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Hugh Town, Isles of Scilly

Falmouth’s Flora & the Enchanting Isles of Scilly

Based in the lovely coastal town of Falmouth, this tour features excursions to some of Cornwall’s most delightful spots, including St Michael’s Mount, Trebah Garden and the fishing harbour of St Ives. We also take in the famous Land’s End and spend a day on the uncrowded and unspoilt Isles of Scilly. PACKAGED ITINERARY Day 1 Arrival We arrive at our hotel in time for dinner. Day 2 Isles of Scilly We set off early for Penzance this morning, from where we board our ferry to the enchanting Isles of Scilly . We arrive on the beautiful island of St Mary’s, the largest of the Scilly Isles and the gateway to the rest of the islands. Measuring approximately 2 ½ miles by 1 ¾ miles, the compact island is a delight to explore, with a selection of shops, churches and galleries dotted around the central hub, Hugh Town, as well as some charming cafés, restaurants and pubs where we can enjoy lunch. We can also stretch our legs on one of the lovely beaches, take a gentle stroll to admire the fabulous scenery or simply watch the comings and goings around the Quay before catching our return ferry . (Please note, today’s excursion requires an early departure from, and a late return to, our hotel.) Day 3 Marazion, Land’s End & St Ives This morning we head to the attractive town of Marazion, where we enjoy a photo stop to capture the tidal island of St Michael’s Mount, which lies half a mile offshore. We then continue our travels to the famous Land’s End, known as the start or finishing point of journeys to or from John o’ Groats in Scotland. We spend some time soaking in the natural beauty and beautiful views here before travelling along the scenic West Cornwall Coast Road to the picturesque fishing harbour and seaside town of St Ives, where we have time at leisure to explore the numerous galleries and the Barbara Hepworth Museum & Sculpture Garden. Day 4 Trebah Garden & Falmouth Today we make our way to Trebah Garden with free time to explore this sub- tropical garden paradise. Set against a stunning coastal backdrop, at the bottom of the garden there is also a secluded private beach on the Helford River to admire. (Please note, Trebah Garden has sections that are accessible only by steps and/ or steep paths.) We then head to Falmouth with time at leisure to enjoy lunch in one of the many eateries and to explore this lovely coastal town. Known for its fascinating maritime heritage, we may wish to visit the National Maritime Museum Cornwall or Pendennis Castle, or simply stroll around the harbour, beaches, galleries and shops. Day 5 Departure After breakfast, we make our way home.

Land’s End

St Michael’s Mount

The valley view at Trebah Garden

Falmouth Hotel Falmouth, Cornwall Plus

Set in a beautiful location on the clifftop overlooking the sea, the traditional, grand Victorian Falmouth Hotel is just a short, 10 minute walk to the town centre & beach and is ideally located for visits to nearby attractions. The hotel’s 71 traditionally styled, comfortable bedrooms all contain a TV, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. The restaurant is bright, with lots of natural daylight and offers lovely views over the coastline, whilst the lounge bar has comfortable seating providing a cosy area in which to enjoy a drink or light snack. Set in 5 acres of landscaped gardens, there is also an outside seating area overlooking the sea. Leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool and hot tub. • Lift • Bar • Restaurant • Tea/coffee in room • Leisure facilities • Coach parking is on-site & free of charge 4 Nights Half Board Twin from £493pp Double for Sole Use Supplement from £149

Inclusions • Porterage • Choice of menu • Tea/coffee after dinner • Return ferry crossing Penzance - Isles of Scilly • Entrance to Trebah Garden

St Ives

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