How to Find Us

From Exeter, via A30:

Take the A30 towards Bodmin, passing Okehampton, and then Launceston.

10 miles after Launceston, take the slip road off the A30 signposted St Cleer, Siblyback Lake, and Jamaica Inn.

At the top of the (long) slip road, turn left, and almost immediately take the very sharp left hand turning, signpost St Cleer, and Siblyback Lake. This road is very narrow in places but rather scenic.

After 6.5 miles on this road, which goes directly over Bodmin Moor, turn left at the T junction, signpost St Cleer,and Siblyback lake. After 1 mile, turn left, signpost Siblyback Lake, and Hendrifton Farm will be found 400 yards down that lane, on the left hand side, clearly marked.

Note for Caravanners:

The above route is not suitable for caravans, and you are advised to leave the A30 at Launceston, and follow the A388 to Callington, then the A390 to Liskeard, and then the B3254 to St Cleer, and onwards to Hendrifton Farm, following the signs for Siblyback Lake. Alternatively, see below for directions via A38 and Plymouth


From Exeter, and then Plymouth, via A38:

Continue on the A38 From the end of the M5, follow the A38 towards Plymouth. Stay on the A38, crossing the Tamar Bridge and continue through the Saltash Tunnel towards Liskeard.

After 12 miles, take the Liskeard turn off the A38, and follow the signs for Callington.
At a ‘T-junction roundabout’ where Callington is signed to the right on the A390, turn LEFT towards the Town Centre. After 300 yards, turn right at the roundabout on the B3254 towards St Cleer. After half a mile, as the B3254 bears right, turn left, signpost St Cleer.

Go through St Cleer village, and after 1 mile at a staggered crossroads, turn left, and immediately right, signpost Siblyback Lake. Hendrifton farm will be found 400 yards down that lane, on the left hand side, clearly marked.

The road to Siblyback is a narrow country lane. Please reduce your speed accordingly.

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