We are blessed to be located in one of the most beautiful parts of the country, and we wish to share that with you!
The Lizard Peninsula is unique and stunningly beautiful at any time of the year, there is nowhere quite like it anywhere else in Britain. It is for this reason that the Lizard has been a continuing source of inspiration for artists and writers. Almost surrounded by the sea, the peninsula stands alone, in a very real sense, from the rest of the county. In a line from London to Land’s End, the backbone of Cornwall is a route to somewhere.
The Lizard. Not a cross-roads, a junction, or a place to drive through, but a journey’s end, a destination.
Standing proud in the sea, the peninsula presents a rugged face to the elements, yet paradoxically the climate is probably the warmest in Britain.The air is crisp, clear and unpolluted by industry. The rocks and cliffs of the coastline offer shelter to the tiny fishing villages huddled into their coves, looking now much as they did centuries ago. It is an ancient place, where history is indelibly inscribed on the landscape. For these reasons, the Lizard Peninsula has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Come and join us!
Throughout the Summer, there are direct services to Truro, Redruth and Cambourne from most parts of Britain.
Once in Cornwall, branch lines serve the resorts of Falmouth and St Ives.
National Express coach network connects most British cities to South West Cornwall with direct services to Truro, Camborne, Falmouth and Redruth. National Express: +44 (0) 1209 719988 visit the National Express website for latest travel details and route information
There are regular flights from main UK airports into Newquay, depending on the season.
Please visit the Newquay Airport website, for details prices and flight times.
With new dual carriageway now in place for most of the A30, the main roads into Cornwall have improved greatly during recent years. From the M5 at Exeter, take either the A38 via Plymouth, or the A30 over Bodmin Moor.