By Road: Follow M5 to Junction 31 at Exeter and then follow the A30 for approx. 46 miles to Launceston. After by -passing Launceston turn right at the Kennards House junction onto the A395 signposted to Camelford and Wadebridge. Take this road and continue along the A395 for approximately 10 miles until reaching the T-junction with the A39. Turn left on the A39 towards Camelford and Wadebridge. Continue for just over a mile, then turn right to Delabole and Port Isaac on the B3314. Stay on this road for about 1.5 ,miles passing through Slaughterbridge. At the next staggered cross roads go straight over to Delabole and Port Isaac, still on the B3314. Go through Delabole and continue on for approximately 3 miles, going through the hamlet of Pendoggett. Just after Pendoggett you will see the first sign on your right to Port Isaac. Ignore this but just after this turning there is a road on the left signposted to Chapel Amble, Tregellist B&B and St Kew Pottery. Turn down this narrow lane and continue for about a mile and then take the first turning on the left. The entrance to Hale is the first turning to the right – a brown pottery sign points down our drive.

By Rail: Bodmin Parkway Train Station is a 30 drive from St Kew Cottages and trains regularly stop here.

By Air: Newquay Airport is only 30 minutes from St Kew Holiday Cottages with flights from London Gatwick and Manchester all year round and a lot more summer routes from UK cities.