You'll find maps and driving directions on this page, as well as public transport details. We will send you detailed directions with your booking confirmation.
Our closest station is Sandplace station which is on the branch line between Liskeard and Looe. It's about a mile's walk up the hill from there, or if you give us some warning we can probably pick you up.
Liskeard is the closest main line station. 3 1/2 hours from London Paddington. It's also possible to get direct trains from many other stations. Search via National Rail Enquiries.
The nearest airports to us are Newquay (45 mins), Exeter (1:30) and then Bristol (2:30). Car hire is available at these airports but prior arrangement is necessary at Newquay and Bristol.
Internationally, the nearest London airport is Heathrow, about 4 and a half hours by car.
Take the A38 from Plymouth. By-pass Liskeard. At the next roundabout take the first exit into Dobwalls village.
From here please use the accompanying map.
At the double mini roundabout in Dobwalls village turn right for Duloe. Go past the primary school on your left and over a humpback bridge, continuing about 4.5 miles to Duloe village. Go through the village towards Looe. Having left the village you will see a sign for Duloe Manor on your right. The road swings down hill and you will then pass Cornish Orchards on your left, take the next right after three sharp bends. We are quarter of a mile up the lane.
If you get as far as the railway bridge you have missed our turning!
If you are using a Sat Nav please ask it to take you via Dobwalls. Other routes may look more direct from the map but, are often narrow and windy. Our map shows the easiest route.
The postcode is PL14 4PP.
What our visitors have to say:
"The little ones so enjoyed all the super entertainments here. It is so great for the cousins to come here and spend time together in the beautiful part of the world. Memories they will never forget." CHRIS & SUE GEORGE & FAMILY
"John and I arrived a week ago, me ragged and weary with work worries, he with a rotten end of a virus. We leave, sadly, but refreshed, relaxed and feeling 1000% better. This really is a very special & restorative cottage .." VERONICA & JOHN MORRISS
"We really appreciated all the thoughtful and welcoming things that greeted us -from seeing our name up on the door as we arrived to finding flowers from the garden around the place. We felt at home straight away and some days found it too difficult to leave so just tucked ourselves up here. We are feeling totally relaxed, rested and very very happy!" TOM & CLAIRE CRUMBLEHOLME
"We have so enjoyed the wonderful views from Willow -especially from the conservatory. Last night the moon was full & bright. The mist had rolled in & filled up the valley and in the moonlight it was as if we were looking across a huge, icy, white lake. Magical." SANDRA & JOHN
"Once again a great stay in your wonderful cottage. A great place, you must be very proud." LOVE PAM & TERRY TAYLOR
"Ideal cottage for our 'short break' and a beautiful cottage too - as always at Treworgey-everything needed is there - always just right. Thank you everyone for making our visit so special." GLEN & YVONNE, MALDON, ESSEX
"The view and overall tranquillity have been our greatest pleasure. Many thanks to all at Treworgey for making our long trip so worthwhile." AMANDA DRAPER & STEPHEN WHITTLE
"Cottage is great-a very high standard of furnishing. I'd just put, 'we loved it!'" MRS BONNER
This family's efforts in promoting the 'green issues' are to be applauded, 1) for their foresight years ago and 2)for its implementation and integration into this fantastic business. The planet will thank you. Julian and Julie Anderson-Gwynn
"Our 22nd visit to Treworgey and we jus thave to keep coming back for more. This time of year is without doubt the most beautiful with all the bluebells, wild garlic and campion in full bloom and all the birds showing off their plumage. For us every time we come here is like winning the lottery. " JANET DIGBY