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• Check-in to your hotel upon arrival in Padstow! Arrive and spend your first night in Padstow.
• Depending on time, visit Sharp’s Brewery for an afternoon tour.
• Full-day brewery experience (tasting and tour) of Padstow Brewing Company.
• Optional walk along the coast to Trevose Head.
• Take a taxi from Padstow to Crantock and walk to Perranporth along the coastal trail.
• Visit Black Flag Brewery in Perranporth.
• Head along the Coast Path from Perranporth to St Agnes, stopping at Driftwood Spars Brewery Shop in St. Agnes for a tour and tasting.
• Transfer to St. Ives.
• Today visit St Ives Brewery and the town of St. Ives with its numerous galleries and restaurants.
• Walk the Zennor, famous for its local pub serving Coast Path to the historic coastal town of Zennor, famous for its local pub serving a wide variety of local ales.
• Transfer back to St. Ives.
• Transfer to Marizion and walk to the stunning St. Michael’s Mount just off the coast (and preferably at low tide).
• Option for a taxi to Cornish Crown Brewery or Penzance Brewing Company or enjoy the pub atmosphere in Marazion.
• A day walking on the Coast Path ending in the harbour village of Porthleven, a chance to sample St Austell Brewery ales in the Harbour Inn or some more local ales in The Ship Inn.
• A perfect stopping point for both beers and food.
• Walk along the cliffs to Loe Bar then inland through Penrose Estate to Helston, where you can sample Spingo at The Blue Anchor, one of the oldest breweries in Cornwall.
• Taxi or public transport back to Porthleven for another night.
• Walk a stunning section of the coastal path from Porthleven to The Lizard, a world-renowned local beer shop The Lizard.
• Potential visit to Lizard Ales Brewery (pending response from brewmaster as it’s not normally open to the public!).
• Transfer to Falmouth to begin rest days in the Falmouth area.
• Option to visit the Verdant tasting roomThe Seafood Bar.
• Enjoy some history and the coastal views from Pendennis Castle.
• A day to explore Falmouth, perhaps a trip on the ferries across the harbor mouth over to St
Mawes for lunch.
• Alternatively, you can walk along the coast path back to Mawnan Smith with bus service or taxi to bring you back to Falmouth.
• Other nearby breweries include Woodman’s Wild Ale for which private tours (plus a forgery walk with Stuart Woodman) can be arranged.
• End of tour and train transfer from Falmouth to London via Truro.
• Head to London Bridge for a later morning wander through Borough Market, London’s famous food market.
• Meet your local guide for a tour of the London Bridge and Borough neighborhoods run by an organization that helps get homeless people off the streets.
• Option to visit The Rake, nearby pub with over 160 beers available.
• Head to central London to visit the London Transport Museum, a history of travel around the metro area from trams to the tube – a highly underrated museum that is worth a visit!
• Walk north to continue with the museum theme but to the Wellcome Collection, a quirky collection of science, art, and life-themed pieces.
• Hop on the tube to Kentish Town to meet your local guide for a beer and crisp pairing experience at a nearby pub (trust us, this sounds odd but the tour guide is great and you’d be surprised by the pairings!!)
• Head to Howling Hops in Hackney for an optional tour of their brewery.
• Have lunch at nearby Crate Brewery known for the delicious pizza.
• Walk 10 minutes to Cubs game at London Stadium for 15:00 pm game.
• Take the tube to London Bridge and head to one of London’s off-the-beaten-path food markets, Maltby Street Market, for late breakfast or lunch. Come hungry!
• Head to the nearby Hiver Brewery for a 3-hour tour of their apiary, brewery, and learn about the brew-making process of their unique beer flavored with their own urban honeybees.
• Enjoy a free morning to heading to Shoreditch in London’s East End.
• Meet your local guide for a free tour of some colorful street art, including famous Banksy works of art.
Hop on the tube and enjoy a homecooked, seasonal British meal with a local couple that specializes in authentic British cooking right in their home. A truly unique opportunity!
• One of London’s most famous and under-the-radar sights is the historic canals that traverse the city.
• Once used to transport goods from the Thames wharves, they are now fronted by paths, restaurants, bars, and offers a great way to see how locals live and enjoy some green space.
• An optional tour is available from King’s Cross or use our self-guided tour!
• Transfer to the airport!
The price reflects this specific itinerary and is designed to give you an idea of the budget required for this destination. Throughout the trip-planning process, our local agency will tailor your itinerary around your budget.
|Season||Price Per Adult|
Average trip price
|From May to June||$4,150|
*Does not include accommodation in London **May change depending on train times and availability at time of booking