There are 3 ways to get from Plymouth to Bantham by bus, taxi or car
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Line 875 bus • 1 h 38 min
Taxi • 37 min
$100 - $130
1 alternative option
Drive • 37 min
$4 - $7
Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from Plymouth to Bantham is to drive which costs £3 - £6 and takes 37 min.
The quickest way to get from Plymouth to Bantham is to taxi which costs £80 - £100 and takes 37 min.
Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Plymouth City Centre, Royal Parade and arriving at Bigbury-on-Sea, Mount Folly Farm. Services depart once a week, and operate Friday. The journey takes approximately 1 h 20 min.
The distance between Plymouth and Bantham is 14 miles. The road distance is 22.1 miles.
The best way to get from Plymouth to Bantham without a car is to line 875 bus which takes 1 h 38 min and costs .
The line 875 bus from Plymouth City Centre, Royal Parade to Bigbury-on-Sea, Mount Folly Farm takes 1 h 20 min including transfers and departs once a week.
Plymouth to Bantham bus services, operated by Tally Ho!, depart from Plymouth City Centre, Royal Parade station.
Plymouth to Bantham bus services, operated by Tally Ho!, arrive at Bigbury-on-Sea, Mount Folly Farm station.
Yes, the driving distance between Plymouth to Bantham is 22 miles. It takes approximately 37 min to drive from Plymouth to Bantham.
There are 1001+ hotels available in Bantham. Prices start at $154 USD per night.
What companies run services between Plymouth, England and Bantham, England?
Tally Ho! operates a bus from Plymouth to Bantham once a week, and the journey takes 1 h 20 min.
Bus from Plymouth City Centre, Royal Parade to Bigbury-on-Sea, Mount Folly Farm
- Ave. Duration
- 1 h 20 min
- Once a week
- Schedules at
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