Enjoy your first of many traditional English Breakfasts before checking out of the Crown Plaza Resort and boarding your private air-conditioned coach to the Wiltshire Village of Avebury. Avebury is home to the largest prehistoric stone circle in Britain and the most popular megalithic site after Stonehenge. The ditch and stone circles of Avebury were constructed between 2600 and 2400 BC, supposedly around the same time as the first phase of Stonehenge. This extraordinary assemblage of sites formed a huge ‘sacred landscape’, whose use and purpose can still only be guessed at. There’s an intimate relationship between the earth force and the stones coming from the Neolithic times to the Medieval Masons and Knights Templars.
After touring the Village and Avebury henge, you’ll also spend some time at the Tolkien Trees. These trees are a phenomena all their own. It is said that while Tolkien sat under these trees, he channeled much wisdom and ancient historical information of times long ago. It was here that he received the information that inspired The Lord of the Rings. You will quickly learn how magical these trees are when you make a connection with your third eye. Multitudes of information will come forth and awaken you.
Relax and enjoy lunch in the gardens of the National Trust Tea Room, then board your coach heading for the Diamond Jewel of Cornwall, the Camelot Castle Hotel in Tintagel. Legendary birthplace of King Arthur, this stunning Castle Hotel has priceless views of the Cornish coastline and is surrounded by endless crystal clear sea and sandy beach. For two nights enjoy this breathtaking view from what’s considered to be one of the most romantic castles in the world.
Finish your evening with dinner overlooking the sea at the infamous Irina’s Restaurant. From the Castle’s Terrace, enjoy superb freshly cooked food made using local produce while enjoying the equally excellent panoramic views over Tintagel castle. After a nightcap, prepare for a wonderful night’s sleep and snuggle yourself into your ‘fit for royalty’ ornately hand-carved four poster wooden bed.
Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner