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Day 1:  Arrive Padstow

• 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. 


Day 2: Padstow Brewing Company 

• Full-day brewery experience (tasting and tour) of Padstow Brewing Company.

• Optional walk along the coast to Trevose Head.


Day 3: Crantock to Perranporth

• Take a taxi from Padstow to Crantock and walk to Perranporth along the coastal trail.

• Visit Black Flag Brewery in Perranporth.

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Day 4: Walking the Coast Path

• Head along the Coast Path from Perranporth to St Agnes, stopping at Driftwood Spars Brewery Shop in St. Agnes for a tour and tasting


Day 5: Transfer to St. Ives

• Transfer to St. Ives.

• Today visit St Ives Brewery and the town of St. Ives with its numerous galleries and restaurants.


Day 6:  Coast Cliff walk to Pub

• 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. 


Day 7:  Marizion and St. Michael’s Mount

• 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.


Day 8: Marizion to Porthleven

• 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. 


Day 9: Porthleven to Helston via Loe Bar

• 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. 


Day 10: Porthleven – The Lizard

• 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!). 


Day 11:  Lizard to Falmouth

• 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

, Falmouth

Day 12:  Falmouth

• 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. 


Day 13: Transfer to London

• End of tour and train transfer from Falmouth to London via Truro. 

Falmouth, London

Day 14: Food market and city tour guide

• 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


Day 15: Museums and beer & crisp pairing

• 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!!)


Day 16: More of London

• 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. 


Day 17: Food market and brewery

• 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. 


Day 18: Street art and home made food

• 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! 


Day 19: Last day!

• 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!

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Price details

This tour idea is fully customizable

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.

SeasonPrice 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

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  • Meals and beverages not indicated
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  • Service gratuities
  • Visa fees
  • Travel insurance
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