How to find us

There are various ways to find us...

Pendragon Country House Map

Another option is to usewww.theaa.co.ukroute planner facility. Again, enter our postcode in the destination box and away you go.

 

If you are an orienteering expert the co-ordinates for the house are

N 50.65261o, W 4.62821o.

If you were not lucky enough to receive a Sat. Nav. for your last birthday, or you like the old fashioned approach, please follow the instructions below, it really is very easy to find us.

Arriving By Car

Arriving from the east (from the M5)

Leave the M5 at junction 31 heading Westbound along the A30 dual carriageway towards Okehampton, Launceston and Bodmin. Continue for 45.5 miles taking the exit signposted the A395, Camelford and North Cornwall. Take the 3rdexit at the roundabout over the dual carriageway and then the 1stexit on the roundabout on to the A395. Continue for 10.1 miles to your destination. You will pass through the villages of Pipers Pool and Hallworthy. Upon entering Davidstow continue past the church. The sign for Pendragon Country House will be on the right hand side.

Arriving from the North (from Bideford on the A39)

Head south down the A39, ‘Atlantic highway’, towards Bude. Upon arriving in Stratton, go past the turning for Bude, continuing on the A39. Ignore turnings for the (A395) if in brackets. After 14 miles, take a left turn on to the A395, signposted Davidstow and Launceston. A third of a mile later you will see the sign for Pendragon Country House on the left hand side.

Arriving from the South (from Newquay Airport and the A39)

Head north up the A39, ‘Atlantic highway’, towards Wadebridge. Stay on the A39 around Wadebridge and continue on for 10 miles to Camelford. Keep on the A39 for 3 more miles past Camelford, and then take a right turn on to the A395, signposted Davidstow and Launceston. After a third of a mile you will see the sign for Pendragon Country House on the left hand side.

Arriving from the South (from Plymouth Airport and the A388)

Proceed on the A386 towards Plymouth to join the A38 signposted Liskeard and Saltash. On the A38, go over the toll bridge and around Saltash to the A388 heading north towards Callington and Launceston and the A30. Join the A30 dual carriageway heading towards Bodmin. Just less than 4 miles later take the exit signposted the A395, Camelford and North Cornwall. Take the 3rd exit at the roundabout over the dual carriageway and then the 1st exit on the roundabout on to the A395. Continue for 10.1 miles to your destination. You will pass through the villages of Pipers Pool and Hallworthy. Upon entering Davidstow continue past the church. The sign for Pendragon Country House will be on the right hand side.

Arriving by Train

There is no more magical way to arrive in Cornwall than by the 'Midnight Riviera'. We actively encourage guests to arrive by public transport and we will assist you in anyway we can.  We will assist you if you choose not to have a car and there are a range of options for you so give us a call or send an email to see what we can do.

Bodmin Parkway (BOD) Managed by First Great Western

 

Station Approach

Liskeard Road
Bodmin
Cornwall and Isles of Scilly
PL30 4BB

Station facilities

  • Station seating facilities
  • Trolleys
  • Refreshments
  • ATM Machine
  • Toilets
  • Pay Phone
  • Internet
  • Post Box
  • Tourist Information Office
  • Shops

 


Bodmin Parkway (BOD)

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Transport links

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Connection time

5 minutes (minimum)

Cycle storage

Yes (Please note cycles can be carried on trains free of charge     restriction apply)

Sheltered cycle storage

No

Station Car Park - 70 spaces

 

Monday-Friday 24 hours
Saturday 24 hours
Sunday 24 hours

APCOA Parking (UK) Limited (Operator)

0845 165 2030 (primary)

Charges: £2.00 daily, £37.50 monthly

 

Taxi rank

 

Yes at the station entrance

 

Rail replacement

 

Bus stops in the station car park

 

Bus services

 

Yes

Ticket office opening  & Staff help

Monday-Friday 06:10-20:00
Saturday 06:30-20:00
Sunday 10:35-19:40

Self-service machines

Yes

Collect from counter

Yes

Collect from machine

Yes, ticket machine is located on Platform 1

Customer help points

Yes

Accessible ticket machines

Yes

Induction loop

Yes

Ramp for train access

Yes

Accessible taxis

Yes

Accessible Taxis available at this station Please call our assist line for assistance.

Accessible public telephones

No

Accessible toilets

Yes

Radar Key available from station staff. If you wish to buy a 'National Key Scheme' key, [RADAR]. Their address is 12 City Forum, 250 City Road, London EC1V 8AF, tel: 020 7250 3222, minicom: 020 7250 4119, fax: 020 7250 0212, email: radar@radar.org.uk, web http://www.radar.org.uk/ site:

 

Step free access coverage

Partial station

Platforms are only accessible via a stepped footbridge.

Passengers requiring assistance should speak to station staff or call the Assist booking line Tel 0800 197 1329

 

Impaired mobility set down

 

Yes

Set- Down / Pick up Points are available at the station entrance

Disabled parking

Yes

Accessible car park equipment

Yes

Accessible ticket machine available at the park park.

 

Wheelchairs

Yes

Ticket Gates

No

Customer service

 

Yes
Monday-Sunday 07: 00-22:00
Please call our Customer Services Centre on 08457 000 125 (07:00-22:00 every day)

Left luggage

No

Lost property

 

 

Yes
Monday-Sunday 07:00-22:00
Lost Property enquiries 08457 000 125 (07:00-22:00 every day)

British Transport Police

 

0800 40 50 40