5 days £450
Thu 7th - Mon 11th April 2022
Single Supplement £135

The rural vista and former tin mines of the Lands End peninsular offer visitors an unspoilt landscape that has barely changed for centuries. St Just is Britain's most westerly town and is also one of only two towns that are within Cornwall's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Our base for 4 nights dinner, bed and breakfast is at the Commercial Hotel, a traditional Cornish inn at the centre of the small, quiet town. Its remote location offers easy access to the South West Coastal Path, offering fantastic views across the dramatic shoreline of the Land's End peninsular. All rooms are en-suite, have television, hair dryer and tea/coffee making facilities. There is not a lift. 

Provisional Itinerary:

Day 1: Early morning departure form the West Midlands. We make two stops on the journey down - one mid-morning and one for lunchtime before arriving at our hotel late-afternoon.

Day 2: A leisurely excursion to village of Lizard where you will have an opportunity to take a walk to Lizard Point. We then continue to Falmouth.

Day 3: Full day excursion. A slow journey along the scenic Tin Coast road to St Ives.

Day 4: Morning excursion to Land's End. Afternoon at leisure.

Day 5: We return to the West Midlands after a leisurely breakfast.