3* Rosemundy House Hotel, St Agnes: Padstow, Bodmin Jail, Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm, St Ives, Lost Gardens of Heligan & Mevagissey



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Stay at the Rosemundy House Hotel in St Agnes. Visit Padstow made famous by Rick Stein & Bodmin Jail. Enjoy time at leisure in St Agnes followed by 'Access all area's & tasting' at Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm. Visit the charming seaside resort of St Ives, explore the Lost Gardens of Heligan and visit the fishing town of Mevagissey.
Wednesday 18 September
6 Days
£635 per person sharing a twin/double room
Limited single rooms at no supplement
Home pick up/set down from £40 per person
Front seat supplement £15.00 for the duration of the tour
Price includes:
All coach travel
5 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
Admission to Bodmin Jail
Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm ‘Access all area’s & tasting pass’
Admission to the Lost Gardens of Heligan


Day 1

We depart the local area with stops on route for coffee and lunch before arriving at the Rosemundy House Hotel mid-afternoon, ready to settle in and get acquainted with the facilities at the hotel before dinner.


Day 2

Today we travel to Padstow where we explore the town which has become synonymous with Rick Stein. The harbour is the bustling centre of the town and further along the front there is the National Lobster Hatchery, which was set up to conserve the local lobster population and preserve marine biodiversity. This afternoon we discover Cornwall's most haunting and dark history as we visit Bodmin Jail. Built in 1779 for King George III, Bodmin Jail has played an important role in Cornwall's history and this bold re-development gives visitors the chance to delve into an intriguing hidden history.


Day 3

This morning we spend time at leisure at the hotel. In the afternoon we visit Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm. Travel back in time and unlock the secrets of traditional cyder-making and see where the famous Rattler Cyder is bottled, packaged, and kegged. Healey's is also famous for making England's oldest whiskey and you can tip-toe through the sleeping barrels hidden in the cellars.


Day 4

Today we drive to the charming seaside resort of St Ives. Best known for its artistic connections, the Tate Gallery looks after the Barbara Hepworth Museum and sculpture garden (admission at own cost).


Day 5

Today we visit The Lost Gardens of Heligan, which just 25 years ago were unknown and unseen; lost under a tangle of weeds. A chance discovery of a door in the ruins led to the restoration of what is now considered to be one of the finest gardens in Cornwall. We return to the hotel via Mevagissey, an attractive old town which was once the centre of Cornwall's pilchard fishery and which still boasts a working harbour, with a few dozen small fishing boats. It has a tradition of boat building dating back to 1745.


Day 6

After breakfast we will start the journey home, with breaks on route for coffee and lunch, arriving back in the local area early evening.



Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour. Please note some pick up points may not be served on all departure dates.

Baldock Market Place N/STBATBA
Bishops Std Rail StationTBATBA
Buntingford The Crown PHTBATBA
Cambridge Trumpington P&RTBATBA
Harlow Bus Stn Stop 14TBATBA
Hitchin S St Marys SqTBATBA
Letchworth Station Rd STBATBA
Newport Stn Rd Bus Stop STBATBA
Royston Bus StationTBATBA
Saffron Walden High St STBATBA
Sawbridgeworth White L. STBATBA
South MimmsTBATBA
Stansted Mountfit Har STBATBA
Stevenage Bus Station LTBATBA


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