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If you use a SatNav, please see the info at the bottom of this page.

(This map should work in Mozilla Firefox, but may not download correctly in Internet Explorer).
Keveral is 3/4 mile to the northwest of Seaton.
The yellow line shows the road between Seaton and Nomansland, which you take to get to the start of the farm lane.

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Travelling to Keveral by Car from the East
1) Go through Plymouth on the main A38 (a continuation of the M5 after Exeter), over the Tamar Bridge and into Cornwall.
2) Continue on the A38 for approximately 7 miles, through the villages of Landrake and Tideford.
3) At Trerulefoot roundabout (one mile after Tideford), turn first left at the roundabout for 'Looe'.
4) After 1 mile, turn right onto the A387, again for 'Looe'.
5) Continue for 2 miles to the small village of Hessenford, and AFTER the pub on your right, turn left immediately after the bridge, on to the B3247 to Seaton.
See below for travelling from Seaton by road.

However, if you have a large vehicle or you are towing a trailer, you should continue on the A387 for another 2 miles before turning left at Nomansland, then follow instructions below for 'Travelling to Keveral by Car from the West'.

From central Plymouth: you can take the Torpoint Ferry over the River Tamar (from Devonport, it is free crossing into Cornwall, and the same charge as the Tamar Bridge on the return), and take the A374.
You can go the scenic way along the coast by turning left at Antony, then through the villages of Crafthole and Downderry to Seaton (small roads, not advisable for large vehicles). Or you can continue past Antony, then Sheviock and Polbathic, before taking the A387 Looe road to Hessenford, then turning left to Seaton.

This route is only advised if you are starting in, or have to go through, central Plymouth. Leaving the A38 to go this way will add at least one hour to your journey compared to staying on the A38.

From Seaton, by road
1) Entering Seaton on the Hessenford road, you will see a car park on your left. Then, just before the river and the beach, turn right up LOOE HILL (NOT Keveral Lane, also on your right, which is a narrow dead-end road).

2) Continue up Looe Hill for one mile to the top of the hill, where the road bends to the right and levels out.

3) Continue for another 300m, past houses on your left and right (Penhale Camping is on your right), and as the road turns sharply to the left, you will see the sign for Keveral on your right, and the start of the farm lane (see photo below).

Keveral Farm is half a mile down the farm lane. You pass our neighbour's house on your right, and immediately after is our car park on your right and our farmhouse in front of you.
The lane is a bit rough, but this is not a problem if you drive slowly.

Travelling to Keveral by Car from the West
From Looe:
1) Take the B3253 heading towards Plymouth.
2) After 2 miles, after a 2nd uphill stretch and with the road bearing to the left, (just before the village of Nomansland), turn right (take care, as this is an awkward junction). This is sign-posted to Seaton, also with signs to The Monkey Sanctuary.
3) Stay on this road for 1.5 miles, passing the turn off to the Monkey Sanctuary on your right, past Bokenver Farm on your left, and 200m further, as the road bends sharply to the right, you will see the lane to Keveral straight in front of you.

Keveral Farm is half a mile further on. You pass our neighbour's house on your right, and immediately after is our car park on your right and our farmhouse in front of you. The lane is a bit rough, but this is not a problem if you drive slowly.

From Liskeard:
1) Take the A38 towards Plymouth.
2) After 1 mile, turn right onto the B3253 heading towards Looe (you need to get in the right-hand lane of the A38 to make this turn).
3) After 2 miles, take a left turn up a narrow lane (follow 'Monkey Sanctuary' signs), then straight on at the crossroads. (PLEASE NOTE: The narrow lane is NOT suitable for large vehicles or vehicles towing a trailer - continue to the next left turn, then take the next right).
4) Passing Looe Golf Course on your left, and come into the village of Nomansland.
5) At Nomansland, turn right onto the Plymouth-Looe road, but only for 50 metres, then take the left turn.
6) After 150m, at the T-junction turn left.
7) Stay on this road for 1.5 miles, passing the turn off to the Monkey Sanctuary on your right, past Bokenver Farm on your left, and 200m further, as the road bends sharply to the right, you will see the lane to Keveral straight in front of you.

Keveral Farm is half a mile down the farm lane. You pass our neighbour's house on your right, and immediately after is our car park on your right and our farmhouse in front of you. The lane is a bit rough, but this is not a problem if you drive slowly.

Using a SatNav
If you are travelling from the East and using a SatNav, you should go via Saltash and Widegates (NOT Plymouth and Seaton). Otherwise, you may get sent through Plymouth and over the Torpoint Ferry (adding at least one hour to your journey), and then from Seaton you may get sent up the green lane through the woods (not accessible by vehicles).
Postcode PL13 1PA. Google Maps marks this postcode at Penhale Farm, where there is a caravan site. Our farm lane begins 100m to the north of Penhale (in the Looe direction).


Keveral Farm
Looe, Cornwall
PL13 1PA


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