Travelling to Andover

 

BY CAR OR MOTORBIKE
Travelling to Andover by car couldn’t be easier, with easy access to the town from the motorway network and main roads. From London, take the M3 motorway westbound before connecting onto the A303 just after Basingstoke. You’ll begin to see signposts for Andover which is just off the A303.

There are 15 car parks in Andover with free parking after 4 pm every day and all day on Sundays. Overnight parking is FREE between 4 pm until 08:30 am the following day.

Charging points for Electric vehicles are located around the town.  Click here for Further information on Andovers Car Parks.

TRAIN
It’s easy to get to Andover by train.  There are direct trains operated by South Western Railway from London Waterloo, Exeter, Salisbury and Basingstoke.  There are easy connections to Andover from other parts of the country. Visit the South Western Railway Website

LOCAL BUS SERVICE
There are regular connections to Andover from Salisbury, Basingstoke, Whitchurch, Tidworth and Amesbury. To help plan your journey by bus there is a handy journey planner on the Stagecoach (Hampshire) or the connecting Wiltshire website.

NATIONAL EXPRESS COACH
There are regular National Express coach services into Andover from London Victoria Station, Heathrow airport, Gatwick airport, Bath, Bristol and the Midlands. Take a look at the National Express website for details of timetables, fares and special offers that may also be running. Find out more on their website here.

BY PRIVATE COACH
Shepherds Spring Lane Coach Parking is by prior arrangement only as there is a locked height barrier in place. Please contact 07833 930655 to book. Coach Parking Tariff £3.50 for five hours, £7.00 all day.