This 2-storey purpose built cement rendered building has a flat roof. The ground floor is occupied by a tourist attraction with a large sign ‘Tunnels Through Time’.
The entrance door is up a driveway on the right, and on its right pillar is a sign ‘Newquay Masonic Lodge’. The lodge room and dining room are on the first floor with the robing room inside the ground entrance. There is easy access up stairs. There is a Hearing aid system installed in the lodge room.
From the east…
On the A39 then the A3059, or the A30 then the A392, both meeting at St. Columb Minor on the A392, Henver Road. Continue on this road through the town, past the Railway Station on the left. At the next traffic lights, continue up Berry Road bearing to the right into Mount Wise. Take the third turning right into Marcus Hill; turn left at St. Michael’s Church into St. Michael’s Road. The Hall is past the Red Cross building on the left beside a small lay-by.
From the west…
Come off the A30 at Chiverton Cross roundabout. Take the A3075 to Newquay and continue into Gannel Road. Take the first right, past the Fire Station, to Mount Wise. Turn right then immediately left at traffic lights into St. George’s Road, then right into St. Michael’s Road and the Hall is on the right.
Do not park in the side driveway. The entrance to a large public car park is opposite St. Michael’s Church. There is also a public car park further along Mount Wise and the Hall is a short walk to the right down some steps. In winter, roadside parking is permitted on some yellow lines.