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Newquay to Wadebridge, Camelford & Bude – Bus route 95 from Transport for Cornwall.

Route 95 from Transport for Cornwall

  • This route serves Rolling hills
  • This route serves the Seaside

Explore the stunning Cornish coast and countryside on a mammoth three-hour journey from Newquay.

Travel anywhere on this route for just £2 between January and December 2024!

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This scenic route runs all year long


Buses run hourly Newquay to Wadebridge and two hourly onwards to Bude

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Route 95 Newquay to Wadebridge, Boscastle & Bude

Explore the stunning Cornish coast and countryside on a mammoth three-hour journey from Newquay.

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Explore the town, beaches and countryside from Wadebridge, a traditional Cornish town on the River Camel with a strong community spirit and even stronger history.

Only 8 miles from the coast, it’s the perfect base from which to enjoy Cornwall’s stunning beaches while also having the town’s many independent shops and delicious places to eat on your doorstep.

The river Camel is the hub for activity in the town and is a popular rest-stop roughly half-way along the Camel Trail – 17 miles of off-road track between Padstow and Bodmin, popular with cyclists, runners and walkers of all ages who enjoy the sights and sounds of the peaceful riverside route. It conversely boasts Cornwall’s highest number of independent shops and boutiques!

Often included in the Sunday Times’ Best Places to Live list, it won’t take you long to realise why the locals love it.

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Camelford is an attractive, ancient town, which runs between Bude and Wadebridge.

As implied by the name, the town is situated on the River Camel. This name was believed to have been a contraction of Camalanford, from cam, meaning crooked, alan, meaning beautiful, and ford. The symbol of the camel, as seen on the Town Hall weather vane, has often been used in connection with the town, but the name has nothing whatsoever to do with camels.

The town lies on the edge of Bodmin Moor and is about six miles inland from the rugged North Cornwall coast, with the delightful villages of Boscastle and Tintagel within easy reach.

Legend has it that King Arthur and his Knights are a part of North Cornwall history, and that Camelford was the Camelot, of legend. The truth will never be known, although there was a warrior king who died in a bloody battle at Slaughter Bridge, just outside Camelford. This real king’s name was never known, so could it have been Arthur?

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This listing was last updated on 26th August 2023

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