West Berkshire lies at the centre of Southern England in the South East, within an hour's reach of London, Bristol, Oxford and the south coast. Transport links are excellent...it is easy to reach from all parts of the UK. The following information has been put together to help you get here stress free.
Travelling By Car
The M4 motorway crosses West Berkshire with Junction 12 (Theale), Junction 13 (Newbury) and Junction 14 (Hungerford) giving convenient access across the whole district. The Newbury by-pass links the A34, which runs through West Berkshire, with the main passageway from the south to the Midlands and beyond.
Travelling By Coach and Bus
National Express coaches stop at Calcot, Newbury and Hungerford on some of their route journeys. Call01635 30267 for details. Newbury Visitor Information Centre is a booking agent for National Express.
Travelling By Train
The major towns in West Berkshire are all served by a regular train service providing an excellent link to all parts of the country. For train enquiries call 08457 48 49 50 or or you can plan your journey with National Rail journey planner.
Easy Access By Plane
Most of the major airports in southern England are within easy reach, including Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton, Stansted, Southampton and Bournemouth.
Travelling By Boat
Good road links to major channel ports in the south and southeast of the country make West Berkshire an ideal stopping off point for those wanting to break their journey to and from the continent.