Public Transport

Buses, coaches, ferries, trains and planes

Public Transport Information

Not all our visitors come to Trevorrick by car. For the benefit of those who don't, or those who would like a break from driving, this page provides information on getting to and around Cornwall by public transport.

Flying to Cornwall

There are now a number of major carriers flying to Cornwall (Newquay airport) from the following:
Aer Lingus - Dublin, Ireland
British Airways - London Heathrow
Eastern Airways - Leeds Bradford, Manchester or Teeside
Eurowings - Various european destinations
Skybus - St Mary's Isles of Scilly
Logonair - Various UK destinations

Ryan Air - Alicante, Spain or Faro, Portugal

Taking the coach to Cornwall:

National Express 504 operate services to Bodmin and Newquay.

Taking the train to Cornwall:

Taking the train to Cornwall (nearest station - Bodmin Parkway):
The Trainline website National Rail

Buses in Cornwall:

The village of St Issey is approximately 1 mile from Trevorrick where there is a bus stop "Ring o'Bells". The bus operator Plymouth Citybus operates a mostly hourly service. Bus stops have illuminated sign boards indicating when the next service will be arriving. St Issey has a direct link to Padstow, Wadebridge, Bodmin, Bodmin Parkway, Liskeard and Plymouth. Other local coastal services are possible changing in Padstow or Wadebridge.

Ferry over the Camel:

A passenger ferry (takes bicycles when not too busy) operates from Padstow to Rock. Padstow Harbour Commissioners Tel: 01841 532239 Padstow - Rock ferry
A water taxi operates from Rock often during summer evenings. Rock Water taxi