Public transport for Bed and Basket ®
We do get guests who come by public transport.
St Austell is well served by trains to London, the midlands, the north and Scotland.
Some recent visitors used train, bus and taxis.
They said it was really easy as you can get everywhere from St Austell.
Dogs are carried on local buses "at the drivers discretion".
That apparently means that if the driver has an allergy to dogs, he can refuse to carry them, otherwise they would normally expect to take dogs.
Buses go from the centre of St Austell (Trinity Street) and the station.
From St Austell take either a 521 (7 days a week, St Austell to Newquay), 522 (not Sundays, St Austell to Truro) or 527 (7 days a week, Newquay to the Eden Project).
Ask the driver for "High Street" (yes a separate village and not the name of a road in the town!).
Get off at High Street, which is less than 10 minutes by bus from St Austell.
You should see the brown tourist Bed and Basket sign. Follow it down the side road and we are about 3/4 of a mile walk.