From the North:
follow the M1 to junction 6a (M25); take the M25 to junction 13 (A30); follow the signs to the A308 (Kingston) through Staines, Sunbury, Hampton Court and on to Kingston Bridge
From central London:
take the A3 to Robin Hood Roundabout
take the right lane filter onto Kingston Vale (A308)
From the South:
take the M25 to junction 9, then take the A243 to Surbiton and follow the signs to Kingston
From the South West:
take the M3 to Sunbury, then take the A308 to Hampton Court and follow the signs to Kingston
Parking at Bridle Close is limited, but there are several public car parks in Kingston town centre, including:
Several bays on Surbiton Road which are have coin operated parking meters with a maxium stay of 2 Hours in operation
The Bittoms – approximately 5 minutes walk from Bridle Close;
Drapers – to reach the Bridle Close from Drapers, walk up Kingston Hall Road, turn right at the roundabout and walk along Penrhyn Road; and turn right on to Surbiton Road
Eden Walk – a five to ten minute walk from the Bridle Close.
For full details of car parking in Kingston, please visit www.kingston.gov.uk.