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Travelling to Pynes House
Arriving by car:
From Exeter city centre, take the A377 signposted to Crediton, passing the University on your right.
At the Cowley Bridge mini roundabout, take the first left towards Crediton. After approximately 500 yards, take the first turn on the right, signposted to Upton Pyne and Brampford Speke.
After 400 yards, you will see a sharp right turn, heading to the South West Water Works. Instead of taking that turn, turn through the two stone pillars next to the Lodge. Follow the drive round to the left and Pynes House is in front of you.
Sat nav users beware: your device may try to send you to the South West Water Works!
Arriving by train:
Pynes House is located two miles from Exeter St David’s railway station.
First Great Western offers services between Exeter St David’s and London Paddington, Reading and Cornwall.
CrossCountry offers services between Exeter St David’s and Bristol, Birmingham and the north of England.
A taxi rank is available at the station entrance.
Arriving by air:
Pynes House is just eight miles from Exeter International Airport.
A taxi stand is situated outside the Arrivals hall and several car rental firms have offices on site.
For those arriving into London Heathrow, the best way to reach Exeter is by train from Reading railway station. RailAir coaches run a regular shuttle service between station and airport. Alternatively, the Heathrow Express train service will take you into London Paddington, where you can change to a fast train to Exeter St David’s railway station.
For flights into London Gatwick, the Gatwick Express will take you by train to London Victoria. The London Underground Circle Line will take you from Victoria to Paddington, where you can board a train to Exeter St David’s.