The Guildhall, Street an Pol, St Ives, TR26 2DS
Journey time from London Paddington approximately 6 hours. Or the overnight riviera sleeper service operated by First Great Western. If travelling from the North or Midlands services are operated by Cross Country Trains. Contact National Rail Enquiries for additional information and timetables.
Alight at the mainline St Erth station stop and join the scenic branch line through Lelant Saltings, Carbis Bay, a 10 minute journey to St Ives. St Erth.
National Express operate a long distance scheduled coach service in and out of county. The town’s bus station is located at the Malakoff. Tickets can be bought from the Visitor Information Centre.
St Ives is well connected by bus from Truro and Penzance. The T2, A17, 16 and the seasonal Atlantic Coaster A2 all frequently service St Ives stopping at the Malakoff bus stop, a 5 min walk down the hill to the Guildhall. For more information visit the First Group Website: www.firstgroup.com/cornwall
Leave the M5 motorway just after Exeter at Junction 31 and join the A30. The journey to St Ives will take approximately two hours. Continue on the A30 bypassing Hayle, take the second exit at the next roundabout and go straight on at the first mini-roundabout. If you want to drive into town, turn left at the second mini roundabout, following the signposts.
The Guildhall has no public parking but don’t worry the Stennack Carpark TR26 1QX and Station Carpark TR26 2BH are both 10 mins walk. For more parking information see the link below:|
Newquay Airport is approximately 50 minutes drive from St Ives. Destinations include Stanstead, Gatwick, Birmingham, Manchester, Dublin, Edinburgh and others. Flights are also available to the Isles of Scilly Skybus from Land’s End.