Cranleigh, 159 Newbridge Hill, Bath, BA1 3PX


Getting Here By Train or Coach

Bath’s main station is BATH SPA with direct trains from BRISTOL, READING & LONDON PADDINGTON up to every 30 miuntes. Other regular services from the South West, South Wales and connections from the north via Bristol Temple Meads. To find further information on train routes, timetable and tickets visit:thetrainline

Bath Bus Station is located on Dorchester Steet next to Bath Spa rail station.

Further information about taxi’s & buses from Bath Spa / Bath Bus Station. 


Getting Here By Air

The UK’s major international hub is LONDON HEATHROW with flights to/from most destinations around the world. Bath has good links to Heathrow normally taking less than 2 hours via the M4 motorway. It is also possible to get to Bathby train from Heathow via London Paddingtion or Reading.

British Airways is a full service airline which serves most major European and International destination to/from Heathrow.

Bath’s nearest airport is BRISTOL AIRPORT with flights to/from UK domestic and European designations. There is an hourly bus service from Bristol Airport to Bath. You can alight the bus at the junction Newbridge Road / Apsley Road / Rudmore Park and walk up Apsley Road to Newbridge Hill.


Getting Here, By Car

We are located on the A431, 1 1/2 miles west of the City Centre. You can get personalised driving directions provided by Google Maps. The postcode for satalite navigations is BA1 3PX.

If you need to hire a car Hertz Rent-a-Car have locations at all major UK airport and two locations in Bath including; Bath Spa train station.


Driving Directions


Leaving Bath via Queens Square (with Francis Hotel and Obelisk), look for signs towards A4 Bristol, Newbridge, Weston or Royal United Hospital. At 2nd set of traffic lights at “The Weston” pub the road forks – take the right fork onto the A431, and at mini roundabout exit slightly LEFT.
CRANLEIGH is about 1/4 mile on LEFT (on A431)


(This saves at least half an hour plus MUCH frustration)

Leave M4 at Junction 18 and take the A46 to BATH, through the village of PENNSYLVANIA.
At next ROUNDABOUT turn RIGHT on A420 towards BRISTOL and after 1/3 mile follow sign to filter LEFT to “LANSDOWN Park and Ride”. Along this country lane – road dips down then rises to T junction – bear LEFT and UP hill along a flat plain, past the Racecourse & Golf course then road bends left. There is a large pub called the Blathwayt Arms on the right.
About 300 yards/metres past pub take RIGHT turn at new junction to WESTON. Going down the hill, passengers can admire the view, driver keep eyes on the road. At bottom of hill there is a mini roundabout: take LEFT exit. Go through village & past pedestrian crossing and “Crown and Anchor” pub then turn RIGHT into ANCHOR ROAD which becomes PENN HILL ROAD. (Signposted BRISTOL)
At the end of this road (approx. half a mile) turn LEFT at T junction.
CRANLEIGH is 500 yards on RIGHT.


Down towards Bath on A36 & keeping LEFT following sign A36 BRISTOL & CITY CENTRE.
At next junction LEFT on A36 (A4) to BRISTOL. Just carry on, over roundabout, under bridge, still following signs A36 (A4) BRISTOL
Left under Railway Arches, past Toyota & Renault garages, signs change to A4 BRISTOL. Past MITSUBISHI garage, keep to centre lane and after BMW garage, at next lights, turn RIGHT to BRISTOL A4 (A431). Over the bridge, past Gas storage tanks (on right) and at lights turn LEFT to BRISTOL A4 (A431).
At next lights (with “The Weston” pub on your left) take RIGHT fork to BITTON A431, at mini roundabout bear left A431 Bitton & Kelston.
CRANLEIGH is about 1/4 mile on LEFT


As you near Bath look for and follow sign to PARK & RIDE (NEWBRIDGE). Take the FIRST LEFT after the Park & Ride entrance, (Old Newbridge Hill). This steep hill has a sharp bend to the right. At the T junction at the top of hill, turn RIGHT.
CRANLEIGH is 50 yards on RIGHT