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How to get there
Nearest travel links
|Airport||Newquay Cornwall 32 km|
|Train station||Bodmin Parkway 16 km|
Activities near Wadebridge
|Sports||Horse riding, Fishing|
|Great for||Walking holidays, Rural or countryside holidays, Beach or lakeside relaxation, Cycling holidays|
How to get there
From M5 Junction 31 the A30 continues westbound for over 60 miles as a dual carriage way. Just after the dualling stops the road passes within 3 miles of Colesent. The following instructions describe the route from the A30 to Colesent.
You need to take the THIRD right hand turn after the dual carriage way stops. (You will know you are within 3 or 4 miles of the end of the dual carriage way when you pass the signs for "Jamaica Inn Museums")
The right turn is signposted "Blisland" and "St Breward". You come upon the turning quite quickly over the brow of a hill - so be prepared (There is a centre turning lane to use).
After turning right you are will come to a crossroads in about 1/2 a mile. Its a bit staggered but go straight across - sign posted St Mabyn. IGNORE ANY FURTHER SIGNS FOR ST MABYN!
Now you just have to follow this road for about 2.0 miles and you will come to our drive. It's very much a Cornish country lane and therefore quite twisty and turny. Ignore any junctions - just stay on the road - you will go through the hamlet of Tresarrett and over at least one small bridge. Just before you come to our drive you will go by Poley's Bridge car park where you will see a small silver fish scultpture (On the left) which is the start of the Camel Trail. Next you will go over Poley's bridge its self. A low, flat bridge with metal side rails.)
Our drive is immediately left (50ft or so) after crossing the bridge. You will see the sign after you have turned in.
Its a lot more straight forward than the above sounds. Honest!