Arriving to Canterbury By Train

Trains run frequently from London Victoria/ London Bridge Train Stations, Dover and other locations in the South East to Canterbury East and Canterbury West Stations.

Information on Trains -www.nationailrail.co.uk or www.trainline.com

The nearest station to Kipps is Canterbury East from the Train Station follow the directions below or click/ print out the map below.
You can also use the google maps link or GPS link

Canterbury East Station (10 minute walk)

Turn right out of station on Station Road E and look for the sign that says "Hospital and Colleges" and follow the footpath (along Rhodaus Close). Walk over the railway bridge. (halfway up on your right)

At the end of the path turn left on to Oxford Road and then left again at Norman Road .

At the top of Norman Road turn right into Nunnery Fields, We are just up the road on the left.

Walking Distance. Approx 9mins

Canterbury West Station (30 minute walk)

Turn right out of station, and then left onto St.Dunstan's Street. Walk through the West Gate Towers, then walk to the end of the main high street to the bus station (St Georges Street).

At the roundabout, take the underpass - 2nd exit onto Upper Bridge turn left onto Dover Street, which leads onto Oaten Hill .

Walk Up Oaten Hill and cross the traffic lights leading onto Nunnery Fields. the hostel is halfway up on the left

Walking Time. Approx 27 Mins

From Heathrow, Gatwick Or Stansted

Take the train or bus to London Victoria from either airport at London Victoria Station, you can take the train or bus to Canterbury .

Arriving In Canterbury By Bus

National Express buses run from London Victoria coach station, dover and other locations in the South East to Canterbury bus station.

From Canterbury bus station, head west on St Georges Lane and turn left onto Watling Street .

Use the underpass to Old Dover Road. (3rd exit) walk along Old Dover Road ( you will see the Police Station on your right)

Turn right onto Nunnery Fields at the traffic lights. Kipps is half-way up the hill on the left.

www.nationalexpress.co.uk

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