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Paul from Walk It Cornwall has just popped by and told us about his new day tours of the Lizard Peninsula and the Helford River. They take place almost every Tuesday 9.30am to 3.30pm.
Simon and I are really pleased to hear that he’s now offering one day guided walks in addition to his week long holidays. So many of our guests arrive by train and then spend a large proportion of time on public transport, or have hired a car that they don’t really fancy driving round skinny little lanes, or worse still don’t really know exactly where to go so only hit the most touristy spots. Having Paul do all the organising will be brilliant.
The trouble is I now have to sell you in and here’s where I’m having trouble. There is so much to tell and also I can’t talk about Paul and his holidays without going totally over the top. Who wants to hear such gushing that it sounds like I’m just recommending my best mate’s new venture or being so factual that you may think I hardly know him at all and I’m just filling up our website with content. So how do I strike the right balance? I’ve decided to do a little of both. Facts and fluffy stuff.
• Day tour of the Lizard Peninsula and the Helford River “Taking you to the unique places you’d never find with stories you’ve never heard”.
• Tuesdays 9.30am – 3.30pm.
• Door to door pick up and drop off
• £35.00 per person
• Tea & coffee on board
• 8 spaces available – minimum of 4
• Booking essential and you must be a guest of Highcliffe
• Best viewpoints plus a little walking involved: Kynance Cove, Roskilly’s Ice Cream, Anne’s Pasties, Southernmost Point, Porthleven, Poldhu Cove, Helford River, Mullion Cove, Cadgwith, Falmouth, St Keverne & Coverack