Bere Alston

The area around Bere Alston is renowned for natural resource and mining and is famous for its first planned mining settlement in Britain.

Sights and places of interest

Enrich your day out to Bere Alston by visiting or looking out for:

  • Okeltor 19th century arsenic, copper and tin mine
  • Bohetherick lime kiln with adjacent quay and ancillary buildings, 140m south east of Cotehele Bridge
  • Gawton arsenic mine and flue
  • Cotehele, Chapel in the Woods
  • BARN ABOUT 25 METRES SOUTH EAST OF COTEHELE HOUSE
  • Cotehele
  • Cotehele Mill
  • COTEHELE HOUSE
  • RETAINERS COURT AND SCREEN WALL ATTACHED TO NORTH
  • Morwellham Quay: transport infrastructure, part of the water control system and a manganese mill

Planning your journey

Facilities at Bere Alston station

General facilities at Bere Alston station
Facility Available
Car Park Monday To Friday - 24 Hours
Saturday - 24 Hours
Sunday - 24 Hours
Cycle Storage 4 spaces

Please note cycles can be carried on our trains free of charge restriction apply, pick up “Cycling by Trains” leaflet at your local station.
Toilets
Baby Change
Staffing unstaffed
Waiting Room
Seated Area
ATM Machine
Tourist Information
Shops

Accessible travel

Accessible facilities at Bere Alston station
Facility Available
Staff Help Available Monday To Friday - Unknown Hours
Saturday - Unknown Hours
Sunday - Unknown Hours
Impaired Mobility Set Down Yes.
Set- Down / Pick up Points are available at the station entrance
Ramp For Train Access Yes.
Step Free Access Step free Category A station - step free access available to single platform from car park
Wheelchairs Available
National Key Toilets
Induction Loop
Accessible Taxis Accessible taxis are not available
Accessible Ticket Machines
Height Adjusted Ticket Office Counter
Nearest Stations With More Facilities Plymouth Station is fully accessible
~ For the travellers ~