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You can’t help but fall in love with the Celtic county of Cornwall and the beautiful county of Devon. These popular regions are situated at the western extremity of England and are home to rugged coastlines, breath-taking scenery, historic fishing and rural villages, medieval myths and legends, wonderful cuisine and welcoming, friendly locals.

Duration: 27 days

Holiday Type:
Independent Motorhome Tours

Departure dates:

  • Year round from $5,695  per person
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  • Explore the great City of London
  • Visit the ancient Roman city of Bath
  • Stunning rural and coastal towns of Dorset and Devon
  • Picturesque and historic fishing villages of Cornwall
  • Enjoy The English Riviera
  • Discover Dorset’s Jurassic Coast
  • Stay in Swanage on the Isle of Purbeck
  • The historic Cathedral city of Winchester
  • Leisurely holiday with multi-night stopovers
  • A fully flexible itinerary that can be changed and tailormade just for you

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What's Included

  • Airport Transfers on arrival & departure and to the Motorhome depot
  • 3 nights hotel accommodation in Kensington with breakfasts included
  • 1 night airport hotel accommodation with breakfasts included
  • 23 days Motorhome hire including unlimited kms, vehicle insurance (nil excess), Wi-fi & Sat Nav
  • 22 nights pre-booked, powered Campsites
  • Hop-On, Hop-Off bus tours of London
  • Entry to the Roman Baths in historic Bath


Distance: 185km (115miles)

After breakfast, transfer to the depot to collect your motorhome. From here, it’s a relatively short drive to the historic city of Bath. There are many great places to stop and visit along the way, among them the charming and beautiful Lacock Abbey and Village, England’s most filmed village, having appeared in Downton Abbey, Pride & Prejudice and the Harry Potter films. Enjoy a fee day to explore this World Heritage site famed for its splendid Roman Spa and amazing Georgian architecture. Entry into the city’s ancient Roman Baths, built in 75AD as a religious spa complex, is included.

Distance: 365km (227miles)

Continue your journey through the West Country, travelling to the charming historic centre of Frome with its regular markets every Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday. Nearby is Longleat House in Warminster, one of the great houses of England and widely regarded as one of the best examples of Elizabethan architecture in Britain. Drive on to Minehead, a bustling seaside town on the edge of Exmoor National Park and visit the picturesque village of Allerford with its historic Pack Horse Bridge. Travel through the towns of Porlock and Lynton as you make your way to the pretty harbour town and seaside resort of Ilfracombe.

Distance: 130km (81miles)

We recommend stopping at the picturesque and ancient fishing village of Clovelly. Set into a steep hillside, its cobbled, traffic-free high street winds its way down the hill through traditional 16th century whitewashed cottages to the harbour with its 14th century quay. Later, continue on to Tintagel for a three- night stay and immerse yourself in the history, myths and stunning scenery at Tintagel Castle. Over the next two days, be sure to visit the nearby picturesque fishing village of Port Isaac, perhaps better known as Port Wenn, the location used for the filming of the popular television series, ‘Doc Martin’. A short distance from here is the village of Rock, popular with the rich and famous. From here, you can travel by ferry across the Camel River to Padstow, the home of celebrity chef Rick Stein. This charming, working fishing port is surrounded by glorious beaches and excellent coastal walks.

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Distance: 90km (56miles)

Our suggested route will take you to Watergate Bay, a spectacular two-mile surfing beach located close to the town of Newquay, and a great place to stop for coffee or enjoy lunch whilst watching the surfers below. A few miles south of Newquay is the popular seaside resort town of Perranporth, with its golden sands washed by the Atlantic Ocean. Your campsite for the next four nights is Trevedra Farm located near Penzance, with dramatic sea views overlooking Land's End and the Isles of Scilly. Local buses can provide you with a great way to see some lovely local villages and we suggest exploring the nearby towns of St Ives, Porthcurno, Mousehole, Marazion (St Michaels Mount) & Porthleven.

Distance: 72km (45miles)

As you make your way to the Roseland Peninsula, be sure to stop in Truro, the UK’s most southern city. Truro’s heritage is as a market town dates back over 800 years. From here, it is a short drive to Merrose Farm campsite near the pretty village of St Mawes. Enjoy 3 full days to explore the local surrounds. Visit nearby coastal towns and travel by ferry from St Mawes across the River Fal to Falmouth, home to the world’s third largest natural harbour. Take time to enjoy the many wonderful beaches and scenic coastal walks in the area. Other attractions include Pencarrow House, The Lost Gardens of Heligan and the world-famous Eden Project, a dramatic global garden housed in tropical biomes that nestle in a crater the size of 30 football pitches.

Distance: 140km (87miles)

The English Riviera is a 22-mile stretch of outstanding South Devon coastline consisting of seaside resorts, rocky coves, picturesque villages and is known for its warm weather. The Torbay area has a rich maritime and cultural heritage, and you’ll find plenty of award-winning restaurants across the region. Your stay for the next two nights is located close to Dartmouth, an enchanting town situated on the River Dart, boasting charming historic streets and surrounded by beautiful Devon countryside.

Distance: 200km (124miles)

The next region you will visit is Dorset’s Jurassic Coast, famed for its many fossils and picturesque geographic features. Enjoy an overnight stay near Lyme Regis and explore the local surrounds. The nearby coastal town of West Bay is renowned for its striking sandstone sea cliffs and boasts a pretty fishing harbour and two great beaches. It was the location for the hit TV series ‘Broadchurch’. Enjoy two nights near the coastal town of Swanage on the Isle of Purbeck. Your campsite is an ideal base to enjoy coastal walks to the sandy beaches of Swanage and Studland Bay and is situated just a few minutes walk away from the magnificent Swanage Railway where you have the opportunity to ride on heritage steam and diesel trains to the town centre and the attractive Corfe Castle village.

Distance: 148km (92miles)

If time permits, you may wish to travel across Salisbury Plain to visit Stonehenge. Take in the unforgettable atmosphere of Europe’s best known pre-historic monument which dates back 5,000 or more years. Your next stay is in one of England’s finest historical cities, Winchester. This unspoilt cathedral city sits on the edge of the rolling South Downs National Park and was once England’s ancient capital and former seat of King Alfred the Great.

Distance: 109km (68miles)

Return your motorhome today and transfer from the depot to your airport hotel. Time to relax and unwind before joining your flight the next day to your onward destination.

Additional Information

Price per person is based on two people sharing, prices for solo travellers are available on request.

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Available Vehicles

You have a choice of motorhomes for this tour. The prices displayed are based on the Select 122 model or you can upgrade to other motorhomes for an additional cost. Click on the images for more details and specifications of each motorhome.