Probus is 10 minutes from the main A30, just past St Austell turnoff. Take the Ladock exit from the dual carriageway. Follow signs to Ladock, and then Probus. The cottage is in Chapel Street. Opposite bright yellow building, antiques emporium (Junk and Disorderly).
Probus is approx. midway between Truro and St Austell, about 1 mile off the A390 (Truro to St Austell Road); follow signs to Probus from the roundabout. The cottage is in Chapel Street.
Probus is surprisingly easy to get to for those who wish to use public transport. The village is well served approx every 30 minutes by bus services between Truro and St Austell (buses 520, 502, 27, 27B) www.firstgroup.com; www.westerngreyhound.com. This includes a reliable late night service to Truro if you wish to see a performance at Hall for Cornwall and leave the car behind.
There is also a daily National Express service (coach route 504,315,500), www.nationalexpress.com, providing links to further destinations, including Exeter, Eastbourne, and you can get a direct coach to London Victoria! The bus stops are adjacent to the church, a few foot-steps from your door.
The nearest railway station is Truro, about 7 miles (approx 15 minutes drive), located at: Station Road, Truro, TR1 3HH (a regular bus service runs between the Station and Probus village see above). Truro station serves the main line: Penzance to London Paddington.
Local Stations Heading West
Redruth, Camborne, Hayle, St Erth & Penzance.
Local Stations Heading East
St Austell, Par, Lostwithiel, Bodmin Parkway, Liskeard (and stations onwards to Exeter and London).