How to Travel To Cornwall
So, travel to Cornwall has never been more straightforward or enjoyable – however you arrive. The A30 route through Cornwall is faster and more straightforward than ever before, flights leave London Heathrow up to four times a day. Or you can take the train direct from London Paddington, Taunton or Exeter.
Cornwall by Car
A road-trip to Cornwall is always a popular choice and it takes in beautiful country views across the South West. Tregongeeves is close to St Austell and a short drive up a sweeping lane from the A390.
It’s worth the journey here to have the freedom and flexibility of your own wheels once you arrive. Just make sure you pack a picnic and have a game of I-Spy at the ready if you have younger travellers.
Travel to Cornwall by Train
Tregongeeves Farm is close to buses and trains. A car-free holiday is really straightforward as there are direct links from London Paddington. Book tickets in advance and look here for deals. Of course, you could take a coach for a budget option but this will take a long time…
London Heathrow to Cornwall
You can also fly to Newquay Airport from many airports around the UK. And new for 2019 is a direct flight to London Heathrow. If you’re visiting for a long weekend or from overseas this is a brilliant option, especially if you arrange car hire before you leave.
A travel to Cornwall hack: Is there anything more exciting than taking a night train? The Night Riviera Sleeper is an overnight train from London Paddington. Leave London at 22.30 (Mon-Fri) and arrive in St Austell at 7:15 – perfect for a weekend visit, Tregongeeves is a short taxi ride from the station.
Arrive and Revive
We can’t guarantee the perfect, trouble-free journey. But we promise to offer you that holiday feeling from the moment you arrive. We go the extra mile to make sure all our guests have a wonderful stay. Read what our guests say about our welcome here.