March Newsletter

 Welcome to the March Newsletter
  The countdown begins…. After two very long years without a tour to Cornwall, we are set to go! Dacey’s Cornish tours is ready to welcome our first guests in London on May 8th. Only 56 days to go.
Some of you have been re-booked more times than I care to mention. You have been patient beyond belief. I thank you for sticking with it and now the time has come get all in order. I am sure for many this is the first overseas trip since it all began!!! The wait is nearly over, so it is time to pull that suitcase out, dust it down and start getting packed!
 I would advise everyone who is getting ready to enjoy the delights of Cornwall, to check out our Play it Forward list. It feels great to be able to ask guests to look at the list knowing their DCT trip is just around the corner.  These tips that we have compiled over the years are from guests who took a Dacey’s Cornish tour. There are some great insights, and it is certainly worth reading through. Dare I say it, this will be one of the most informative articles you will find about Cornwall anywhere!
Click on the link: https://www.daceyscornishtours.com/play-it-forward/
For those wishing to turn their Cornish dream into a reality it is not too late: we have a few spaces left on our 2022 departures. So do not delay, click on the link and make it happen…
https://www.daceyscornishtours.com/book/
If you listen carefully, can you hear that sound???????? I am sure you can, I do believe it’s the sound of Cornwall calling…
King Arthurs castle new for 2022

Spring In Cornwall

Spring In Cornwall

Over the course of the last few weeks, many prospective travelers have asked me what springtime is like in Cornwall. Here’s my answer. Spring comes earlier to Cornwall than the rest of England, due to the Gulf Stream. Cornwall comes alive with spring; it’s not just the gardens

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Joan’s Story

We were having a big family get-together for Easter lunch at our house. The day before, I was doing some house cleaning and sprucing up. We had a tired-looking framed print in our kitchen that had been there for years and it was even missing the glass

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A writer takes her pen

A Writer Takes her Pen To Write the Words Again By LeAnn Morgan This morning the divorce finally went through.  It had been four months since Rowena’s husband came to their bed late one night and said he was going out to meet some friends.  He never

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Lanhydrock – Another World

Lanhydrock – Another World

Now a salute to one of my favorite places, one not yet featured in Dacey newsletters. Lanhydrock, a National Trust administered estate and 17th century home, gives history buffs and Downton Abbey fans a chance to wander through the home and grounds of a real family who

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A Mini History of Cornwall

A MINI HISTORY OF CORNWALL A PRELUDE TO A BOOK ABOUT PATRON SAINTS OF THE SEVEN CELITC NATIONS from Mary J. Kunert Cornwall is a peninsula, the southern tip of the Island of Great Britain. A ceremonial county since 1997 and unitary authority since 1992 of England

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London

This month I have been focused on picking my five favourite things to do in London, which has not been a easy task. There is so much to choose from that my mind has been flipping from one place to another, thinking that this place needs to

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St Michael’s Mount

St Michael’s Mount By Diane Harrison, Chesterfield, MO My June vacation in Cornwall with Dacey’s Cornish Tours ended several weeks ago, and I’m reflecting back on my journey with memories of the beautiful scenery, blooming flowers and friendly people that characterize this region of southwest England. Cornwall

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10 ways you know you are in Cornwall

1) You don’t watch the weather forecast; you just look out the window. 2) You don’t need to identify a pasty as Cornish… (The Pasty Shop photos are at London’s Kings Cross Train Station) 3) A sign reads “Tour of Fowey is 11 o’clock — ish”. 4) Country roads feel like tunnels missing their

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