At just over two hours from London, the Devon and Cornwall are the jewels in England’s coastal crown. On our walking tours we take advantage of the incredible 630 miles of unbroken coastal footpath, with incredible views around every headland, clifftop and beachfront. Our biking tours trace the converted rail-to-trail tracks and paths that criss-cross this beautiful landscape.
The coast of Devon and Cornwall is steeped in mystery and intrigue, dotted with beautiful coastal towns and villages, it immerses our guests in England’s glorious seascapes. Our guests make lifelong memories on our tours. With our rich and varied culture, stunning views around every corner, and through meeting the humorous, generous and sometimes eccentric locals!
And with a number of iconic places to visit including the seaside famous seaside towns of St Ives (with the new Tate Modern) and the foody heaven of Padstow. Wander along the beautiful North Devon beaches, cycle around the majestic and wild Dartmoor, and explore Plymouth, where the Mayflower set sail for America in 1620. Our guests are charmed by the region each day. Simply put, Devon and Cornwall has something for everyone.
From Tintagel, home to the legendary King Arthur, his knights of the round table, and quite spectacular island castle itself. To the Minack Theatre, carved into the cliffs where guests can watch Shakespeare whilst looking out to sea. New modern-day heroes are also emerging in the form of Ross Polkark and Doc Martin!
Our guests are spoilt for choice, and with wonderful views around every headland. The beaches are unparalleled, with some wonderful names including Woolacombe, Booby’ Bay and Mousehole. These villages are hundreds of years old and set beautifully in the landscape, each with its own identity, full of local charm and great seafood. Get lost in their tiny streets, visit the art galleries and marvel at the houses often clinging to the cliffs!
Our partner hotels vary from famous manor houses on Dartmoor, through to boutique and charming hotels in in the heart of the small villages and inlets throughout the region. Known for wonderful seafood and home to some of the best restaurants in England; from Rick Steins Seafood Restaurant in Padstow to Nathan Outlaw’s in Port Isaac – recently voted as England’s best restaurant.
Experience the beauty of the England’s South West with this iconic tour along rail-to-trail converted tracks, around Dartmoor and North Devon. Cycle into St Ives and Padstow for some of the best seafood you have ever eaten. Immerse yourself in the legends of King Arthur and Ross Poldark atop those Cornish cliffs!
Experience up-close the stunning scenery of England’s South West walking through Dartmoor National Park and the stunning North Devon beaches. Walk along parts of the Cornish coastal path that runs a full 630 miles around Devon and Cornwall, visiting the charming seaside towns of St Ives and Padstow. Immerse yourself in the legends of King Arthur and Ross Poldark along the cornish coast!