Travel to Westcliff is simple
and there are road, rail and air options to consider.
The most common route from all major cities is to take or join the M5
southbound to Exeter. At Exeter, the M5 becomes the A38 dual carriageway which
travels through Devon towards Plymouth, a journey of about 45 miles. Keep on
the A38 past Plymouth and carry on over the Tamar Bridge into Cornwall.
Continue on the A38 for about 8 miles until you reach the roundabout at
Trerulefoot. Turn left on to the A374 at this roundabout, signposted Torpoint
and Looe. After 1.3 miles, turn right on to the A387, clearly signposted Looe.
When you reach Looe, carry on the A387 across the Looe Bridge and follow the
London – 255 miles (410kms)
Airport – 221miles (355kms)
Airport – 228 miles (367kms)
Airport – 292 miles (470kms)
Airport - 126 miles (203kms)
Airport - 63 miles (101 kms)
Airport – 21 miles (34kms)
Airport - 42 miles (68kms)
The nearest mainline station to Looe is Liskeard, approximately 10 miles away.
Liskeard is on the main Penzance line with excellent services from London, the
Midlands and the North run by major train operators such as Virgin and First
Great Western. It is only approximately 3 ½ hours from London to Liskeard on
the direct service from First Great Western. A number of train operators
provide services on the Plymouth to Liskeard line and a typical journey takes
On arriving at Liskeard, there are essentially two main options for the
journey on to Westcliff. For simplicity and convenience, our recommendation is
for you to take a taxi which will only take around 15 minutes at an
approximate cost of £12.00. There is a train service to Looe from the
mainline station in Liskeard which takes just under ½ hour.
If you are planning to fly to Cornwall, we have collated some Cornwall
Flight information with links to the relevant airline websites.