Lower Grumbla Farm
South West England
Sancreed is a small Cornish village situated approx three miles (5km) from Penzance and eight miles (13km) from Land’s End.
getting to the Centre by public transport (train):
The best way to get to the centre from London is to take a direct train from London Paddington to Penzance. There is one train every hour and the journey time is approx 5 hours. The centre is a 10-15 min drive from Penzance train station.
getting to the Centre by plane:
Within the UK:
Ryanair fly from London Stansted to Newquay.
Air Southwest fly from Newquay to London Gatwick, Leeds Bradford, Bristol and Manchester.
The airport is approx a one hour drive from the centre.
From European destinations:
There are many flights to all London Airports (Gatwick, Stansted & Heathrow). Alternatively, you can fly direct to Exeter & Bristol International Airports, both of which are located in South West England, from several several European destinations, of which include; Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, France, Germany, Corfu, Italy, Netherlands, North Atlantic, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland & Turkey.
getting to the Centre by road (car or taxi):
From London; take M4 (West), at junction 20, exit onto M5 toward Bristol/Exeter (West). Exit onto A30 toward Penzance via Okehampton-Bodmin-Redruth. Take A30 Penzance Bypass, following the signs for Lands End. After 2 miles, in the village of Drift, turn right at the crossroads for Sancreed. (The sign reads ‘Sancreed Beacon’). Follow the road continuning right at the next signposts. In Sancreed turn left opposite the Church, up the hill (signed to Grumbla). After half a mile in a small hamlet by a timber yard turn right, signed Tremethic Cross. The Centre is 200 yards down the lane on the right. There is a small car park area for 2-4 vehicles. If this is full then follow down the lane and take then next turn right into the bottom of the garden. There is ample car park space available.