How to find us


Newquay Cornwall Airport links to major cities around the country and internationally. From the airport, you can hire a car (we’re just over an hour’s drive away) or let us book you a taxi.


First Great Western operates high-speed trains from London Paddington, South Wales and the Cotswolds to Penzance, as well as comfy sleeper services from Paddington that let you wake up in the morning with a coffee and a view across Mount’s Bay. Cross Country Trains runs some services into Cornwall from the Midlands, the North and Scotland.


Put TR18 4AQ into your satnav and it will bring you to the door. It’s the blue door with number 33 opposite the church. Otherwise, take the M5 to Exeter, then the A30 to Penzance. Follow the signs to the Town Centre, and as you drive up the main highstreet, Market Jew Street, you will see the statue of Humphry Davy on your right. Turn left immediately after the zebra crossing by Dorothy Perkins, and you are at the top of historic Chapel Street. Drive past the cluster of galleries, restaurants and shops, and No.33 is on the left near the bottom of the street, opposite St Mary’s Church.


Penzance is on the National Cycle Network – and a beautiful coastal cycle path skirts the edge of Mount’s Bay towards Marazion in the East and Mousehole in the West. Bikes can be hired in Penzance.

No.33 Chapel Street is a few minutes’ walk from the ferry link to the Isles of Scilly, an archipelago of white sand beaches and clear waters located 30 miles west of Land’s End. Click here for details of fares and timetables.