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St. Agnes, The Poldark & The Cornish Coast

Tucked into the stunning and unspoilt spot on the north Cornish Coast, St. Agnes
sits in both a designated Area of outstanding natural Beauty and a World
Heritage Site. the town was at the centre of tin and copper mining and many
of the old engine houses still stand proud on the landscape.

5 Days from just £329.00

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Rosemundy House Hotel

Relax and recharge at the rosemundy
House Hotel, situated in the quaint Cornish
coastal village of St. Agnes. As well as our
beautifully appointed en suite rooms,
many of which enjoy garden views, we
also have a heated swimming pool, choice
of cosy lounges, well stocked bar and
an excellent restaurant serving both
table d’hôtel and Á la Carte menus.
entertainment is provided at this hotel.

EXCURSION 1. Today we travel to Penzance,
stopping enroute to visit the Poldark Mine and
Gardens (weather permitting, admissions
included). Here we will see how the mines were
worked and how they discovered the seams of
minerals such as tin and copper. Please Note:
we will not be going underground into the
mine. Penzance has a stunning harbour and
quaint streets with many heritage sites within
the town, such as the new art gallery and the
Dolphin Inn down by the Quay. At low tide,
it is possible to walk over to the island to see
St. Michael’s Mount. In the afternoon, we travel
on to St. Ives, a wonderful coastal town with a
working harbour and many places to visit.

EXCURSION 2. Today we travel to
Perranporth, a rugged north Cornish coast with
a beautiful seaside resort and stunning sea
views over the Perran Bay. It’s here that the
writer of Poldark lived while creating the series.
We then visit the National Trust property of
Trerice, which in the series, features as the
Manor House. Originally owned by the Arundel
family for 500 years, the present house was
completed in 1572. From here we travel to
Charlestown and it was here that a lot of the
filming for the drama series Poldark took place
with the inner harbour being used as the port
of Falmouth and the beach and slipway
doubled for St. Marys on the Isles of Scilly
(admissions included).

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Fri 6 Nov, 2020 STAG202004 5 £329.00 10 + Book Now