Rock is a small village in North Cornwall, reknowned for its waterfront holiday homes and stunning scenery. Located around the first bend in the mouth of the Camel Estuary, it is directly opposite the harbour port of Padstow.
Travelling by car is the easiest method of transport and Rock is a 30 minute drive from the main A30 dual carriageway.
Getting to Rock is very simple and once you have arrived there are plenty of activities in and around the surrounding area that are accessible without the use of a car.
Newquay Airport is about a 35 minute drive from Rock. Flights from London to Cornwall run three times a day through the summer season and flights from other locations in the UK, including Glasgow, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Manchester and Newcastle, run a minimum of twice a week. Prices will vary throughout the year.
Coastline Travel is the official taxi service for Newquay Airport and will provide you with transportation from the airport to your final destination. You will find them located in the arrivals hall.
If you are travelling to Rock by train, the nearest station is Bodmin Parkway which is approximately a 40 minute drive away. Regular trains from across the UK run daily. For train enquiries please visit National Rail Enquiries.
Parnell’s Taxis of Bodmin provide taxi and mini bus services from Bodmin Parkway to destinations across Cornwall.