To find us...
Approaching From the north/east
Via the Torpoint Ferry from Plymouth
From the A38 follow the signs to Plymouth (City Centre) and Torpoint and the A374. Follow these signs to the Torpoint Ferry (24 hours, crossing time 10 minutes, queuing time 0 - 15 minutes, up to 30 minutes in rush hours). On the other side, in Torpoint itself, stay on the A374 to the Village of Antony. Branch to the left, signposted 'Millbrook B3247' (and other destinations), passing the Ring O'Bells on your right hand side in Antony. Follow the road for a mile or so until you get to a T junction. Turn left towards Millbrook and Cawsand Bay then turn right into Whitsand Bay by the Military Fort at Tregantle and follow the coastal road as described below.
Via the Tamar Bridge
Take the A 38 to Plymouth then over the Tamar Bridge into Cornwall until you get to Trerulefoot roundabout approx 10 minutes. Turn left onto Torpoint Road A374 signposted to Millbrook. Turn Right onto B 3247 and then turn right again to Whitsand Bay by the military fort at Tregantle. Then follow the coastal road as described below.
Head in the direction of Rame Head along the coast road with the sea on your right. Follow the road through Freathy, past The Whitsand Bay Holiday Park and The View is just around the next corner.
Postcode: PL10 1JY
Car park is situated at the back of the restaurant.
First buses 81/81A From Plymouth Royal Parade stopping right outside The View. Run hourly through the day.
For times visit the First Group website
By Foot Ferry:
The Cremyll Ferry To And From Admirals Hard In Plymouth Devon to Cremyll In Cornwall,
The Cawsand Ferry from the Barbican Landing Stage in Plymouth to Cawsand beach.
Both of these will involve either a short bus ride or a brisk walk for the more energetic. Taxi's can be arranged with prior arrangement.