Cycling to Keveral from Plymouth
If you are cycling from Plymouth, cross the River Tamar on the Torpoint Ferry (free), and take the A374 from Torpoint to Antony, then go left to reach the coast road, passing through Crafthole and Downderry before reaching Seaton.
There is also the option of taking the Cremyl Ferry to Mt. Edgcumbe (2021: adults 2 pounds, bikes 1 pound). The first few miles will be on quieter and more scenic roads compared to the Torpoint Ferry option.
Do NOT cycle along the A38 from Plymouth.
Getting to Keveral from Seaton by foot and bike
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THIS IS NOT THE ROUTE FOR CARS. Motor vehicles from Seaton must take Looe Hill (by the beach)
From the seafront, facing the sea, you go right (westwards), and after passing Looe Hill on your left, you then walk up Keveral Lane, also on your left. Where Keveral Gardens goes off to the left, you go to the right and continue uphill. When the houses end, the path continues through the woods to the farm. You will see the Orchard Camping to your left before you reach the farmhouse, which is at the top of the hill.
The walk takes 15 minutes.