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Sustainable Transport Options

Sustainable Transport

Are you arriving by a sustainable means of transport?  Let us know and we will give you a discount if you are camping* or a bar credit if you are staying in the B&B.  

Find out how to get here by public transport.  Full directions will be sent by email a couple of days before your arrival.

*Only one offer per booking – cannot be used in conjunction with the Nearly Wild Camping offer

We are accessible by public transport but you need to plan very carefully to make the connections! The nearest mainline stations are Exeter St Davids and Newton Abbot. The main buses serving us are:

Give us a call in advance of your arrival to arrange a pick-up of your luggage from Moretonhampstead.

Remember – all single bus journeys are capped at £2 until the end of December 2024. 

Please do not try to walk along the A382 to get to us if you get off in Moretonhampstead.  It is much safer to walk down the Wray Valley Trail following the directions we will send you by email shortly before your arrival.  Just ask in Moretonhampstead for the start of the “bike trail”.

Being on the Wray Valley Trail makes it easy to get to us on foot or bicycle. We use our bikes for short trips – when we don’t have lots to carry!

The trail connects us off-road to Moretonhampstead and Lustleigh and out on to Dartmoor. It is part of the Dartmoor Way cycling route and we are only 2 miles from the main route from Lands End to John O’Groats.

If you find the bridge a little tricky to negotiate with a fully loaded bicycle, there is a chain wrapped around a tree beside it that you can lock your bikes to.  Or come and get us and we will give you a hand to get your bikes across.

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We have two EV charging points: one at the B&B and one in the Hay Meadow field.  Other public charging points can be found using Zap Map.Electric Vehicle Charging Point

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