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 4-6 Station Approach
 TW15 2QN
 United Kingdom

01784 605000 (landlord)

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The property is located in Ashford Middlesex, near Staines in West London.

It is 30 minutes by direct train from London Waterloo, and within minutes of the M25, M4 and M3 motorways, and London's Heathrow Airport.

Travel By Car

From the M25

  1. Leave the M25 at Junction 13 and head in towards London and Staines on the A30 dual carriageway.
  2. At the "Crooked Billet Roundabout" (with the Crooked Billet pub on the left) continue straight on for about one mile to a set of traffic lights (with a Harvester pub on the right).
  3. Turn right at these lights.
  4. Follow instructions below "From the A30".

From London

  1. Join the A30 from the A4 in West London.
  2. After passing Heathrow Airport on the right, continue along the A30 until a set of traffic lights with Ashford Hospital on the right and a Harvester pub on the left.
  3. Turn left and follow the instruction below "From the A30".

From the A30

Having turned off the A30 onto the B378 "Stanwell Road" towards Ashford, take the 4th turning on the right, just before the pedestrian crossing. Go past Focus Do It All on the left, up and over the railway bridge, and down to a mini roundabout. Turn left into Woodthorpe Road. Along on the left is Station Approach (leading to the station at the end). We are located on the right.


  • There is two hours free parking in the spaces in Station Approach, directly outside the building.

  • The British Rail car park opposite generally has spaces, and is cheaper after 10.45am. Buy your ticket from the machine at the entrance to the car park to save yourself a walk back for a ticket. Alternatively, purchase a ticket from the station ticket office.

  • Alternatively there is two-hour parking in the local streets or a multi-storey car park in the High Street, opposite Spelthorne College (five minute walk).

Travel by Train

Ashford Middlesex is on the main line from London Waterloo to Windsor or Reading. At Waterloo you will board the train on a high-numbered platform, usually 16-19.

Please make sure you purchase a ticket to 'Ashford, Middlesex', not Ashford, Kent.

Ashford is one stop outside the travelcard zones and so will require an 'extension' if using a travelcard. There are usually four trains an hour and the journey takes about 30 minutes.

As you leave the station, the building is immediately on the left hand side of Station Approach.

To plan your journey, click on the 'Planning your Journey' section at National Rail Enquiries Online »

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