- 5-day tour from London to Devon and Cornwall
- Visit the famous stone circle of Stonehenge
- Find out for yourself why the beauty of Cornwall is so renowned
- Breathe in the sea air at the South Devon coast
- Four nights accommodation in 3-star B&Bs or hotels (your choice) in Exeter and Falmouth
- Breakfast included
- Small-group tour ensures personalized attention from your local, expert guide
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What You Can Expect
On your second day, visit mystic Dartmoor, where you’ll hear spooky stories from your guide, and Tavistock, a beautiful small town. Spend the afternoon and evening in Exeter.
Day 3 offers the beauty of Cornwall. Visit the civil parish of Launceston, the Bodmin moor, Golitha Falls, St Neats church and Tintagel Castle. End the day in Falmouth, where you’ll stay for two more nights.
On your fourth day, visit the island of St Michaels Mount and beautiful Minack Theatre. Also visit the village of Mousehole and the white sandy beaches of Porthcurno and Penzance. Move on to Land's End, before you head back to Falmouth.
On Day 5, visit Glastonbury with its ancient, mythical connections to King Arthur before returning to London. Return to London in the evening.
Please note: Breakfast is included in your accommodation; you'll have enough free time to enjoy lunch and dinner on your own.
See the Itinerary section below for details on each day.
Your small-group tour begins with a drive from London through the old kingdom of Wessex, making your way to Stonehenge, where your guide will tell you interesting facts about this prehistoric and mysterious stone circle. Continue your tour to the South Devon coast to admire its white sandy beaches and the rock arch of Durdle Door – perfect subjects for great photos! You'll have enough free time to grab lunch (at own expense).
End your first day in the beautiful city of Exeter, your home base for the first two nights. Your guide will show you some restaurants, where you can enjoy your dinner (at own expense).
After breakfast (included), your guide will take you to Dartmoor, a place of myths and legends that has inspired some of the world’s most famous mystery writers, Agatha Christie and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. You'll have enough free time to have lunch (at own expense).
Then visit the hamlet of Postbridge, best known for its ancient clapper bridge. Continue to Tavistock, the lovely hometown of Sir Francis Drake, before heading back to Exeter in the early afternoon to explore the town on your own and have dinner (at own expense). Visit the amazing Norman Cathedral, the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and the University of Exeter.
Day 3 is Cornwall day! After breakfast (included), leave Devon behind and make your way to Cornwall, one of England’s most picturesque regions, full of rocky cliffs, white sandy beaches, mystic moors and lovely woodlands. Visit the civil parish of Launceston, Cornwall's ancient capital, and the nearby Bodmin moor, where your guide will tell you about its mysterious legends.
Throughout the day, see attractions like Golitha Falls, the small St Neats church and Tintagel Castle, the birthplace of the legendary King Arthur, and have enough free time for lunch (at own expense).
End your day in Falmouth, your home base for the next two nights. Your guide will recommend you the best local restaurants, where you can enjoy your dinner (at own expense).
After breakfast (included), visit the island of St Michaels Mount and the Minack Theatre, which is built dramatically into the cliffs. See the parish of Mousehole, the beautiful beaches of Porthcurno and possibly even a pirate of Penzance. You'll have enough free time to grab lunch (at own expense).
Move on to the dramatic coast of Land's End and watch the surfers in St Ives before returning to Falmouth for the evening, where you have dinner (at own expense).
After breakfast (included), spend your last day at the exploring Glastonbury and discover its ancient connections to King Arthur.
You'll have lunch there (at own expense), and return to London in the evening.
One of the best, well organized short tour we have ever taken.
The itinerary was just right, the bus companions all very compatible and enjoyable to be with and Steve the driver/guide did his very best to keep us all happy. He is to be particularly commended.
Finally, the accommodations exceeded our expectations.
A "well done" to all.
Ivor and Roz Glazer
The trip was excellent. Transport was very comfortable, excellent driver/guide. Accommodation was also very good. The group consisted of 12 people in total - a good number to travel with for 5 days. Our guide was truly excellent in meeting everyone's needs, very informative with historical and local facts, interesting and funny without going over the top.
We were very lucky with the weather - dry, warm and sunny most of the time.