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Gardens of Cornwall & St Agnes

Trebah Gardens

In the far reaches of England, the mild climate of Cornwall, assisted by the warm airs of the Atlantic Gulf Stream, have created an environment where gardens and hundreds of species of plant-life from around the world can flourish.

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GARDENS OF CORNWALL

 

12 – 18 July 2021

Monday - Sunday

7 Days

From £599

 

In the far reaches of England, the mild climate of Cornwall, assisted by the warm airs of the Atlantic Gulf Stream, have created an environment where gardens and hundreds of species of plant-life from around the world can flourish.

 

Regarded as some of the finest gardens in Britain, our holiday to St Agnes visits the world famous Eden Project, explores Trelissick Gardens and delights in the sub-tropical paradise of Trebah Gardens with the added bonus of touring wonderful countryside of this much visited county.

 

HOLIDAY HIGHLIGHTS

 

Trebah Garden   |   The Eden Project   |   Trelissick Garden   |   St Mawes   |   Padstow   |   Port Isaac   |   St Agnes   |   Falmouth

 

 

DAY ONE - Arrival

We depart from your home and travel south to Cornwall and our hotel in St Agnes.

 

DAY TWO – St Agnes

Today we spend the day at leisure in St Agnes. Tucked into a stunning and unspoilt spot on the north Cornish coast, St. Agnes sits in both a designated area of natural beauty and a World Heritage Site. There are lots of independent shops, beautiful beaches, world class pubs and restaurants to enjoy along with one of the country's most stunning coast paths to walk along and take in the magnificent views!

 

DAY THREE – Trebah Garden

This morning we head across the Duchy to the historic maritime town of Falmouth. We later visit Trebah Garden, an exotic sub-tropical garden, voted in the top 100 Gardens in the world. Famous for its cascading waterfalls, ponds with giant Koi Carp and streams, which winds down to its own private beach.

 

DAY FOUR - The Eden Project

A full day at the Eden Project – home to the largest indoor rainforest in the world. The huge biomes create tropical and Mediterranean environments and house thousands of unusual plants from all over the world. Visitors to the Eden Project can see banana trees, giant bamboo, grape vines, rubber plants, waterfalls, steamy jungles, giant sculptures, a treetop lookout and much more. Whilst here we also include a 1 hour guided tour.

 

DAY FIVE – Trelissick Gardens

This morning our excursion takes us to St Mawes, situated on the Roseland Peninsula. A picturesque harbour with whitewashed houses is guarded by Henry VIII’s cloverleaf shaped St Mawes Castle.

 

Later we visit Trelissick Garden, situated on a peninsula with commanding magnificent views over the Fal Estuary, Trelissick surely has one of the best natural settings of any estate in the country. There are 30 acres of garden to explore, with twisting paths with woodland plants and herbaceous borders that provide year-round colour and interest.

 

DAY SIX – Padstow & Port Isaac

Today we venture north to Padstow, offering outstanding natural beauty made up of rugged coastline, quiet coves and fabulous walks, this charming working fishing port is surrounded by glorious sandy beaches.

 

The success of the town can be attributed to its inherent charms but there is no denying that a certain celebrity chef probably contributed to putting Padstow back on the holiday map.

 

This afternoon we will visit Port Isaac, a small and picturesque fishing village set on the Atlantic Coast of North Cornwall. Port Isaac has been an attractive fishing village since the 14th century and its narrow winding streets, old, white-washed cottages and traditional slate-fronted buildings are of architectural and historical importance. Once a busy port it has recently become a popular location for both film and TV series including TV’s Doc Martin. Look out for some familiar faces.

 

DAY SEVEN – Departure

After breakfast we will depart our hotel for the journey home with comfort stops en route.

 

YOUR HOLIDAY INCLUDES

 

  • Luxury coach travel

  • Home pick up

  • 6 nights accommodation, dinner & breakfast

  • Admission to Trelissick Garden

  • Admission to The Eden Project

  • Admission to Trebah Garden.

 

ROSEMUNDY HOUE HOTEL, St Agnes

This elegant Georgian residence run by the Faulkner family, dates to the 18th century and is set in secluded gardens and woodland 100 yards from St. Agnes village centre. The en suite rooms feature a TV with Freeview, telephone, hairdryers and beverage tray. The hotel has no lift and a limited number of ground floor rooms.

DAY ONE

We depart from your home and travel south to Cornwall and our hotel in St Agnes.

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DAY TWO

Today we spend the day at leisure in St Agnes. Tucked into a stunning and unspoilt spot on the north Cornish coast, St. Agnes sits in both a designated area of natural beauty and a World Heritage Site. There are lots of independent shops, beautiful beaches, world class pubs and restaurants to enjoy along with one of the country's most stunning coast paths to walk along and take in the magnificent views!

B, D

DAY THREE

This morning we head across the Duchy to the historic maritime town of Falmouth. We later visit Trebah Garden, an exotic sub-tropical garden, voted in the top 100 Gardens in the world. Famous for its cascading waterfalls, ponds with giant Koi Carp and streams, which winds down to its own private beach.

B, D

DAY FOUR

A full day at the Eden Project - home to the largest indoor rainforest in the world. The huge biomes create tropical and Mediterranean environments and house thousands of unusual plants from all over the world. Visitors to the Eden Project can see banana trees, giant bamboo, grape vines, rubber plants, waterfalls, steamy jungles, giant sculptures, a treetop lookout and much more. Whilst here we also include a 1 hour guided tour.

B, D

DAY FIVE

This morning our excursion takes us to St Mawes, situated on the Roseland Peninsula. A picturesque harbour with whitewashed houses is guarded by Henry VIII's cloverleaf shaped St Mawes Castle.
Later we visit Trelissick Garden, situated on a peninsula with commanding magnificent views over the Fal Estuary, Trelissick surely has one of the best natural settings of any estate in the country. There are 30 acres of garden to explore, with twisting paths with woodland plants and herbaceous borders that provide year-round colour and interest.

B, D

DAY SIX

Today we venture north to Padstow, offering outstanding natural beauty made up of rugged coastline, quiet coves and fabulous walks, this charming working fishing port is surrounded by glorious sandy beaches.
The success of the town can be attributed to its inherent charms but there is no denying that a certain celebrity chef probably contributed to putting Padstow back on the holiday map.
This afternoon we will visit Port Isaac, a small and picturesque fishing village set on the Atlantic Coast of North Cornwall. Port Isaac has been an attractive fishing village since the 14th century and its narrow winding streets, old, white-washed cottages and traditional slate-fronted buildings are of architectural and historical importance. Once a busy port it has recently become a popular location for both film and TV series including TV's Doc Martin. Look out for some familiar faces.

B, D

DAY SEVEN

After breakfast we will depart our hotel for the journey home with comfort stops en route.

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B=Breakfast Included, D=Dinner Included

YOUR HOLIDAY INCLUDES

·          Luxury coach travel

·          Home pick up

·          6 nights accommodation, dinner & breakfast

·          Admission to Trelissick Garden

·          Admission to The Eden Project

·          Admission to Trebah Garden.

 

ROSEMUNDY HOUE HOTEL, St Agnes

This elegant Georgian residence run by the Faulkner family, dates to the 18th century and is set in secluded gardens and woodland 100 yards from St. Agnes village centre. The en suite rooms feature a TV with Freeview, telephone, hairdryers and beverage tray. The hotel has no lift and a limited number of ground floor rooms.

 

Rooms are allocated on a first come first served basis and are limited. If no single supplement applies this is limited to the tour single room allocation and therefore additional cost may apply.  Prices displayed are per person unless otherwise stated. If door to door pick up is included there may be additional charges for out of area. Itineraries and hotel inclusions may be subject to change. Covid-19 restrictions may apply.

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