Getting to Wynngarth Farmhouse could not be easier.
Wynngarth Farmhouse is within easy reach of three of the largest airports in the UK.
By road: Follow signs for the M23 towards London. Turn off at junction 8 onto the M25 anticlockwise towards Ashford. Keep on the M25 for Dartford, or turn off at junction 5 for the M26/M20 for Folkestone.
By rail: Take a local train from the airport station via Redhill to Tonbridge and Maidstone West. Or take the Gatwick Express to London Victoria, where you can take another train on to Dartford, the Medway towns and Canterbury.
By road: From terminals 1, 2 & 3, follow signs for the M4. Proceed west (signposted Bristol) but turn off at the next junction (4b) onto the M25. Travel anticlockwise (signposted Reigate). Stay on the M25 for Dartford or follow M26/M20 signs for Folkestone. From terminal 4 follow signs onto the M25. Travel anticlockwise south (signposted Reigate) and then on into Kent.
By rail: Take the Heathrow Express train to London Paddington station. Take a taxi or "the tube" (subway) to Charing Cross station. From here trains go all over Kent.
By road: Follow signs for the M11 towards London. Turn off onto the M25 clockwise (signposted Dartford) at junction 6. Cross the QE2 toll bridge and turn off onto the A2/M2 to Canterbury or the M20 at junction 3 for Folkestone or go to junction 5 for Sevenoaks.
By rail: Take a train from the airport station to London Liverpool Street. Take a taxi or "the underground" (subway) to Charing Cross. From here there is a choice of trains to all parts of Kent.
Further information on flights and airlines can be found from the following sources:
Kent is also well served by rail and road.
Should you choose to let the train take the strain, there are a number of train operators providing frequent, high speed services to all parts of Kent.
With the Channel ports & Channel Tunnel only a short trip away, Wynngarth Farmhouse also provides the ideal stopover for travellers to and from the Continent. Information on ferry operators & Eurostar trains can be found from the following:
Arriving by train or plane means you won't have your own car available. To help you explore the beautiful countryside, towns and villages hire a car from any of the following companies:
Kent and Maidstone are well served by a good motorway network. Up to date information on traffic and travel is available from the following national breakdown organisations:
You can also reach Kent & Maidstone by coach. Further details can be found by following the links below:
There are also a number of local bus operators and taxi services available to transfer you to and from airports and railway stations. Local bus operators also offer special tours allowing you to explore the beauty of the Garden of England.