How to Find Penjoly
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Penjoly Guest House
Padstow
If you wish to avoid the M5 Bristol bottleneck take this option, leave the M5 at junction 15 this is just before the RAC tower, take the M4 to South Wales you should be in the right hand lane. Join the M4 for two junctions and leave on the second exit heading for the M49 towards Avonmouth and the South-West. The M49 filters back onto the M5 (keep to the left-hand lane) you rejoin at the bottom of the Avonmouth Bridge. •Exit the M5 at junction 31 and join the A30 Please note that you do not have to leave the M5, you automatically filter onto the A30 by bearing left at junction 31. •Leave the A30 after approximately (44) miles onto the A395 sign posted Camelford and Wadebridge. The exit is just outside Launceston and the road layout has recently been changed so you just leave the A30 by a left exit (Kennards House), which flows, into the new road layout.At the small island turn right onto the next Small Island and turn left, stay on the A395 through Camelford and head for Wadebridge, which is 10 miles from Camelford. Just before Wadebridge there is and island, turn right onto the A39 (Padstow is now sign posted) over the Camel Estuary up the hill, until you see a sign post for Padstow turning right heading for St. Issey and Little Petherick.  You will drive through St. Issey and when you pass through Little Petherick you go up the hill to a ‘T’ junction, turn right on to the A389. Just over a mile you will see a sign for Padstow Holiday Park turn right, before the sign and you will enter the drive way for Penjoly Cottage Guest House.
Where to Find Us: Penjoly Guest House enjoys a rural location in the North Cornwall countryside one mile outside from the coastal resort of Padstow. and seven miles from town of Wadebridge
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How to Find Penjoly
Welcome | Accommodation | Breakfast Menu |  Local Area | Find Us | Contact Us | Tariff & Terms | Site Map Website designed and realized by Kestrel © Kestrel Solutions / Penjoly Guest House 2012-2017.  
Penjoly Guest House
Padstow
If you wish to avoid the M5 Bristol bottleneck take this option, leave the M5 at junction 15 this is just before the RAC tower, take the M4 to South Wales you should be in the right hand lane. Join the M4 for two junctions and leave on the second exit heading for the M49 towards Avonmouth and the South- West. The M49 filters back onto the M5 (keep to the left- hand lane) you rejoin at the bottom of the Avonmouth Bridge. •Exit the M5 at junction 31 and join the A30 Please note that you do not have to leave the M5, you automatically filter onto the A30 by bearing left at junction 31. •Leave the A30 after approximately (44) miles onto the A395 sign posted Camelford and Wadebridge. The exit is just outside Launceston and the road layout has recently been changed so you just leave the A30 by a left exit (Kennards House), which flows, into the new road layout.At the small island turn right onto the next Small Island and turn left, stay on the A395 through Camelford and head for Wadebridge, which is 10 miles from Camelford. Just before Wadebridge there is and island, turn right onto the A39 (Padstow is now sign posted) over the Camel Estuary up the hill, until you see a sign post for Padstow turning right heading for St. Issey and Little Petherick.  You will drive through St. Issey and when you pass through Little Petherick you go up the hill to a ‘T’ junction, turn right on to the A389. Just over a mile you will see a sign for Padstow Holiday Park turn right, before the sign and you will enter the drive way for Penjoly Cottage Guest House.
Where to Find Us: Penjoly Guest House enjoys a rural location in the North Cornwall countryside one mile outside from the coastal resort of Padstow and seven miles from town of Wadebridge.
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