Getting to Farnham
Farnham is in the south west corner of Surrey in the south east of England and borders the county of Hampshire. It is conveniently located, being just an hour away from London and the south coast. Farnham has good transport links.
Travelling to Farnham by:
Farnham is conveniently located for travel from the M3, A3, A31 and A287. There are a number of town centre pay and display car parks.
National Express provides a service to Farnham. See the National Express website for details about the service including timetables and how to buy tickets. Coaches travelling to Farnham can park at The Hart, near Lower Hart car park.
The railway station is located just south of the A31 on Station Hill. It is approximately a ten minute walk from the centre of town. There are regular services to London Waterloo and Alton, Hampshire. For train times see the National Rail enquiries website.
Farnham station floor plan.
Taxi ranks are situated at the railway station, at the bottom of Castle Street and in West Street (near the Holland and Barrett shop). Taxis are licensed by Waverley Borough Council. See their website for advice about travelling by taxi. Farnham station floor plan to locate taxi ranks.
London Gatwick and Heathrow Airports are both around an hour’s drive from Farnham. From Heathrow Airport take a National Express coach link to the railway station at Woking, Surrey where you can catch a direct train to Farnham. From London Gatwick Airport, take the Gatwick Express to London Victoria railway station and transfer to London Waterloo for rail services to Farnham. A National Express service also runs from London Victoria coach station to Farnham. Southampton airport is 41 miles from Farnham and Bournemouth airport is 67 miles away. Farnham is easily accessible from both airports.
The ports at Portsmouth and Southampton are approximately one hour’s drive from Farnham.
Travelling within Farnham
Travelling within and around Farnham with public transport or healthy walking and cycling routes.