Getting to us is easy. If you’ve got SatNav, tap our postcode (PL27 6EN) in and you’ll be here in no time. If not, here’s some help.
From the M5:
From Exeter, take the A30 past Okehampton and the Launceston.
Just after Launceston, take the A395 towards Camelford.
When it joins the A39, fork left and follow the A39 through Camelford towards Wadebridge.
Look out for a sign about a mile from St Kew filling station marked Chapel Amble. Take the right turn into Chapel Amble.
Ridgeway Park is immediately on your left hand side.
Turn right at the next T-junction for The Olde House or Penpont Mill is directly opposite this T-junction.
Travel down this road for approximately one mile.
The Olde House is on the left, just before the small bridge at the edge of the village.
Along the A39 towards Camelford, turn left at the first Chapel Amble signpost.
1.5 miles further along this road on the left hand side is Penpont Mill.
Drive one mile further along this road and The Olde House is on your left just before the small bridge at the edge of the village.
Greenbank is the second property in the village on the right hand.
The Retreat is the second house on your left when entering the village.
Smeathers is a little further on. Go past the village P.O. Take the St Minver road for approx 1 1/2 miles. On a sharp left hand bend you will see a Public Footpath sign on your right hand side together with a slate sign for Smeathers. The farmhouse is at the end of the driveway.
Call in at reception in the main farmhouse and we’ll get your keys and help you find your cottage. Drop your bags and put your feet up. There’ll be a Cornish cream tea waiting for you.
We’re just a 20 minute drive from Newquay Airport. If you’re coming to Cornwall by air you’ll find plenty of taxis at the airport to bring you to The Olde House.
Come out of Bodmin Parkway and turn left onto the A38, travel through Bodmin and follow the A389 towards Wadebridge. At the large roundabout at Wadebridge, take the third exit towards Camelford. You can now follow the directions above from Wadebridge.