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Play it Forward

Every year we ask our guests to add their steps, to PLAY IT FORWARD and suggest things that fellow travelers could do or see to enhance their Dacey’s tour experience. There are some really great suggestions and I thank all those who submitted their steps!

  1. Do not miss the kitchens at Lanhydrock.

 

  1. Make sure your walking shoes are water-proof.

 

  1. Have a 99 ice-cream in St Ives.

 

  1. Walk as much of Lands’ end as possible.

 

  1. Pack less, too much in your suitcase is frustrating.

 

  1. Admire the stained glass in Truro Cathedral.

 

  1. Walk Marazion’s main street- Lot’s of art collectives and antique shops.

 

  1. Find a spot and lose yourself in the history of Lands Ends.

 

  1. Climb every Hill.

  1. Enjoy a takeaway lunch at the Harbour bay St Ives.
  1. Read up on the history of the area.

 

  1. Visit Salt clothing stores.

 

  1. Visit Kuccia ladies in St Ives- Very Stylish.

 

  1. Expect all weather no matter what time of year.

 

  1. Relax and enjoy the moment.

 

  1. Walk the beaches of St Ives.

 

  1. Have a massage at Tregenna Castle Hotel.

 

  1. Watch the tidal flooding of the causeway St Michael’s Mount.

 

  1. Try the fish Pie at the School House Port Isaac.

 

  1. Read Daphne Du Maurier and Poldark.

 

  1. Spend time in the Longcross gardens.

 

  1. Watch them through the front window making Pasties at Pengenna St Ives.

 

  1. Take a seal island tour from St Ives.

 

  1. Watch the translucent aqua light on St Ives bay in the rain.

 

  1. Try Kelly’s Ice-cream, Amazing!

 

  1. Watch the Amazing tide changes in St Ives.

 

  1. Charlestown- Walk the path of Poldark.

 

  1. Learn that flat paths are never level in Cornwall.

 

  1. Go down onto the beach and paddle or just walk along the shore, it frees your mind!

 

  1. Eat at the Garden café St Michaels mount.

 

  1. Bring less Luggage.

 

  1. Visit Daphne Du Maurier centre Fowey.

 

  1. Visit Leach Pottery St Ives.

 

  1. Eat at the Seafood café St Ives.

 

  1. Eat at the Wreckers restaurant Charlestown.

 

  1. Explore the bakeries for new discoveries.

 

  1. Get up early to see the Sunrise in Charlestown or St Ives.

 

  1. Charlestown walk the coastal path to the coast watch for a chat with the guys volunteering.

 

  1. Look out for local craft fairs when shopping in St Ives.

 

  1. Check out the walled gardens at Tregenna hotel.

 

  1. Visit the Mote House pub in Port Isaac and sit by the fire.

 

  1. Take advantage of all David’s advice then wander off to explore on your own.

 

  1. Bring a rain coat and ignore the weather.

 

  1. Have Chocolate Cornish ice-cream.

 

  1. Visit Madeline’s tea room St Ives.

 

  1. Take all the opportunities.

 

  1. If you look you will see magic.

 

  1. Eat scallops & Mussels Treganne Castle.

 

  1. Have a drink in the Sloop inn St Ives.

 

  1. Look for beach glass St Ives.

 

  1. Eat and drink in the Golden Lion Port Isaac.

 

  1. Pay attention to crossing roads.

 

  1. Take a photo in front of Doc Martins house in Port Isaac.

 

  1. Drink in the view from the top of St Michael’s mount.

 

  1. Sit in a pub a mingle with the friendly locals.

 

  1. Watch a beautiful Cornish sunrise.

 

  1. Wear hiking shoes to St Michael’s mount.

 

  1. Stand on the stage at the Minack theatre.

 

  1. Do not just walk up St Michael’s mount walk around and visit the gardens.

 

  1. Chat with the shopkeepers in the small shops.

 

  1. Visit St Nicholas chapel in St Ives for great views of the Atlantic Ocean.

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  1. Have Cornish Elderflower with a sliced lemon to drink at the Eden project.

 

  1. Attend a performance at the Minack theatre.

 

  1. Drink a Heligan Honey ale.

 

  1. Walk part of the Port Isaac coastal path.

 

  1. Have a drink at the restaurant opposite the Tate gallery in St Ives.

 

  1. Then go down for a paddle in the sea.

 

  1. Try something different each day like cream teas.

 

  1. Come with some background knowledge of Cornwall.

  1. Eat a Pasty, (or several) especially at the Minack.

 

  1. Paddle in Porthcurno.

 

  1. Visit the Barbara Hepworth House St Ives.

 

  1. Check trip Advisor for where to eat in Cornwall/London.

 

  1. Smoked haddock & Poached egg for breakfast Port Isaac hotel

 

  1. Try a Toffee Bun Muffin in Fowey.

 

  1. Try the Mussels by the lifeboat St Ives!!! Heaven.

 

  1. Try everything then nap.

 

  1. Spend time at the old library St Ives.

 

  1. Ignore the weather, just enjoy yourself the sun will come out!!!!

 

  1. Take advantages of the hotel amenities (pool, sauna health club ect)

 

  1. Walk the cliff top at Lands’ End.

 

  1. Fish & Chips and then Ice cream.

 

  1. Have dinner at the Old school house Port Isaac, Wonderful!

 

  1. Enjoy the scenery from the mini-coach.

 

  1. Try to keep up with David on a stroll

 

  1. Enjoy a Cornish Pasty Marazion.

 

  1. Tour the Gardens Lanhydrock.
6 Comments
  1. Great Post!

  2. Included with step 22 should be that Porthcurno Beach is the opinion of some to be one of the most beautiful reclusive beaches in the world. Surrounded quietly by rocky cliffs, a true hidden beauty…And the mystery of the ancient Merry Maids…

  3. I would add:

    Shop for Cornish fashion at Seasalt in St. Ives

    and

    Try Cornish wine.

  4. for play it forward: a great pair of walking shoes, pack very light! so you can easily manage your own suitcase;
    pack shirts that you can rinse out and hang dry overnight; bring a “true” water repellant jacket. leave your worries and cares behind and enjoy every moment. The trip is fantastic.

    Paul and Karen

  5. Watch one season of Doc Martin. You will be able to enjoy Port Isaac all the more. And watch one season of Poldark so you will understand about the dangers of the tin mining industry in the early 1800’s.

  6. It was the best trip ever…enjoyed every minute and I would agree with all of the above! Would like to thank David, Harry and Jim for the super tour..I need to do it again and see more! I would also suggest waterproof shoes of some sort…Mine got so squishy and water was coming out of the sides!

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