The Rugby Groud Guide

Travel

 

Rail: Penzance is the last stop on the main rail link from London Paddington; about 51/2 hours away

 Penzance station is a 10/15 walk from the stadium

Follow the shoreline westwards until the Beachfield Hotel, then turn right into Alexandra Road. The ground is a short distance on the left.

There are taxis at the station, and a ride to the Mennaye will cost about £4

Great Western Trains (Wales-London-S W England)

Night Riviera Sleeper (Paddington-Penzance)

www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk

Cross Country Trains (Cornwall-Midlands-Scotland-Wales)

www.crosscountrytrains.co.uk

 

Road: Follow the sea road (via the harbour), past the   "Jubilee" Bathing Pool to end of the promenade until mini-roundabout at Beachfield Hotel.

Then turn right and ground is 250 yards on the left.

Parking
The main entry gate car park just off Alexandra Road provides limited parking only, but it can accommodate a number of disabled badge holders for a charge of £3.

Isles of Scilly Car Park £3.
Western end of the promenade at Wherrytown (the old 'Jewson' site), three minutes walk from the ground. Recommended as it is private and offers a degree of security.

Open from 2 hours before kick off, depending upon numbers using the car park.
All users will be told closing time when they enter the car park.

Public Car Park
West end of the promenade opposite the Co-op (3 minutes)

Other Car Parks
Penlee Car Park - short pleasant 4mins walk through the park to ground
The centre of town car parks near St. John’s Hall (8 minutes)
Large harbour car park near the railway station (15 minutes comfortable walk)
Opposite the outdoor bathing pool on the east end of the promenade (8 minutes)

 

Last Updated July 2016

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

 

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