Lewtrenchard Manor Location
Map & Directions
Complimentary on site parking is available
How to get here
DIRECTIONS TO LEWTRENCHARD FROM EXETER
From the end of the M5 at Exeter take A30 for Okehampton and Bodmin. After Okehampton take the A386 junction signposted Tavistock, Plymouth and Bideford. At the T-junction at the end of the slip road, turn right and then immediately left onto old A30 signposted to Bridestowe and LEWDOWN. After 6 miles you will come into Lewdown and a 40 mile an hour speed limit. Turn left at the signpost for Lewtrenchard. Follow signs for ¾ mile. They are on the left-hand side of the road.
DIRECTIONS TO LEWTRENCHARD FROM PLYMOUTH
From Plymouth take A386 for Tavistock. From Bedford Square in Tavistock, take small road between TSB and HSBC Bank, sign posted Chillaton and Lifton. About 1 mile out of Tavistock, fork left for Chillaton. Proceed straight through Chillaton, and Lewtrenchard is approximately 3½ miles on the right hand side.
DIRECTIONS TO LEWTRENCHARD FROM CORNWALL
Join the A30, heading east towards Launceston/Okehampton. As soon as you pass over the River Tamar near Launceston (Dunheved Bridge), take the slip road off to your left sign posted Lifton. Turn right at the end of the slip road on to the old A30. Stay on this road, passing through Lifton and Portgate, until you enter Lewdown (about 6 miles). All within about 200 yards, you will pass the War Memorial on your right, then the village Stores/Post Office. Take the first turning on your right after the Post Office, signposted Lewtrenchard. Descend the hill for ¾ mile and they are on the left.
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Location & Local Attractions
They are fortunate enough to have a number of good quality golf courses close to us, to suit all levels of players.
The Camel Trail, following the old railway line from Wadebridge to Padstow is a stunning 5 mile ride, following the edge of the estuary right through to the pretty harbour at Padstow. Bikes are available to hire at either end of the ride – reception would be happy to make the necessary arrangements for you.
The Arundell Arms in the village of Lifton, approximately 5 miles from the Manor, owns 20 miles of private fishing rights on the river Tamar and its tributaries and offers a wide range of fishing courses, from the beginners introduction to tuition and ghillieing. All tackle and wader hire included where required. the reception staff would be delighted to make a booking for you, or you are welcome to make your own arrangements directly with the Arundell Arms.
Short and day long hacks are available for both beginners and experienced riders. Our close proximity to the wonderful and dramatic Dartmoor National Park offers fantastic horse riding experiences.
Clay Pigeon Shooting
A wonderful event for a stag do, or a family celebration. Our local shooting instructor can provide a shoot for groups up to 12 or for individual/couples. The clay shooting takes place on his farm, located approximately 5-10 minutes from the Manor.
This session is aimed at people with a natural curiosity for birds of prey. This is a lovely basic introduction to Falconry and birds of prey that is based around the variety of birds that David and his team have. The experience can be quite light-hearted or used to give a more serious insight into the way hunting hawks are trained and exercised. This is very hands-on with guests flying a variety of different birds of prey.