3* Pentire Hotel
With stunning coastal views across the Atlantic and a stone's throw from Fistral Beach, you couldn't ask for a better hotel location than here on the Pentire Headland in Newquay. Sandwiched between Britain's most famous surf beach and the serene Gannel Estuary, it's not only perfect for that quintessential seaside break, it's also the ideal Newquay hotel from which to explore Cornwall.
The standard rooms are comfortably furnished and most have a view towards the countryside. The standard rooms are available as twins, doubles or singles. Please note that those on the lower floors may not have a countryside view.
The great location by the coast gives the hotel access to some of the freshest ingredients and finest local producers in the UK.
Lift TV Tea/coffee in room Hairdryer Indoor Swimming pool Spa Gym Restaurant Bar
- 4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
3-course dinner menu
Tea/coffee after dinner
Free use of leisure facilties
Live musical entertainment on 1 night at the hotel
Entrance to the Eden Project
Entrance to the Shipwreck Centre
Entrance to Padstow Museum
- Entry to Prideaux Place
- Entry to the Cyder Museum, Distillery and Cellars at Healey's Cyder Farm
Image © The Eden Project
We arrive at our hotel for dinner.
Eden Project & Charlestown
The Eden Project is our destination this morning. Nestled in a huge crater, massive biomes house the largest rainforest in captivity. In the afternoon we make our way to Charlestown with its unspoilt original Grade II Listed harbour and famous fleet of Square Riggers ships. A popular filming location, the harbour and ships are used in film projects from all over the world and are a particular draw for visitors.
Padstow & Prideaux Place
After breakfast, we make our way to the charming fishing port of Padstow, the perfect destination for food lovers due to its selection of restaurants owned by celebrity chefs such as Rick Stein. In the afternoon, we visit Prideaux Place, a magnificent Elizabethan manor house perched on a hill above Padstow's busy harbour.
Truro & Healy's Cornish Cyder Farm
Today we make our way to Truro, the county town of Cornwall. The stunning Gothic Revival Cathedral is our first port of call with its three soaring spires and beautiful stained-glass windows. In the afternoon we visit the family-run Healey's Cornish Cyder Farm, the largest cider makers in Cornwall, where a range of award winning ciders, wines, spirits and preserves are produced.
We leave our hotel and begin our journey home.