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Hotel

3* Lanhydrock Hotel and Golf Club

The acclaimed Lanhydrock Hotel and Golf Club is a hotel in Cornwall, located on the outskirts of the historic town of Bodmin in the heart of the county. Lanhydrock is only one hour’s drive from Exeter and boasts one of the finest golf courses in Cornwall along with a brand-new purpose-built Fitness Suite. The hotel is a stone’s throw from the Eden Project and within easy driving distance of the coast, moor and several great Cornwall attractions.

• Lift • Hairdryer • HD flat screen TV • Complimentary Wi-Fi access • Use of the Fitness Suite • Bar • Restaurant • Discounted Green Fees • Tea/coffee making facilities • Iron and Trouser Press • Ground Floor Rooms • Air-Conditioning •

Price Includes

  • 4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast

  • Welcome tea/coffee on arrival

  • 3-course menu with 3 choices per course

  • Tea/coffee after dinner

  • Entrance to Lanhydrock House & Gardens

  • Entrance to the Cornwall Spring Flower Show

  • Entrance to Pencarrow House & Garden

  • Porterage

Tour Itinerary
Day 1

We depart from home and head west to our hotel.

Day 2

Lanhydrock House & Gardens
The National Trust's late Victorian country house is set out to reflect the heyday of the Agar-Robartes family, who lived a wealthy but unpretentious existence tucked away in this quiet corner of Cornwall. There are extensive gardens to explore including a network of woodland, parkland and riverside paths - and it's just next door!

Day 3

Cornwall Spring Flower Show
Stunning Show Gardens, a Growing the Future marquee and exquisite botanical art from the Eden Project's Florilegium Society are just some of the engaging new features of the Cornwall Garden Society's Spring Flower Show to be staged at The Royal Cornwall Showground near Wadebridge on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th March 2021. "An abundance of dazzling daffodils, magnificent magnolias, captivating camellias and resplendent rhododendrons in the Competitive Classes, and more than 130 specialist nurseries and traders in the Plant Pavilion and Horticultural Heaven are just the thing to banish the dreary days of winter and herald the zing of spring," says Show Director, Dickie Trant.

Day 4

Pencarrow House & Garden
Still a family home, Pencarrow is a resplendent predominantly Georgian house, whose name means 'head of the valley' or 'high fort' in Cornish. Located just 20 minutes from the hotel, take a tour of the house and visit over 50 acres of gardens and grounds

Day 5

Day 5 - We depart after breakfast and make our way back home.

Please note: attractions are subject to change due to availability and time of year.

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