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Easy to find. M5 and dual carriageway (A38). One mile off the A38. No road noise. Good access for RV's.
Satnav users: PLEASE FOLLOW OUR DIRECTIONS AND NOT YOUR SATNAV
We are very easy to find and well signposted.
From the East: Follow the A38 past Plymouth and over the Tamar Bridge. After a further 4 miles (7km), in the village of Landrake, turn right immediatetly after the footbridge. Then follow our signs for 3/4 mile (1km).
From the West: Follow the A38 towards Plymouth, but when you reach Landrake turn left just before the footbridge. Follow our signs to the site.
South East Cornwall and Whitsand Bay and the Rame Peninsula is a hidden gem where you will find peace and tranquility even in the busy summer since most visitors tend to pass this beautiful area and unknown area by.
Fantastic attractions within 30 minutes are: Adrenalin Quarry and Kartworld (10 mins away), Canoing along the Tamar (20 mins away), Monkey Sanctuary (20 mins away), National Aquarium at Plymouth (20 mins away), Skiing and Toboganning (15 mins away), Tree Surfing (30 mins away), cinema and theatre in Plymouth (20 mins away), sailing and boat launching (10 mins away), course fishing (5 mins away).... the list is endless....
Walking along the Coastal Path from Cremyll, through Mount Edgcumbe Park, to Cawsand, Kingsand and to the 11th century monks'chapel at Rame Head is a truly spectacular walk.
The beautiful beaches of Whitsand Bay are a fabulous place to
Nearest National Trust Visitor Attractions (these are shown on the main map above)
Antony - 4.66 miles from site Click here for details
Cotehele - 5.67 miles from site Click here for details
Find nearest: National Trust English Heritage Fuel Pub
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