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How to get there

Nearest travel links

Airport Newquay
Ferry Plymouth 65 km
Train station Bodmin 25 km
Car Car advised

Activities near St Merryn

Sports Tennis in town, Water sports, Horse riding, Waterpark, Fishing
Great for Walking holidays, Rural or countryside holidays, Nightlife, Beach or lakeside relaxation, Cycling holidays

How to get there

Arriving by Road.
Take the M5 to Exeter and then either the A30 via Okehampton, Launceston, Bodmin to St Merryn or the A38 via Plymouth, Saltash, Liskeard to Bodmin and then to St Merryn.
If you take A30, by pass Bodmin and take the exit to Victoria. Go through Victoria and over the A30 and continue until you get to the A39 Wadebridge roundabout.

Arriving by Ferry
The nearest port is Plymouth which is approximately 50 miles away. The ferry service is provided by Brittany Ferries. (We speak French and Spanish so are happy for enquiries in these languages).

Arriving by Air.
The nearest airport is Newquay which is about 10 miles from St Merryn. Air South West, Ryan Air, BMI Baby, Skybus and FlyBe operate services from many British and European cities.

Turn right on the A39 and continue to the next roundabout sign posted to Padstow and St Merryn. Follow signs to St Merryn and Point Curlew.

Arriving by Bus.

There are buses from Bodmin Parkway station, via Wadebridge, to Padstow. There is also a service from Padstow to St Merryn which passes Point Curlew site.