Getting here

The Forgotten Corner of Cornwall

There are so many ways to get to Mount Edgcumbe, you are spoilt for choice.

By Boat:

Cremyll Ferry
Departing from Admirals Hard at Stonehouse in Plymouth, this service operates daily and takes only 7 minutes.

Check times on the Cremyll Ferry website

Plymouth Boat Trips
Offering combined tickets from the Barbican in Plymouth plus a seasonal daily service, this is a stunning way to arrive at the park.

Check times on the Plymouth Boat Trips website

Park Buggy:

A buggy, operated by volunteers runs within the park when the House is open.  This is a curtesy service although any donations are gratefully received and go towards the upkeep of the buggies.

By Car:

From Plymouth is via the Tamar Bridge (A38) to Trerulefoot roundabout; then via A374 and B3247 (brown signs) to Millbrook and Mount Edgcumbe. Allow 50 minutes travelling time from Saltash (40 minutes at off peak times).

The Torpoint Car Ferry is available at approximately 10-minute intervals and queues form in high season. From Torpoint use A374 and B3247 (brown signs) via Antony. Allow approximately 40 minutes travel time (30 minutes off peak).

From Cornwall, head for Liskeard then follow the A38 to Trerulefoot roundabout, then A374 (Torpoint) and B3247 (brown signs) to Millbrook and Mount Edgcumbe. Allow 45 minutes travel time from Liskeard.

Check directions on Google Maps

By Bus:

Plan your bus journey from either Cornwall or Plymouth

You can find out which bus you need to catch, where to catch it from and what time it leaves using the journey planner on the Traveline South West website.

Coach Trips:

Coaches can bring their groups to Mount Edgcumbe viewing the picturesque Rame Peninsula on the way and then collect their group in the Barbican Plymouth.  Or the reverse if travelling further into Cornwall.

When driving coaches from Plymouth to Mount Edgcumbe we advise you to take the coastal road via Whitsand Bay to avoid the limited turning angle through Millbrook.