Treloyhan Manor (St Ives) is situated just off the A30 bypass which runs through the centre of Cornwall. Due to the fast-moving dual carriageway Cornwall and St Ives is now a much shorter journey from the rest of the country than it once was. Cornwall's high demand as a popular tourist destination has led to the area being only a 5 hour journey from places such as Reading or Birmingham, 6 hours from Manchester, Liverpool and Nottingham, and 7 hours from North Wales.
At the end of the Hayle Bypass (A30) take the 2nd exit off the roundabout, sign posted (A3074) to St Ives.
Continue along the A3074 towards Carbis Bay . On entering Carbis Bay , you will pass an Esso petrol station on your right, just before Longstone Cemetery which is on your left.
As you near Treloyhan Manor Hotel you will pass Tesco's supermarket on your left. Shortly after this, again on your left, is the Cornish Arms public house.
Take the next right hand turning into Treloyhan Park Road and then first left into the driveway of Treloyhan Manor Hotel. Car parks are located to the front and side of the building and the main entrance to the hotel is signposted.
The nearest bus station and railway station to Treloyhan Manor Hotel are in St. Ives which are less than a mile away. We do recommend that guests order a taxi from the station because of the long hill up to the hotel, otherwise call the hotel to book one for you.
St. Ives train station itself is a branch-line railway station. The nearest mainline station is St. Erth, 4 miles away. Trains from London, Bristol, Birmingham, the North East and the North West all stop here. St. Erth is also served by bus to Penzance.
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