From London: M25, M4, M3 and A30.
From Midlands: M5 and A30.
From South East: A303, A30.

All routes converge at Exeter. At Junction 31 of the M5, follow signs to Bodmin and Okehampton, A30. Nearing Bodmin (A389) take the exit signposted Lostwithiel A390. Turn left at large the large Vauxhall Dealership (West End Motors), left at the T junction, then left at the first roundabout, finally take the 3rd exit at the next larger roundabout. This will take you past NT Lanhydrock House & Carpark, and at the next mini roundabout take the first left. After a couple of miles you will come to the village of Sweetshouse, our advice is not to follow SatNav and continue for a further two miles when you will come to a T junction with the A390 (next to the Vets on your righthand side). Please turn left here, follow down the hill into Lostwithiel and you will see our Hotel directly in front of you, we have 2 Car Parks behind the Hotel

For Sat Nav and AA Route Planner our postcode is: PL22 0DD

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Trains regularly stop at Lostwithiel which is on the main London to Penzance line.
The Hotel is about a 5-10 minute walk from Lostwithiel station and the most direct route will take you through the centre of the picturesque town.


Newquay Cornwall Airport is Cornwall's main airport, and is very handy as a gateway to Cornwall. You'll find a three-times-daily link from London Gatwick to Newquay, plus less frequent flights to Newquay from Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Belfast and Southend.
Public Transport Guide

The Cornwall Public Transport Guide is designed to provide full timetable information on all bus services operating in Cornwall, as well as information on rail, coach, air and ferry services. Please visit the site to discover all the information you are looking for.

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