By Road:

Travel to Exeter on M30, A303,  M4 or M5.

It is probably then easiest to join the A38 to Plymouth.  Stay on the A38 bypassing Plymouth and crossing the Tamar Bridge.  Remain on the A38 past Liskeard (you can stock up on groceries at Morrisons just by the A390 turn for Liskeard).  Alternatively, have your groceries waiting for you from food4myholiday.com.

2-3 miles after Liskeard, you reach a roundabout. Take the A390 towards St.  Austell and East Taphouse.

After you pass the petrol station in East Taphouse, turn left onto the B3359 towards Looe and Polperro.

Lanreath village can be found after about 5 miles - take the first right turn after the Bodinnick, Polruan and Lerryn turn.

Detailed directions for finding the Old Rectory  once you reach Lanreath will be sent after your reservation has been confirmed.

By Rail:

For National Rail Enquiries, call 08457  48 49 50.
Booking tickets by 'phone - call 08457 00 01 25 or visit www.thetrainline.com

Train operators into the south-west are:

Virgin Trains 0345 22 23 33
from Birmingham, Bristol, Northern England and Scotland.

First Great Western 08457 00 01 25
from London (Paddington), South Wales, Cotswolds and the West Country.

Wales and West Passenger Trains 08709 00 07 73.
from Manchester, Birmingham, Bath, Swindon and Cardiff via Bristol.

By Air:

Ryanair www.ryanair.com

BmiBaby www.bmibaby.com

Air Wales www.airwales.co.uk

Air South West www.airsouthwest.com

Exeter International Airport www.exeter-airport.co.uk

Bristol International Airport www.bristolairport.co.uk

By Coach:

National Express operates express coach services to Plymouth, Liskeard and Bodmin from departure points all over Britain, including airports. These include a regular service from London Victoria and Heathrow Airport. Call 08705 80 80 80.

Further information about travel to Cornwall can also be obtained from the Cornwall Tourist Board website. www.cornwalltouristboard.co.uk

Map of Cornwall

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