· 4 NIGHTS DINNER BED AND BREAKFAST.
· ALL ROOMS EN-SUITE WITH COLOUR TV, TEA / COFFEE MAKING FACILITIES.
· DAY EXCURSION: Padstow
· DAY EXCURSION Mevagissey, Charlestown and Surrounding Areas
· HALF DAY EXCURSION: Polperro
· Free afternoon in Looe
Staying at The Hannafore Point Hotel in South Cornwall which offers stunning views across Looe Bay and the unspoiled Cornish coastline. Each bedroom is well furnished with en-suite facilities and many enjoy beautiful sea views (subject to availability and supplement). You can also enjoy the panoramic views from the A la Carte and Terrace Bar Restaurants where the kitchen offers a wide variety of freshly cooked local produce. A heated indoor pool is one of the many ways to relax, with sauna, steam, Jacuzzi and Hydro-pool, and spa treatments are available to book. Due to the location of this hotel it has 25 steps to the reception, but there is now a lift from the road level to the reception, and a lift in the hotel serves some of the rooms. There are stairs to the bar & entertainment area.
LOOE: The Olde Twin Towns of Looe, East Looe & West Looe, connected by the seven arch bridge where the East and West Looe Rivers meet, flowing through the town & harbour where the fishing boats land their catch, the river then goes out past the banjo pier to the sea leaving the sandy Looe beaches East & West. Looe is used as the setting as ‘Shipton Abbot’ for the popular TV Series Beyond Paradise. There is now a circular route land train in Looe which you can hop on and off at your leisure to access all areas of the town (subj to operation).
POLPERRO: With it’s protected inner harbour full of colourful boats, still a working fishing village & one of the most popular places in Cornwall & undoubtedly one of the prettiest.
MEVAGISSEY: Is a small unspoilt fishing village with a colourful history of boat building & smuggling, which still retains its character & nowadays has a selection of pubs, restaurants & shops, for you to enjoy.
CHARLESTOWN: This grade II listed harbour doubles for Truro Harbour in the TV series Poldark, and dates from the late 18th Century. There are often vessels in port and there is a fascinating shipwreck to explore at your leisure (entrance not included).
DEPARTURE DATE: MONDAY 15th APRIL 2024 £429.00