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:
"We've had a wonderful week in Jasmine. First visit here (and first of many we hope!). Beautiful place to stay and fabulous setting." MARK, JUDE & MILLIE
"Arrived after 5 hour drive to this amazing cottage where everything has been thought of..This is a lovely cottage and the perfect base to see the beautiful Cornish countryside & coast - we will be back!" PAULA & RICHARD, LONDON
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
'This is our mid 30th visit to Treworgey. The first being 1987. The "Team Treworgey" provided us with tree, holly wreath, floral decorations and Christmas treats this time. Altogether, a brilliant holiday and Christmas April. " BEV AND BRIAN THOMPSON AND ALFIE
"BEST EVER HOLIDAY! Favourite activities: Horse riding, Own a Pony Afternoon, Helping at the stables, Feeding Florence [the lamb], Playroom." MARY UPTON (AGE 10)
"How will we describe to others what makes this holiday so calming. Is it: Cornish air, secluded location, like-minded company, proximity to indulged animals, beautiful cottage, your every wish catered for? We think it's all that and a magic sprinkling of 'Wright' wisdom over all these years. Thank you so much." PAT, MICHAEL & JOANNA.
"Think this was our 9th (?) visit to Treworgey but only our 2nd to Hollyhock (the first being our honeymoon 15 yrs ago!). A lovely way to spend our anniversary. The cottage is every bit as wonderful as we remembered it. Wish we could pick it up and take it home with us!!" ANN & HANES WHITLOCK
"We have lost count of the visits to Treworgey ..... The cottage garden has it's own natural sanctuary for birds and wildlife .. also What a joy it is to sit in the conservatory and stop and stare." THE MARCUSSENS
"we had a fantastic time in beautiful and very peaceful surroundings. Our dog Ralphy had his best holiday yet. We have never been to a part of the world more dog friendly! Thank you to all atTreworgey for such a wonderful time." MEG, MICHAEL & RALPHY
" Well Cottage is perfect for a relaxing break from it all, and we found it well equipped with all your needs. Thanks for a great break -stress free!" TONY & TINA LEGE