Getting around locally and nationally from our homes is straight forward.
Our Properties are well located and have good public transport and road links.
Public transport in the UK is very extensive with a choice of several modes of transport including a large national rail network, coaches and bus systems, along with tram and boats in some locations. Travelling in and around Britain is easy from all of our locations.
Travelling in and around the UK
There are several train companies in the UK which connects to all corners of the UK.
To plan your journey by train, use this link. This will cover both local, regional and national journeys.
There are several operators for National Coach services.
The largest and best connected is National Express. Online booking in advance will secure the best fares.
There is a value service that runs limited routes which can often have national fares across the country for as little as £1 one way.
Travel in London
London has an extensive Public Transport system run by TFL – Transport for London.
London is served by the Underground (Tube), Overground, Train, DLR (Docklands Light Railway), River boats, Trams and even a Cable Car! You can also use one of the ‘Boris’ bike cycle hire to get around and can pick up bikes around most areas in Central London.
To work out how to get around, use their easy to use ‘Plan a Journey’ link.
Just enter your start and end point and it will work out the best route.
https://www.tfl.gov.uk/ (Information on all modes of transport, fares, maps and timetables are available here)
Train information is also available for all local London routes on National Rail.
Travel in Hertfordshire
Hertfordshire has a combination of trains and local buses including options to travel directly to London airports.
To plan your journey in Hertfordshire, use Intalink which has bus and train information.
Train information is also available for all local Hertfordshire routes on National Rail.
Travel in the West Midlands
Birmingham and the surrounding areas are well served by local bus routes and trains and trams.
Traveline has an easy to use Journey planner to help you work out the best route
Train information is also available for all local West Midlands routes on National Rail.
There are many International Airports across the UK and with excellent coach and rail links to each, you can plan your travel for business, pleasure and leisure easily from any of our properties.
Heathrow Airport (West of London) http://www.heathrowairport.com
Gatwick Airport (South of London) http://www.gatwickairport.com
Luton Airport (North of London) http://www.london-luton.co.uk
Stansted Airport (Far East of London) http://www.stanstedairport.com
London City Airport (East London) http://www.londoncityairport.com
Here are some of the low cost carriers and sites that serve these airports and where flights can be booked
The Eurostar can be taken directly to a variety of locations across Europe including Paris and Brussels. It is located at Kings Cross St Pancras, which is just 1 stop from London Euston (Direct train from Birmingham) and served by several national train and London underground lines.