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Private Tour of Doc Martin and Poldark Locations
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Private Tour of Doc Martin and Poldark Locations

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Follow the trail of TV dramas 'Doc Martin' and 'Poldark' on this private 2-day trip from London or selected other cities, without transport worries. Both series are filmed in north Cornwall: difficult to explore without a car. Explore 'Doc Martin' locations on one day, and 'Poldark' settings the next; all with behind-the-scenes insights and background from your guide. Hotel pickup and drop-off included; overnight Cornwall accommodation at your expense.
$965.95 per adult
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Colin C wrote a review Oct 2019
33 contributions8 helpful votes
What a hidden treasure the airfield is.Tucked away off the main roads but clearly signposted. We took a trip to look at the airfield and aircraft and was surprised to see how many activities actually take place there.Tiny but really good Cafe dispenses hot drinks and food and there are many places to sit and view the aircraft taking off and landing. There is a memorial to the RAF Squadrons stationed there during the war and the whole place has that real old seat of the pants flying atmosphere from an earlier era. If you get the chance visit for a while and enjoy the bustle of the activities.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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BoarderCornwall wrote a review Jun 2019
Cornwall8 contributions2 helpful votes
Lovely site with great views of the Airfield . Well maintained site. The cafe is great, the staff are very accommodating. The cafe has limited seating, however we will certainly try to visit this summer with the family. We never knew that this fantastic facility was on our doorstep!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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HelenaWashington wrote a review Apr 2019
March, United Kingdom100 contributions26 helpful votes
Sharing this visit is wonderful glimpse into genuine WWII airfield which was much in use during that war, and can bring it to life, and an emotional experience for families, especially the children. It was a real part of the trauma of fighting with aircraft!
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Date of experience: April 2019
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YoungBat wrote a review Apr 2019
London, United Kingdom23 contributions3 helpful votes
Not everyone would be impressed by the old airfield, but I found it a moving place - so many strong emotions, such a mixed group of men from so many places, and so many who did not return. There is a moving little war memorial to them all.Cafe in the old air control tower serves basic refreshments. The airfield will become even more of an Activity Centre soon.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Phil S wrote a review Aug 2018
Wiltshire, United Kingdom34 contributions14 helpful votes
The airfield has a small cafe offering hot food. I fly my aircraft in here several times each year when visiting the local area. Lovely location.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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