the Eden Project

3* Lanhydrock Hotel, Bodmin. The Eden Project, Fowey, Looe,Trelissick Gardens, Truro, The Lost Gardens of Heligan & Mevagissey

Sunday 14 March

We depart the local area with stops on route for coffee and lunch before arriving at Lanhydrock Hotel mid-afternoon ready to settle in and get acquainted with the facilities at the hotel before dinner.

 

Monday 15 March

This morning we visit The Eden Project.  With three climatic zones and over a million plants, Eden never fails to provide anything less than a jaw-dropping horticultural extravaganza.  In the afternoon we travel to Fowey, a delightful harbour town which has become popular with the rich and famous for their holiday homes.

 

Tuesday 16 March

Today we visit the seaside town of Looe, the town has a collection of narrow streets lined with shops, cafes and pubs that lead through to the main town beach. The beautiful beach is bordered by the Banjo pier on the west, the entrance to the main harbour and by a rocky promontory to the east. Over the years, the town has retained its small fishing fleet, which return at high tide, to off load their catch alongside the riverside quay at the busy fish market, which dominates the town's East Quay.

 

Wednesday 17 March

This morning we visit Trelissick Gardens (NT), which is set on its own peninsula, with panoramic views over the Fal estuary.  You can explore the meandering paths through the garden, leading to exotic plants and herbaceous borders bursting with colour. The house has a friendly and inviting atmosphere with a rolling programme of exhibitions that reveal stories from its diverse history. This afternoon we take a short drive into the cathedral city of Truro with time to explore at your own leisure.

 

Thursday 18 March

Today we visit The Lost Gardens of Heligan, which just 25 years ago were unknown and unseen; lost under a tangle of weeds.  A chance discovery of a door in the ruins led to the restoration of what is now considered to be one of the finest gardens in Cornwall. We return to the hotel via Mevagissey an attractive old town which was once the centre of Cornwall’s pilchard fishery and which still boasts a working harbour, with a few dozen small fishing boats. It has a tradition of boat building dating back to 1745.

 

Friday 19 March

After breakfast we will start the journey home, with breaks on route for coffee and lunch, arriving back in the local area early evening.

 

LANHYDROCK HOTEL, BODMIN  ***

Sunday 14 March 2021

6 days

£545 per person sharing a twin/double room

£100 Single Supplement

£12 National Trust Member Discount

Home to home pick up/set down from £25

Front seat supplement £15.00 for the duration of the tour

 

Price includes:

All coach travel

Porterage

5 nights dinner, bed & breakfast

Admission to the Eden Project

Admission to Trelissick Gardens (NT)

Admission to The Lost Gardens of Heligan

 

 

Sunday 14 March

We depart the local area with stops on route for coffee and lunch before arriving at Lanhydrock Hotel mid-afternoon ready to settle in and get acquainted with the facilities at the hotel before dinner.

D

Monday 15 March

This morning we visit The Eden Project. With three climatic zones and over a million plants, Eden never fails to provide anything less than a jaw-dropping horticultural extravaganza. In the afternoon we travel to Fowey, a delightful harbour town which has become popular with the rich and famous for their holiday homes.

D, B

Tuesday 16 March

Today we visit the seaside town of Looe, the town has a collection of narrow streets lined with shops, cafes and pubs that lead through to the main town beach. The beautiful beach is bordered by the Banjo pier on the west, the entrance to the main harbour and by a rocky promontory to the east. Over the years, the town has retained its small fishing fleet, which return at high tide, to off load their catch alongside the riverside quay at the busy fish market, which dominates the town's East Quay.

D, B

Wednesday 17 March

This morning we visit Trelissick Gardens (NT), which is set on its own peninsula, with panoramic views over the Fal estuary. You can explore the meandering paths through the garden, leading to exotic plants and herbaceous borders bursting with colour. The house has a friendly and inviting atmosphere with a rolling programme of exhibitions that reveal stories from its diverse history. This afternoon we take a short drive into the cathedral city of Truro with time to explore at your own leisure.

D, B

Thursday 18 March

Today we visit The Lost Gardens of Heligan, which just 25 years ago were unknown and unseen; lost under a tangle of weeds. A chance discovery of a door in the ruins led to the restoration of what is now considered to be one of the finest gardens in Cornwall. We return to the hotel via Mevagissey an attractive old town which was once the centre of Cornwall’s pilchard fishery and which still boasts a working harbour, with a few dozen small fishing boats. It has a tradition of boat building dating back to 1745.

D, B

Friday 19 March

After breakfast we will start the journey home, with breaks on route for coffee and lunch, arriving back in the local area early evening.

B

D=Dinner, B=Breakfast

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Baldock Market Place N/S BALDOCK Bus Shelter, Bus Stop next to Comm Centre
Bishops Sford Interchange BISHOPS STORTFORD Interchange
Station Road Bus Stops
Buntingford The Crown PH BUNTINGFORD The Crown PH Bus Stop
Cambridge Trumpington P&R TRUMPINGTON Park and Ride
Centre Lane Coach Bays 5-7
Great Shelford S GT SHELFORD Ldn Rd/Station Rd Bus Stop Southbound
Harlow Bus Stn Stop 14 HARLOW Bus Station Stop 14
HERTFORD - Tesco Stop 12 HERTFORD - Mill Road Tesco Bus Stop 12
Hitchin S HITCHIN St Mary's Square. Opposite Car Park
HODDESDON - Clock Tower HODDESDON - Clock Tower - Amwell St Bus Stop B
Letchworth Station Rd S LETCHWORTH Bus Stop, Station Road next to Arcade
Newport Stn Rd Bus Stop S NEWPORT ESSEX High St - Bus Stop before Station Rd
Near R & R Saggers shop
Royston Bus Station ROYSTON Bus Station
Saffron Walden High St S SAFFRON WALDEN High St Bus Stop By Goddards Elect
Sawbridgeworth White L. S SAWBRIDGEWORTH White Lion Bus Stop
Bus Stop outside Budgens before White Lion
Sawston War Memorial S SAWSTON Next to War Memorial Bus Stop
South Mimms South Mimms Services, Coach Bays
Stansted Mountfit Har S STANSTED MOUNTFITCHET Three Colts/Hargrave Cls
Bus Stop (BP Petrol Station)
Stevenage Danestrete K STEVENAGE Matalan Excursions Bus Stop K
WARE - Station Rd WARE - Station Road Bus Stop F

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