There are few better places to enjoy the last dash of autumn than Sidmouth and fewer places that capture changing times better than Plymouth with its fascinating history and tales of trade that have been responsible for a fair few pickles around the world.
Plymouths harbour has a lot to answer for, attracting merchants from around the world with their goods for trade, and offering home to the Royal Naval fleet.
Traders brought their cargo ashore, including vital ingredients for making one of the most famous drinks in the world. Gin.
Even Dartmoor has a part to play in the gin story, as its peaty soil and granite rock form a great filtration system to purify water, that gets distilled with ingredients a couple of miles away.
Well travel over Dartmoor National Park to take in some beautiful scenery as well as to see where the gin process starts, and well take a tour of Plymouth Gin to learn how this magical liquid gets processed.
The warm red cliffs of Sidmouth for a backdrop, a spot of sightseeing at Tavistock, and before you know it, five days have flown by on this intoxicating late season tour.
Entrance to Plymouth Gin and time at leisure in Plymouth.
Day at leisure in Sidmouth.
Excursions as detailed.
4 nights hotel stay on half board.
Dinner will be 5 courses including coffee.
Situated in 5 acres of landscaped gardens on Sidmouths picturesque esplanade, this hotel has panoramic views, luxurious décor, and an excellent reputation.
First class service, hospitality, and a fantastic range of leisure facilities including a putting green and swimming pool will enhance your enjoyment. The hotel has a lift.
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