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Scenic South Cornwall

As you approach the town of Penzance you will instantly be aware of its very unique almost subtropical climate. With palm trees and tropical plants used throughout the town. Sitting majestically just off the shore line is St Michael’s Mount.

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The Queens Hotel -Penzance

Enjoy a striking destination inspired by an extraordinary landscape, and a resilient culture rich in heritage.

The Queens Hotel is the gateway to West Cornwall offering comfort and style, as well as great service and food. As a true family hotel.

We've been welcoming visitors to Penzance since 1862 and take pride in offering a fantastic service in a friendly atmosphere.

Tour highlights

Friday – We will stop for lunch in Exeter, there will be time to visit the magnificent cathedral or explore the town.

Saturday – Day of Leisure – You could take the opportunity to book a boat cruise to the Isle of Scilly (opposite the Hotel). You could visit the nearby Trengwainton Gardens. This stunning National Trust property is made up of 25 acres’ site full of exotic trees and shrubs.
Sunday – This morning we travel along the scenic route of Mounts Bay admiring the views of St Michael’s Mount, then with a short stop at Marazion enroute to Lizards Point which has an iconic Lighthouse station, built in 1751. It has been warning shipping about the treacherous Man o War Rocks just off shore. This afternoon we visit Flambards Victorian Village, with its cobbled streets, shops and houses recreated from the Victorian Era. See how life has changed, experience the good and the bad from this wonderful era. Look through the windows, get a drink in the local pub and see how hard the maids and servants would have worked.
Monday – Today we will travel to Cornwall’s only cathedral city, Truro, which has one of the most complete Georgian streets in England. Enjoy some free time in the beautiful city. Then onto 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 then 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.
Tuesday – There will be a lunch break enroute and regular comfort stops

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