Celtic Magazine Feature

Daceys Cornish Tours has been featured in the latest Celtic Magazine edition, you can view and read the full edition here. You’ll find our feature on pages 6 & 7, or view our feature directly below:

Doc Martin

Doc Martin

Number 4 of the 5 step program to achieve Dacey’s Cornish tours enlightenment is more of a prerequisite. For most people who take a Dacey’s tour, step 4 has already played a part in bringing us together but for some it needs to be supplemented before departure

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Minack Theatre

Minack Theatre

Number three on the five-step program to complete Cornish enlightenment is a visit to the Minack Theatre. In the winter and spring of 1932, the visionary Miss Rowena Cade—with the aid of her gardener, Billy Rawlings, and his mate, Charles Angove—cut out the granite steps by hand,

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Paddling

Paddling

Number two on the Dacey’s Cornish tours list of things to do is to paddle in the ocean—and no, it has nothing to do with kayaking. The definition of “paddle” as supplied by The Oxford English dictionary is as follows: “If you paddle, you walk or stand

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The 99 Ice Cream

The 99 Ice Cream

The 99 ice-cream is synonymous with the English seaside and the first of the five things that MUST be completed and enjoyed whilst on  Dacey’s Cornish tours. As the song goes “only the flakiest crumbliest chocolate tasted like chocolate as never tasted before”  Anyone who grew up

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Seven Things About Cornwall

Seven Things About Cornwall

There is a slightly different style to this month’s blog. Instead of laying my heart bare and reciting a story as regards to my attachment to Cornwall, my love for that enchanting land and what it means to me, after careful deliberation I have decided to list

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The A30

The A30

The A30 is the road to paradise, otherwise known as the link to the South West. It spans a total of 284 miles from London all the way to Lands End. Of all the roads I have traveled, Route 66, Highway 101, and the endless road of

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