We are located on the breathtaking North Cornish coast which is only 30 minutes from the main A30.
Improved motorway links have put North Cornwall within easy reach. The A30 is dual carriageway from the M5 with fast roads connecting Bude, Camelford, Wadebridge and Padstow:
Begin your journey and head towards the Southwest region. North Cornwall is signposted on all major routes along the A30 and A39 and Boscastle is signposted thereafter. Entering the village of Boscastle, The Riverside can be found in the harbour area on the bridge next to the River Valency.
The nearest train station is Bodmin Parkway. From there, bus connections are available to Wadebridge with onward connection to Boscastle. It may be quicker and easier to consider using the new rail provisions at Okehampton. A connection service from Exeter St David’s offers a fast service to the region with bus connections to Bude with onward connection to Boscastle. For more detailed information, see our ‘By Coach or Bus…’ section.
By Coach or Bus
The National Express coach network connects most British cities with Exeter, Bodmin and Wadebridge. There are direct services from London (Victoria), the South East, the Midlands, Yorkshire and Scotland. From Bodmin, Wadebridge and Exeter, local services connect with most towns in North Cornwall.
First Kernow have a 95 & 96 bus service running Monday to Sunday which through Boscastle between hubs Bude and Wadebridge. Winter services may vary and we ask you check with the bus operator.
The closest bus stops are opposite at Boscastle Bridge (NE bound) and a minutes walk to Boscastle Car Park (W bound)
For bus timetable information and service updates, see Traveline Southwest.
North Cornwall is served by Cornwall Newquay Airport, just over 20 miles away. Low-fare airline flights to London Gatwick and Manchester are seven days a week and six days a week to the Isles of Scilly.