Devon and Cornwall


Travel by Coach
3 Included Excursions
  • Enjoy the delights of Devon and Cornwall on one holiday
  • Stay in lovely Torquay at the heart of the English Riviera
  • Explore popular St Ives on the north Cornwall coast
  • Take in the rugged scenery en route to Land’s End
  • Admire St Michaels Mount and visit Penzance
  • Visit the cathedral city of Exeter and maritime Plymouth
  • Call at Healey’s Cyder Farm
  • Travel over Dartmoor National Park
  • Enjoy a Devonshire Cream Tea

Epic beaches, rugged coastlines, vast expanses of National Parks, clotted cream teas and cornish pasties are all waiting to be discovered in South West England. Staying in pretty St Ives on the north Cornwall coast and Torquay in the very heart of the English Riviera, this new holiday will take in some of the beautiful scenery and popular attractions these holiday counties have to offer.

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Day One
We depart the Interchange and travel to the English Riviera where we check into the Bay Torbay Hotel and enjoy our evening meal. (D)

Day Two
Excursion travelling across the wilds of serene Dartmoor to reach Princetown where we enjoy an included cream tea. We continue on to the maritime city of Plymouth where there is free time to explore. (B,D)

Day Three
Enjoy a day at leisure and explore Torquay from our centrally located hotel. (B,D)

Day Four
Today we leave the English Riviera behind and travel to Cornwall. Along the way we stop at the cathedral city of Exeter and Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm. Later in the day we reach our destination of St Ives where we check into the Bay St Ives Bay Hotel. (B,D)

Day Five
Enjoy a trip to Cornwall’s south coast taking in the views of St Michael’s Mount from Marazion and calling at the ancient market town of Penzance, the historic capital of far west Cornwall. (B,D)

Day Six
Enjoy a day at leisure in pretty St Ives. (B,D)

Day Seven
Travel along the Atlantic Coast, taking in the spectacular scenery to visit Land’s End, the most westerly point of the English mainland. (B,D)

Day Eight
Our adventure in the South West has come to an end and we depart after breakfast to travel home via the Interchange. (B)

St Ives Bay Hotel

St Ives

  • Set on a cliff above award winning Porthminster Beach, the hotel is just a short walk from the town centre and picturesque harbour
  • In the hotel enjoy fantastic sea views and relax with a drink on our courtyard terrace
  • Easily reach South Cornwall attractions including Land’s End, Penzance and Truro

Set on a cliff above St Ives’ winding alleys, quaint cottages and boutique shops and overlooking Porthminster Beach, which has won many prestigious awards, the St Ives Bay Hotel is a great place to enjoy this wonderful North Cornwall town.

In less than 10 minutes you can stroll down to the seafront for a walk around the town’s harbour with a number of fantastic restaurants and bars surrounding the area. A little further on you can visit the Tate St Ives or pick up the South West Coast Path about 15 minutes from the hotel which will take you out of town to the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty where you can see some stunning sunsets over the sea.

The seaside towns of Penzance, Newquay and Falmouth and historic Truro are all within an hour’s drive of St Ives and are great places to take a day trip to discover the culture of Cornwall. The town is also perfectly placed to enjoy lovely countryside and dramatic coastlines, Britain’s most southerly point, Lizard Point and Land’s End are both easily reachable by car.

The hotel is just across the road and up some steps from the train station meaning arriving by train couldn’t be easier. In the hotel there is plenty of space to sit back and enjoy a refreshing drink in our courtyard terrace after a busy day of exploring everything that Cornwall has to offer.

Rooms at this hotel

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The Local Area

Included Excursions

Atlantic Coast And Land's End

Scenic drive along the rugged Atlantic Coast to visit Land’s End, Britain’s most westerly point.


Dartmoor, Cream Tea and Plymouth

Excursion via the wilds of Dartmoor, calling at Princetown where we enjoy an included cream tea, before continuing on to the historic, maritime city of Plymouth.


Jaunt to Brixham

Jaunt to Brixham, a town full of maritime heritage with coloured fishermen’s cottages gazing out across the busy port.