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Getting to Totnes

Please be climate aware and offset your flight by for example, planting trees. Or travel by train for a 10% discount on your course- discount refunded on presentation of your train tickets on arrival at the school.

Our Transfers:

Travelling on your own:

 

Exeter Airport: the closest airport to Totnes, only 40 minutes away by car.  You can travel by taxi, bus or train from Exeter airport to your accommodation.

Bristol Airport: about 2 hours from Totnes by train or taxi. We suggest two different ways to get to Totnes from Bristol airport by public transport:

1. Take the Bristol Airport Flyer to Bristol Temple Meads train station and get a train direct to Totnes. This takes around 3-3.5 hours depending on the time of your flight, or

2. Take the Falcon coach directly from the airport towards Plymouth, getting off the coach at the Marley Head junction on the A38. A member of the school team or your host family will collect you from there and bring you back to Totnes. This also takes around 3 hours and is the cheapest option

London Heathrow:  If you arrive at Heathrow, we suggest three different ways to get to Totnes from LHR airport by public transport:

1. Take the  National Express  bus is the easiest and cheapest way to get to Totnes from London Heathrow, as the 501 service goes direct from the airport. Just look for the central bus station in the airport.  The journey is about 5-6 hours and costs approximately £26 one way, or

2. Take the bus from Heathrow to Reading train station, and get a train from Reading to Totnes (around 3.5 hours), or y

3. You can get the Heathrow Express train directly to Paddington and a train down to Totnes (about 3.5 hours).

We are happy to advise you on how to get to Totnes- send us your flight details and we will help you find the quickest or cheapest way.