Map of Wolborough, Devon

Wolborough, Torbay
Wolborough occupies the most superb elevated positio alon the historical coast of Brixham (the nglish riviera). [more...]

By Road:
Using the M5,A30 0r the A35, you will then be directed on to the A38 where you will pick up the sighns for Brixham. When you arrive in Brixham follow the sign's for the Breakwater and take the Right Turnig for Berry Head Road.
A full set of Directions will be sent to you with your booking Confirmation.

By Train:
First Great Western and Virgin trains operate to Torquay on a regular basis from across the country. The main line goes through Newton Abbot with either a direct connection to Paignton, stopping at Torre and Torquay (main station), or a change of train at Newton Abbot. Torquay railway station has a taxi rank and is about 1/2 mile from the town centre.

By Coach:
National Coach Express travels to Torquay and Brixham from many areas of the UK and is one of the most cost effective means of traveling to Brixham. They can be contacted on 08705 808080. A Disabled Persons Travel Helpline can be contacted on 0121 423 8479 . A text phone is provided for customers who are deaf or hard of hearing. Please call 0121 455 0086 . The coach station is at Lymington Road in Torquay approximately ½ mile from the top end of Torquay town.

By Sea:
Cherbourg , Santander , St. Malo and more places see ferry crossings from and to Plymouth. Again a transfer by coach, bus, train or taxi will be necessary.

By Air:
Exeter is closest, approximately 22 miles away and Plymouth about 30 miles away. Taxis and trains can both be caught for connections from the airports as can buses and coaches.