We have moved! Still at Mount Edgcumbe but our new shop is now at Adventure Segway. Open daily from 10.30-5pm…come in and see us soon! Bring your order details if you have pre-paid on GROUPON as we will need these to process your order.
Please note: Tickets are now available from Adventure Segway.
Location: Flyers Disc Golf, Mount Edgcumbe, Torpoint, Cornwall PL10 1HZ
Phone: 07534 162215
Flyers Disc golf is based at Mount Edgcumbe in Torpoint, Cornwall.
From the Plymouth / Devon side there are three options to get across the water that separates Plymouth and the south East of Cornwall.
An early bird would be able to park at the free car park which is a stones throw from the slipway. The boat leaves at 1/4 to the hour and 1/4 past the hour. The 10 minute crossing cost of the ferry is £1.30 for adults and 65p for children (you pay for each crossing). Frequent users buy a voucher for £13 giving half price journeys. If the car park is full, the Royal William Yard is the closest car park (www.royalwilliamyardharbour.co.uk/ parking) and is around £5.00 for the day. Recently developed, it is host to many bustling restaurants and waterside bars and could be a nice venue for a stop off after your visit to Mount Edgcumbe.
Leaving from Devonport, the Torpoint car ferry leaves either every 15 minutes or half an hour depending on the time of day. The crossing takes 8 mins and costs £1.50 for a return journey. Frequent travellers credit a Tamar tag and crossings are half price. Landing in Torpoint, the drive to Mount Edgcumbe is well sign-posted and takes 15 minutes.
Traveling by road from Plymouth or Cornwall
Access from Plymouth via the Tamar Bridge (A38) to Trerulefoot roundabout; then via A374 and B3247 (brown signs) to Millbrook and Mount Edgcumbe. Allow 50 minutes travelling time from Saltash (40 minutes at off peak times).
Access from Cornwall, head for Liskeard then follow the A38 to Trerulefoot roundabout, then A374 (Torpoint) and B3247 (brown signs) to Millbrook and Mount Edgcumbe. Allow 45 minutes travel time from Liskeard.
FACILITIES & ACCESSIBILITY
Trust us – you’ll want to spend all day here. If your coming from Devon, start by taking one of the passenger ferries from Plymouth and discover an approach to Mount Edgcumbe by water.
OTHER ON-SITE ATTRACTIONS
Mount Edgcumbe Country Park was the earliest landscaped park in Cornwall. Today it is made up of Grade I listed gardens and 55 Grade II listed structures. What’s more – all 865 acres are free for you to discover.
If your more adventurous visit during a festival weekend, head outdoors on a mission with Survival Wisdom, play a round of Disc Golf with us, explore the National Camellia Collection or take a guided tour of the former home of the Earls of Mount Edgcumbe.
FOOD AND DRINK
ORANGERY GARDEN CAFE
Open daily 10.30am – 4.30pm.
Homemade food locally sourced and prepared daily by creative chefs. Sunday roast, brunch, lunch, high tea, afternoon tea, cream teas, coffees and homemade cakes, Callestick Farm ice cream, beer, wine and beverages. Located in the beautiful formal gardens.
Open daily 10.00am (9.00am on Saturday) – 4.00pm.
An informal place for families, friends and locals to gather and enjoy. The menu focuses on homemade, freshly prepared and locally sourced breakfasts, light lunches, hot dishes, drinks, homemade cakes and scones. Located next to Adventure Segway.
EDGCUMBE ARMS PUB
Open daily 10.00am – 11.00pm
The Edgcumbe Arms is in the hamlet of Cremyll on the banks of the River Tamar. The full menu is served every day from 12.00pm and they serve breakfast, hot drinks and coffees from 10.00am daily. On Sundays the famous Carvery is served from 12.00pm until 8.30pm.
The nearest EcoBus stop is at the Barrow Centre car park – directly opposite Adventure Segway. The Mount Edgcumbe EcoBus stops at various points around the country park Sunday – Thursday every 30 minutes.