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Looe -The Portbyhan Hotel

The area around Looe is truly spectacular, its whole being is a reflection of its calm and tranquil state. It encourages you to sit, relax and simply enjoy the pleasures of this area of stunning beauty. Whilst here take some time to visit the vibrant working harbour.

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The Portbyhan Hotel

This hotel is situated on the harbour right in the centre of Looe. It is a family run hotel which has benefited from a large refurbishment and has recently been awarded National Coach Tourism Award.

Tour Highlights

Monday – We will stop for lunch in Exeter, there will be time to visit the magnificent cathedral or explore the town. Arriving at our hotel late afternoon giving you time to relax before your evening meal.

Tuesday – A day of Leisure in Looe. You could visit the Old Guildhall and Goal or even The Monkey Sanctuary. If the weather is fine you could take one of the many boat cruises from the harbour or simply enjoy seafront and Banjo Pier.

Wednesday –Cornwall’s only cathedral city of Truro, has one of the most complete Georgian streets in England. Enjoy some free time in the beautiful city, maybe get some lunch. This afternoon depending on the tide we relax on a boat trip along the stunning banks of the Fal River to Falmouth a historic maritime coastal resort with a natural deep-water harbour guarded by twin castles. Enjoy some free time here maybe visit the National Maritime Museum. On our return, we will visit Fowey. Fowey – pronounced Foy as in Joy…. With its stunning harbour for leisure crafts and yachts and more recently a port for some enormous cruise liners too.

Thursday –Marazion, where we will stop to admire St Michaels Mount, an iconic rocky island crowned by a medieval church. It has a building dating back to the12th century. With subtropical gardens, ancient cobles, family history and legends it is a truly magical place to spend a morning. Then onto Penzance, as you approach the town you will instantly be aware of its very unique, almost subtropical climate. With palm trees and tropical plants used throughout the town. Then onwards to St Ives, here are golden beaches and lush vegetation, with a working harbour to explore or simple relax at a pavement café or ancient pub. If culture is your favourite thing then visit the Barbara Hepworth Museum, Sculpture Garden or the Tate Museum.

Friday – There will be a lunch break enroute at Burnham on Sea, arriving home in the afternoon.

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