Take the M5 to Exeter, then the A30 to Indian Queens A30 Junction on to A39 to A392. Turn right on to the A392 Newquay road.
At Quintrell Downs, go straight across at the roundabout, then take the second turning on the left signposted to 'Riverside.' Go past the Lane Theatre and turn right at the crossroads. Go past Riverside and continue for 500 yards. Our entrance is located next to the big pine tree.
Note to Sat Nav users. After going through Quintrell Downs, please make sure you do not take the first left before the Hendra Holiday Park. You need to take the first left after Hendra. The first left road is a very tight and winding road.
Daily flights in to Newquay Airport are now available on several of the budget airlines from locations all over the UK including Heathrow and Manchester.
The M4, M5 and M6 motorways have made travel to Cornwall simple and straightforward. Within Cornwall itself, the two major inbound routes are the A30 and A38. The easiest route into Cornwall and to Newquay is to join the M5 which will take you to Exeter. From Exeter take the A30 into Cornwall.
There are daily coaches from London and additional National Express services which provide connections throughout the country to Newquay.
Contact National Express or Traveline South West for more details.
Every Saturday in summer there are fast, direct services to Newquay from London, the Midlands, the North and Scotland, supplemented by a regional service with excellent connections from Par using Virgin, First Great Western or Wales and West Trains for more details.