Travelling to Cornwall

How to get to Cornwall?

There are plenty of great options on how to travel to your Cornwall Holiday Cottage, with plenty of ways to get down here; you really can place your mind ahead to relaxing on your getaway to our beautiful county.

Jump on the Train

The scenery from your train window can be one hard to beat when travelling to Cornwall. While travelling, the coastal views you can witness are certainly an excellent way to start your holiday. Great Western Railway trains frequently operate to Cornwall from many cities in the south of the UK, including London, Bath & Bristol.

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Journal - Travelling to Cornwall

Fly Down on a Plane

Newquay Airport offers various airline services from many destinations, with new routes added each year, whether direct flights from the UK’ main cities or many European locations.

Once at Newquay airport you can book a taxi service to get you to your cottage or rent a car for your week’s holiday with either Hertz or Europcar both located at the Airport.

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Planning on driving to Cornwall the choice of motorways and dual carriageways in the south west make the decision of the route up to you. With the M5 connecting to the M4 when you reach Bristol you can follow this the whole way to Exeter prior to choosing you choice of scenic route through Cornwall to your destination.


National Express and Megabus operate in Cornwall, offering services to Falmouth, Newquay and Penzance and potentially the cheapest way to get to Cornwall.

When in Cornwall, First Buses operate with nearly 100 different bus routes taking you through some truly picturesque locations.


Falmouth is the third deepest natural harbour and welcomes a vast array of crews, whether for race weeks or a nice getaway. If you wish to come via boat, Falmouth Haven and Mylor Yacht Harbour offer visitor berths and moorings if you want to start your relaxing week with a sailing adventure.

Falmouth Haven

Mylor Yacht Harbour

Coming from abroad?

Ferries run into many ports across the south coast of England, with the closest being Plymouth with Britany Ferries crossing from either Roscoff, France or Santander, Northern Spain.

Electric Vehicles

Electric vehicles popularity is becoming more apparent, and we here at Creekside Cottages wish to ensure we can accommodate and support these requirements wherever possible.

Most of our cottages only have a domestic supply where it is not suitable and safe to charge your electric vehicle. We recommend you check before finalising your booking if this is an essential requirement.

If you plan to bring an electric vehicle to the property, you must use a designated charging point (where available) only and manufacturer-approved cables for charging any car when at the property. The properties that have these facilities are:

Lawithick Barn

If a property does not have an electric charge point, the closest station can be found on the Zap-Map (see link below).

Zap Map

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