Monday 19th: We depart during the morning and travel south arriving at our hotel for a Cornish cream tea. Enjoy a glass of Cornish cider before dinner
Tuesday 20th: This morning is free in Newquay. This afternoon we travel to Skinners Brewery. In 1997, armed only with his own surname, a chap called Steve Skinner dreamed of setting up a community brewery in Cornwall. On the banks of the Truro River, he and his family brewed a ground-breaking golden ale and named it after the tin-mining faeries of local myth. With Cornish Knocker, Steve set out his stall for concocting trailblazing ales, following it with another legendary brew, a brazen Cornish bitter called Betty Stogs, which CAMRA named Britain’s best bitter. Your dinner this evening will be with a Cornish twist.
Wednesday 21st: A full day at the Eden Project, an exciting attraction where you can explore your relationship with nature, learn new things and get inspiration about the world around you. Dinner this evening will be a traditional fish and chip supper.
Thursday 22nd: Morning visit to Truro, the retail centre of Cornwall and boasts an enviable range of independent shops and multiples. In a compact city centre, this strong and diverse mix is unique. Its intriguing and eclectic offer of art galleries, bars, restaurants, the Hall for Cornwall, Truro Cathedral and the Royal Cornwall Museum make it a year round destination. This afternoon we visit the Cornish Cyder Farm for a tour and tasting. Whether its picturing yourself pulping apples with the collection of historic cyder presses, riding through our orchards to see the fruit that is used weaving across the barrel-lined cellars, you’ll be amazed at what goes into everything that is made. This evening enjoy a 5 course taster menu sampling some of the best seafood Cornwall has to offer with a glass of Camel Valley’s sparkling wine.
Friday 23rd: Sadly after breakfast we bid farewell to Newquay and begin our journey home.