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Eden Project & Poldark

 

Charlestown
  • Overview

    highlights

    • Call at the Georgian port of Charlestown
    • Visit the fantastic Eden Project
    • Take in the views along the coast
    • Trip to historical Truro
    • See stunning St Michael’s Mount
    • Flambards Experience
    • Visit maritime Falmouth

    Cornwall’s stunning coastal scenery has always attracted visitors and on this new tour we visit historic Charlestown, one of the filming locations of the BBC’s popular Poldark adaptation.  Read More

    Great for:

    • Great for - Culture
    • Great for - History
    • Great for - Scenery
    • Great for - Seaside


    Charlestown
    We’ll also visit many other popular Cornish attractions on included excursions during our trip including the amazing Eden Project, Flambards amusement park, the unique St Michaels Mount and the pretty towns of Truro and Falmouth. 
    We will be staying at the Beresford Hotel in Newquay, with a prime cliff top position giving great views across the town and sea. The hotel is just a short walk from the centre of vibrant Newquay with great beaches and amenities within easy reach. 
  • Itinerary

    ITINERARY

    LOCATIONS


  • The Hotel

    YOUR HOTEL


    Beresford Hotel

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    • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
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    • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
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    • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
    • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
    • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
    • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
    • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
    • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
    • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
    • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
    Standing in a prime cliff-top position, with marvellous views over Tolcarne Beach to the ocean beyond, the Beresford Hotel enjoys one of the best locations of any hotel in Newquay. There is a sun lounge for those seeking relaxation, yet plenty of pastimes for those wanting to be more active - including a lively entertainment room. The Beresford Hotel Newquay is just a short walk away from the shops and holiday amenities and guests can stroll to the harbour and walk round the resort's gardens. With tiny coves and sandy bays, bustling harbour and cosy inns make Newquay a superb destination.
    • Prime cliff-top position, with marvellous views over Tolcarne Beach
    • One of the best locations of any hotels in Newquay
    • Many front facing rooms have superb views over Tolcarne Beach and out to sea
    • Short walk away from the shops and holiday amenities
    • There are two comfortable lounges and a conservatory
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  • Excursions & Extras

    INCLUDED EXCURSIONS


    Charlestown
    Full Day: Eden Project and Charlestown
    Enjoy an excursion calling at Charlestown, a beautiful Georgian port which retains many original features and boasts a world-famous collection of ships. A popular location for filming, Charlestown featured in the popular TV adaptation of Poldark. We continue on to visit the Eden Project which houses more than 135,000 plants from 4500 different species, originating from all over the world.
    St Michael's Mount, Cornwall
    Full Day: Flambards and St Michael’s Mount

    Travel to the Flambards Experience with a number of rides and activities. The highlights are their time travel experiences, including the Victorian Village and Britain in the Blitz.  We then travel to Portleven with a chance to admire the wonderful view of St Michael’s Mount. The tidal island has been the subject of myth and legend for centuries and it will be easy to see why, the mass of rocks juts out from the sea and cuts a lonely and mysterious figure among the vastness of the English Channel.

     

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    Full Day: Truro and Falmouth
    We travel out to Falmouth and Truro. Falmouth is a pretty town set around its harbour and with a number of beaches around the town. The main sights are Pendennis castle, built on the orders of Henry VIII and The National Maritime Museum Cornwall which presents the story of the sea, boats and the maritime history of Cornwall. Truro is one of the largest towns in the county, however it is still a relatively small, charming town. Highlights here are the cathedral, a beautiful three spired Gothic Revival design and the Royal Cornwall Museum, which gives a great insight into Cornish life, history and culture.
    Charlestown
    Full Day: Eden Project and Charlestown
    Enjoy an excursion calling at Charlestown, a beautiful Georgian port which retains many original features and boasts a world-famous collection of ships. A popular location for filming, Charlestown featured in the popular TV adaptation of Poldark. We continue on to visit the Eden Project which houses more than 135,000 plants from 4500 different species, originating from all over the world.
    St Michael's Mount, Cornwall
    Full Day: Flambards and St Michael’s Mount

    Travel to the Flambards Experience with a number of rides and activities. The highlights are their time travel experiences, including the Victorian Village and Britain in the Blitz.  We then travel to Portleven with a chance to admire the wonderful view of St Michael’s Mount. The tidal island has been the subject of myth and legend for centuries and it will be easy to see why, the mass of rocks juts out from the sea and cuts a lonely and mysterious figure among the vastness of the English Channel.

     

    street in Truro
    Full Day: Truro and Falmouth
    We travel out to Falmouth and Truro. Falmouth is a pretty town set around its harbour and with a number of beaches around the town. The main sights are Pendennis castle, built on the orders of Henry VIII and The National Maritime Museum Cornwall which presents the story of the sea, boats and the maritime history of Cornwall. Truro is one of the largest towns in the county, however it is still a relatively small, charming town. Highlights here are the cathedral, a beautiful three spired Gothic Revival design and the Royal Cornwall Museum, which gives a great insight into Cornish life, history and culture.
    Charlestown
    Full Day: Eden Project and Charlestown
    Enjoy an excursion calling at Charlestown, a beautiful Georgian port which retains many original features and boasts a world-famous collection of ships. A popular location for filming, Charlestown featured in the popular TV adaptation of Poldark. We continue on to visit the Eden Project which houses more than 135,000 plants from 4500 different species, originating from all over the world.
    St Michael's Mount, Cornwall
    Full Day: Flambards and St Michael’s Mount

    Travel to the Flambards Experience with a number of rides and activities. The highlights are their time travel experiences, including the Victorian Village and Britain in the Blitz.  We then travel to Portleven with a chance to admire the wonderful view of St Michael’s Mount. The tidal island has been the subject of myth and legend for centuries and it will be easy to see why, the mass of rocks juts out from the sea and cuts a lonely and mysterious figure among the vastness of the English Channel.

     

    street in Truro
    Full Day: Truro and Falmouth
    We travel out to Falmouth and Truro. Falmouth is a pretty town set around its harbour and with a number of beaches around the town. The main sights are Pendennis castle, built on the orders of Henry VIII and The National Maritime Museum Cornwall which presents the story of the sea, boats and the maritime history of Cornwall. Truro is one of the largest towns in the county, however it is still a relatively small, charming town. Highlights here are the cathedral, a beautiful three spired Gothic Revival design and the Royal Cornwall Museum, which gives a great insight into Cornish life, history and culture.
    Charlestown
    Full Day: Eden Project and Charlestown
    Enjoy an excursion calling at Charlestown, a beautiful Georgian port which retains many original features and boasts a world-famous collection of ships. A popular location for filming, Charlestown featured in the popular TV adaptation of Poldark. We continue on to visit the Eden Project which houses more than 135,000 plants from 4500 different species, originating from all over the world.
    St Michael's Mount, Cornwall
    Full Day: Flambards and St Michael’s Mount

    Travel to the Flambards Experience with a number of rides and activities. The highlights are their time travel experiences, including the Victorian Village and Britain in the Blitz.  We then travel to Portleven with a chance to admire the wonderful view of St Michael’s Mount. The tidal island has been the subject of myth and legend for centuries and it will be easy to see why, the mass of rocks juts out from the sea and cuts a lonely and mysterious figure among the vastness of the English Channel.

     

    street in Truro
    Full Day: Truro and Falmouth
    We travel out to Falmouth and Truro. Falmouth is a pretty town set around its harbour and with a number of beaches around the town. The main sights are Pendennis castle, built on the orders of Henry VIII and The National Maritime Museum Cornwall which presents the story of the sea, boats and the maritime history of Cornwall. Truro is one of the largest towns in the county, however it is still a relatively small, charming town. Highlights here are the cathedral, a beautiful three spired Gothic Revival design and the Royal Cornwall Museum, which gives a great insight into Cornish life, history and culture.
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What's included

  • Return coach travel
  • Seven nights accommodation
  • Daily breakfast, seven evening meals
  • Porterage
  • Three included excursions
  • Fantastic evening entertainment
  • Four drinks vouchers per person, per night
  • Selection of daily newspapers available in the lounge
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Beresford Hotel

Standing in a prime cliff-top position, with marvellous views over Tolcarne Beach to the ocean beyond, the Beresford Hotel enjoys one of the best locations of any hotel in Newquay.

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Beresford Hotel

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  • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
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  • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
  • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
  • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
  • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
  • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
  • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
  • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
  • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
  • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
  • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
  • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
  • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
  • Beresford Hotel, Newquay
Standing in a prime cliff-top position, with marvellous views over Tolcarne Beach to the ocean beyond, the Beresford Hotel enjoys one of the best locations of any hotel in Newquay. There is a sun lounge for those seeking relaxation, yet plenty of pastimes for those wanting to be more active - including a lively entertainment room. The Beresford Hotel Newquay is just a short walk away from the shops and holiday amenities and guests can stroll to the harbour and walk round the resort's gardens. With tiny coves and sandy bays, bustling harbour and cosy inns make Newquay a superb destination.
  • Prime cliff-top position, with marvellous views over Tolcarne Beach
  • One of the best locations of any hotels in Newquay
  • Many front facing rooms have superb views over Tolcarne Beach and out to sea
  • Short walk away from the shops and holiday amenities
  • There are two comfortable lounges and a conservatory
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