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How to get to Cawsand GuitarFest

By car: Take A38 to Plymouth and cross the Tamar Bridge or take the A38 to Plymouth and take the Torpoint Ferry. Exact directions will be given when booking.

Train: Take a train to Plymouth Station, then a short taxi ride (will nor cost much) to the Admiral's Hard . Catch the regular passenger ferry to Cremyll (only 5/10mins crossing, costing £1.50) and you can be collected by prior arrangement with Alison or take a taxi or walk to the Barbican (old harbour part of Plymouth) and take the Cawsand Ferry (Western Maid), a delightful 30mins passenger ferry trip landing on Cawsand beach (£4). Please be aware there are certain times for this ferry, so depending on your train arrival, this may or may not be possible!

Coach: The National Express runs a service to Plymouth as does the Mega Bus. You can then follow the same instructions as arriving by train. There is also a bus service from Plymouth to Cawsand.

About Guitarfest

Cawsand Bay Guitarfest an exciting classical guitar weekend by the sea, on the stunning Rame Peninsula, with Craig Ogden, Vida Guitar Quartet & Alison Smith.

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Cawsand and Ramehead - Cornwall