· 4 NIGHTS DINNER BED & BREAKFAST, ALL ROOMS ENSUITE, COLOUR TV, TEA / COFFEE MAKING FACILITIES
ONE DAY EXCURSION TO: LOOE & POLPERRO A busy fishing port, with a popular family beach, Looe has been a favourite holiday destination since Victorian times. Morning Tea / Coffee Biscuits / Cake at Hannafore Point Hotel, Looe, compliments of Jamesway Travel. Just south of Looe is the smaller port of Polperro. This quaint old Cornish fishing village whose narrow streets and pretty cottages remain undeniably attractive.
· ONE DAY EXCURSION: TO DARTMOUTH, Situated on the banks of the picturesque River Dart, it’s the perfect year round destination. No matter the weather or time of year, Dartmouth is an exciting town just waiting to be explored.
· ONE FREE DAY AT YOUR LEISURE
STAYING AT THE 3* COPTHORNE HOTEL Situated in the heart of the city is the Copthorne Hotel Plymouth. With the vibrant nightlife and cultural attractions in Devon right on our doorstep, and a short walk away from the Barbican and iconic Mayflower steps, it’s hard to beat on location and convenience. Only a short drive from Dartmoor National Park, the Royal Citadel, the renowned Plymouth Gin Distillery and many more local attractions too. The popular restaurant, best known for its Chef’s modern take on the local cuisine, creative dishes made with fresh local produce, experience the attentive and friendly service. The menu is made up of British and Continental influences, using the finest ingredients with a modern flair, which draws in guests and locals alike. A relaxed atmosphere within a traditional setting which is bright and airy. They also offer a selection of fine wines and delicious bar bites.
Plymouth’s dramatic coastal fortress was built in the 17th century to watch out for the Dutch. Its secondary use was to keep an eye on rebellious locals, so you might spot that its ancient cannons can be turned to face the city too. Tinside Lido jutting out into the sea, this well-maintained art-deco lido, dating from 1935, has incredible views of the harbour. The Barbican provides an important physical link to Plymouth’s fascinating nautical past. Think Jacobean buildings, cobbled streets, moored sailing boats, ancient inns, art shops, tea rooms, restaurants and bars. Established in 1793, Plymouth Gin Distillery has had over 200 years to get their recipe right – but you’ll have to be the judge of that. Home to the biggest fish tanks in Britain, Plymouth’s National Marine Aquarium is a cut above the rest. Separated into four distinct zones, aquatic ecosystems cover everything from the local Plymouth Sound to The Great Barrier Reef.