Map and how to get there
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Nearest travel links
|Airport||Newquay Cornwall Airport 69 km|
|Ferry||Plymouth 29 km|
|Train station||Gunnislake 250 m|
Activities near Gunnislake
|Sports||Horse riding, Fishing|
|Great for||Walking holidays, Rural or countryside holidays, Cycling holidays|
How to get there
You can either reach Gunnislake from M5, A30 (Sourton Services and Little Chef), A386 and A390, through the wonderful Devon market town of Tavistock, with it's 900 year old Pannier Market, and excellent cafes and restaurants or via the A38 by crossing the Tamar Tollbridge (£1.50) from which you can view Brunel's famous railway bridge or perhaps take a diversion into the historic naval city of Plymouth to visit the famous Barbican, Hoe and historic waterfront. The cheapest fuel in the area is at the Sainsbury's off the main junction into Plymouth City.
If lucky enough to be travelling by train, arriving in Plymouth, then you will be very lucky to be able to take the scenic Tamar Valley train which winds its way up the stunning Tamar Valley to Gunnislake, via the awe inspiring Calstock Viaduct. The Tamar Barn is less than a 0.5 kilometres walk or we can pick you up by prior arrangement.
Newquay Cornwall Airport is about an hours drive away from your long awaited holiday. Again, it may be possible to arrange transport by prior arrangement.