Directions

Sat Nav: PL30 4NS

From The West:

From The A30 Heading towards Bodmin Pass the Exit sign posted to Bodmin.  After a few miles take first Exit sign posted Blisland. Follow the Rd to Blisland. When arriving in Blisland you will see the Post Office on the lefthand side. After the post office take the first turning on the Right. At the next Right turning you will see a sign post to St Breward. Continue to follow the sign posts to St Breward. You will eventually go over a river bridge. After a mile or so you will go over a cattlegrid. Hallagenna is on the Righthand side after the Cattlegrid. If you get to St Breward before you see Hallagenna. Find our brown horse shoe signs which are on the main road through the village. Which will bring you to us if followed.

From Launceston:
Take the A395 towards Camelford. Then the A39 Through Camelford. Once you have left Camelford take the B3266 Towards Bodmin. Hallagenna Farm is signposted off the B3266 Camelford to Bodmin Road at the first St Breward turning you come across from the Camelford direction. Follow the brown and white horseshoe signs to Hallagenna Farm.

Alternatively remain on the A30 towards Bodmin, pass the jamaica Inn exit remaining on the A30, take the first exit signed St Breward. Follow the Rd to Blisland. When arriving in Blisland you will see the Post Office on the lefthand side. After the post office take the first turning on the Right. At the next Right turning you will see a sign post to St Breward. Continue to follow the sign posts to St Breward. You will eventually go over a river bridge. After a mile or so you will go over a cattlegrid. Hallagenna is on the Righthand side after the Cattlegrid. If you get to St Breward before you see Hallagenna. Find our brown horse shoe signs which are on the main road through the village. Which will bring you to us if followed.

From Camelford, Bodmin and Wadebridge
Hallagenna Farm is signposted off the B3266 Camelford to Bodmin Road at the first St Breward turning you come across from the Camelford direction. Follow the brown and white horseshoe signs.

Most people in St Breward know where we are – don’t be shy to ask!


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