|Distance||228 miles (367 km)|
|Average train duration||5 h 1 min|
|Average train ticket price||£85 (€98)|
|Train frequency||9 a day|
|Direct train||Yes, there are 9 direct trains a day|
|Train providers||Great Western Railway|
Trains from London to Newquay cover the 228 miles (367 km) long route taking on average 5 h 1 min with our travel partners like Great Western Railway. Normally, there are 9 trains operating per day, including direct services available. While the average ticket price for this journey costs around £85, you can find the cheapest train ticket for as low as £74. Travellers depart most frequently from London Victoria and arrive in Newquay.
Trains from London to Newquay leave in the morning giving you time to explore your destination. You can find two options every day of the week except on Saturdays when you will only be able to travel at around 10:04 a.m. It takes around 5h to travel the 228 miles (367 km) from London Paddington to Newquay and there is no direct train which means you will have to stop on your journey.
If you are looking to travel from Monday to Friday, you will be able to choose from two trains. The first train leaves London Paddington at around 8:04 a.m. and the second train leaves London Paddington at around 10:04 a.m. On Saturday there is only one train, which leaves London Paddington at around 10:04 a.m. On Sundays, there are three trains that leave London Paddington. The first departs at around 8:51 a.m., and the last train leaves at around 11:03 a.m.
The train from London to Newquay takes between 5h and 6h to get to your destination depending on the day. If you travel during the week the train will have one stop in Par and it will take you around 5h to get to Newquay, but if you decide to travel at the weekend the journey time may be a bit longer, and you may have to add a stop in Newton Abbot if you take the train that departs at around 11:03 a.m. on Sunday.
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Departure train station: The trains for this route from London to Newquay depart from London Paddington, a central train station that is situated in the Paddington area and is open 24/7. It has easy connections with London Underground. The journey from London to Newquay is about 5h with a common stop in the majority of the options. The London Paddington train station is managed by the Great Western Railway company and the station has free toilets and baby changing facilities. It also has showers that are open from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. and you will find them on platform 12. The station also has a waiting room on platform 12, as well as vending machines and a water fountain.
Arrival train station: The trains arrive at Newquay railway station, which is also managed by the Great Western Railway company. It is the last stop of the Atlantic Coast Line from Par, and the station offers a coffee shop where you can buy refreshments, but it does not have public toilets. There are ramps to help you move around the station if you have reduced mobility, including disembarking from the train. The station offers free Wi-Fi and has a post box, and tickets can be bought from the ticket office and collected if pre ordered.
There is only one train company that travels from London to Newquay, and it is the Great Western Railway company. The Great Western Railway is a British railway company that manages around 200 train stations across England and Wales, including London Paddington, where the train departs from, and Newquay railway station, where the train arrives on this journey.
The Great Western Railway company is the only company that provides trains for the journey from London to Newquay. From Monday to Friday there are two trains that leave London Paddington and arrive at Newquay Railway Station. They both leave in the morning at around 8:04 a.m. and 10:04 a.m. If you travel at the weekend, there is only one train, which leaves at around 10:04 a.m. and on Sundays there are three, with the inclusion of a train that leaves at around 11:03 a.m. On average, the journey will take around 5h, but on some journeys, it can increase up to 6h due to changes. On the Great Western Railway service, you will have to change as there are no direct trains for this long journey.
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Newquay is a town full of fun activities and sights worth seeing, making your journey to Newquay by train all the more worthwhile. There are dozens of beaches to choose from, but one of the most popular has to be Fistral Beach, where you can try your hand at surfing, then relax in the Stable Pub or eat out at Rick Stein’s Fistral Beach Restaurant.
If you are interested in seeing a bit of history during your time in Newquay, then we recommend you visit the Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre, which is a historical military museum where you can actually sit in the planes to pose for photos. Located on the coast, Newquay is renowned for have great seafood, and the trip to Newquay wouldn’t be complete without eating at The Fish House Fistral, one of the most popular restaurants in the town that is famous for its sea food. If you would prefer to try something a little different, don’t worry, as the Toast Tapas and Bar can cover the rest, over a variety of international and British food and drinks to keep you happy.
If you plan on cycling to London Paddington station, or maybe when you arrive at Newquay, then you will be pleased to know that you can bring your bike on board if you make a reservation when you book your ticket. Wi-Fi services are available on board while traveling, allowing you to take care of any business you need to finish, or simply stay connected to the outside world while you travel. Animal lovers will be pleased to know that each customer can bring up to two dogs, cats, or other domestic animals on board the train from London to Newquay, for free.
Your pets will need to be on a lead, or in a rigid pet carrier. Food and drink services are available on this journey from London to Newquay, including snacks and refreshment drinks. Baby changing facilities are available on board the train and you are asked to bring easily stored buggies so that they can be stored in the luggage compartments. Passengers with reduced mobility can ask for assistance in boarding and disembarking form the train. First class tickets are available for this journey and include free Wi-Fi, reclining chairs, and complimentary food and drinks. You are permitted to bring two suitcases and one hand luggage item on the train. If you want to brink any specialist equipment like hiking or surfing gear, then you may have to pay an extra fee.
One way to find cheap train tickets from London to Newquay would be to always try to book them in advance. Tickets are generally cheaper when you book them in advance, and this may be a savvy way to save money.
Another way to find cheap train tickets from London to Newquay is to try and be flexible with your travel dates. There are trains from London to Newquay every day and they generally leave at the same times in the morning, so if you can leave some flexibility as to which day you travel, you will find cheaper tickets for the journey from London to Newquay. As there are no direct trains on this journey, you will definitely have to change, but if you consider taking the slower train on Sundays, which takes about 6h to arrive, then you may be able to find cheaper tickets for this journey and save some money.
Omio customers travelling this route book their trains from London Victoria to Newquay.
Passengers board the train most frequently from London Victoria, which is located around 1.2 miles (2 km) away from the city centre, and they get off the train at Newquay, located 0.3 miles (521 m) away from the city centre.
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