St Ives is widely regarded as the jewel of Cornwall’s crown that hosts a beautiful seaside town set in breathtaking coastal scenery. Whatever the time of year, St Ives gives something special making you want to return again and again. Britain’s most westerly county boasts fabulous beaches, a fascinating history and some wonderful traditions. St Ives is magnificently situated, overlooking a spectacular crescent of beaches. The ‘fishing quarter’ is a warren of stone cottages, cobbled lanes and alleys. St Ives has been an artists’ colony for almost 100 years and still retains its magnetic, slightly ‘off-beat’ charm. Join us and see why this part of our beautiful coastline makes the visitor feel so alive…! Things to do: Visit the stunning beaches, the ancient fishing quarter and quaint shops selling local art. Interesting facts: St Ives is named after an Irish Princess 'St Ela'.
St Merryn Hotel, St Ives The family-run St Merryn Hotel offers a very warm welcome. It stands in its own grounds and large gardens overlooking St Ives Bay, around 800m from the resort centre. The hotel has a restaurant, bar and lounge. Bedrooms have en-suite, colour TV, telephone and tea/coffee making facilities. Hotel Options Board Basis: Half Board (Breakfast & Dinner) Themes: Festive – Enjoy pre-Christmas Turkey & Tinsel
Excursion to Perranporth: We make our way along the coast to one of the lovely Cornish resorts. With miles of golden sand and sheltering dunes, a natural open air pool filled with sea water at low tide, waterfront restaurants and country pubs delivering delicious Cornish produce, this quaint little village is a real Cornish gem. Excursion to Falmouth: Heading across to Cornwall’s ‘Riviera Coast’, and passing St Michael’s Mount, we arrive at the resort of Falmouth. Here we see the world’s third largest natural harbour, a bustling waterfront and four bathing beaches. The resort has a strong maritime tradition - all manner of sea-craft may be seen here. A gentle boat trip along the River Fal is a relaxing way to spend an afternoon, whilst a visit to Henry VIII’s imposing ‘Pendennis Castle’ affords wonderful views over Falmouth Bay.
Day 1: Join coach and head to our resort. Check-in at our chosen hotel, with dinner and an evening at leisure. Days 2 - 3: At leisure in resort with two INCLUDED excursions. Breakfasts and dinners. Day 4: Breakfast and we board our coach for the return journey. Arrive home later today.
Here is what’s INCLUDED: Coach travel throughout Reserved seating throughout your break Three or four nights’ dinner, bed and breakfast Entertainment on some evenings All bedrooms with en-suite facilities Included excursions as selected from INCLUSIVE PACKAGES Free time to enjoy St Ives
IMPORTANT INFORMATION Hotel: N/A OUR PRICES Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing; Selected number of singles available with no supplement. For the latest prices and offers visit us in store, online or call our travel experts.