Easy and quick. Just 40 miles from Exeter along the Devon Expressway (the continuation of the M5) you cross the Tamar Bridge, the gateway to south-east Cornwall. The A38 continues westwards, providing swift access to Looe. You could be parking your car an hour after passing Exeter!
Approximate journey times by car from:
Central London: 5 hours 30 mins
Bristol: 2 hours 30 mins
Southampton: 3 hours 25 mins
Birmingham: 3 hours 40 mins
Reading: 4 hours
Heathrow Airport, London: 4 hours 50 mins
Gatwick Airport: 5 hours 10 mins
Luton Airport: 5 hours 10 mins
Manchester: 5 hours 10 mins
Dover: 5 hours 45 mins
Leeds: 5 hours 50 mins
Plymouth – Penzance line provides regular services to Liskeard and the Looe branch line service from Liskeard gives access to East Looe.
Train times (subject to confirmation) for Liskeard to Looe.
The last train on Saturday leaves Liskeard at 20:40 until 5th. September.
For late arrivals a taxi will be necessary which should cost less than £20.
Approximate journey times by rail from:
Birmingham: 3 hours 45 minutes
Bristol: 2 hours 45 minutes
Leeds: 5 hours 45 minutes
London: 3 hours 15 minutes
Manchester: 6 hours
Reading: 3 hours
Southampton: 3 hours 45 minutes
For National Rail Enquiries:
call 08457 48 49 50.
National Express operates express coach services to Liskeard from departure points all over Britain, including airports. These include a regular service from London Victoria and Heathrow Airport.
Call 08705 80 80 80.
Fly to Plymouth from a number of airports in England, Scotland, Channel Islands, Ireland and France.
Fly to Newquay from a number of airports in England, Scotland, Channel Islands, Ireland and France.
Fly to Exeter from just about anywhere.
Sail to Plymouth from Santander in Spain, Cork in Eire or Roscoff in France with Brittany Ferries.