Top of page Skip navigation

Buses, coaches & trains to and from Lostwithiel


Train at Lostwithiel station

Trains and buses

Lostwithiel's train station is on the main line from London Paddington to Penzance.

 A full timetable from 15th December 2019 to 16th May 2020 (Timetable K)  can be downloaded from This link

 GWR has issued a timetable showing all departures from Lostwithiel from 15th December 2019 to 16th May 2020.  A pdf version of the timetable may be downloaded via this link.

 Lostwithiel Train Times Dec 2019



Regular bus services to and from Lostwithiel are extremely limited. Details available on this webpage.


Lerryn Area Minibus

Volunteer drivers take the Lerryn Area Minibus from Lerryn via Lostwithiel to local towns, shops, garden centres and places of interest. Charges are very modest, and a phone call (01208   368393) books you a place. You can download the timetables here:

Did you know that the Lerryn Area Minibus Association runs a morning trip to St Austell on the last Friday of the month for a modest return fare of £3.00?


  • ASDA
  • B&Q
  • B&M
  • Garden Centres
  • Halfords
  • LIDL
  • Pets at Home
  • The Barnecutt’s Café
  • BANKS!

For more information  contact Annie on 01208 871272

The Minibus is also used for special trips and is available for self drive hire - visit the LAMA website for more information.


National Express coaches

If you're travelling from further afield there is a National Express coach stop in the centre of town, outside the Royal Talbot pub. Coach services 404 and 504 between Penzance and London stop in Lostwithiel. Visit the National Express website to plan your journey.


Getting to Lostwithiel by Public Transport

Connections by rail are easy from towns with mainline railway stations.

From other towns a combination of trains and buses are needed. Journey routes and times may be calculated using the Traveline South West website.



Plan your journey

To plan a train journey to and from Lostwithiel, visit the National Rail website or the Trainline.

The Traveline South West website lets you  plan journeys in the South West region by public transport.

Toggle menu