Finding us on event days:
Directions from Calstock Village by foot/cycle/car:
Come up Harewood Road all the way to the top, go straight on past the railway crossing on your left. After about 150 yards take the right hand fork (not the Old Stables) straight on past the Lornace entrance on the right, past The Coach House on the left & on to the Harewood House East sign where you branch left into the yard. Non 4×4 vehicles must park here. If you’re camping we can ferry all your kit down for you. Otherwise walk straight on down the track past the polytunnel which leads to the event fields
Coming to Harewood from England:
From the A390 cross into Cornwall at the Gunnislake Bridge. Continue up through Gunnislake…if you are in a car follow this set of directions (larger vehicles may want to go by more main roads, follow the next set of directions). Once through the traffic lights, turn immediately left at the hexagonal white building, weave your way down through the village of Gunnislake. Continue past the Rising Sun Pub & for approximately a further mile or so. Continue on this road until on a right hand bend there is a left fork marked Calstock Church, turn left uphill here.
Turn left at the top of the road, go straight on past the church. Follow the road around past Harewood Cottage on your left, past our front drive marked Harewood House & Ferry Farm until you reach an open level crossing where you will turn sharp left, From here follow the directions from Calstock Village as above.
The next set of directions: Those in larger vehicles ie. Camper vans, caravans etc may want to travel straight on at the Gunnislake traffic lights. Until you see signs for Calstock off to your left from the A390 at Drakewalls. There are about 3 possibilities to turn left here into Albaston.
Travel down hill through the village of Albaston. After about a mile, on the Chevron bend you will see a sign to Parish Church off on the left fork, turn left here. Continue on to the Church, & straight on past it to the level crossing where you will turn left and follow the directions as from Calstock above.
By Train: ‘Calstock’ station is on “One of England’s Loveliest Country Branch Lines” approximately 30 minutes from Plymouth. Most connections to Plymouth run from Paddington via reading. (book in advance to get cheap tickets)
Timetable can be found here;
We are a 20 minute walk up from the station should you want to take in the scenery or let us know in advance when your getting in and we will pick you up 😉