There are many easy and convenient ways to visit The Friary Guildford.
If you are using sat nav, the centre's postcode is GU1 4YT.
FROM THE NORTH
Take the M6 south onto the M42 leaving at junction 7a onto the M40. Leave the M40 at junction 1a onto the M25. Follow the M25 until junction 10 where you need to join the A3. Once on the A3 follow signs to Guildford and head towards the town centre.
FROM THE EAST
Take the A11 London bound until you meet the M11. Take the M11 until junction 6 where you join the M25. Follow the M25 until junction 10 where you need to join the A3. Once on the A3 follow signs to Guildford and head towards the town centre.
FROM THE SOUTH
Take the A303 London bound then merge onto the M3. Leave the M3 at junction 4 onto the A331. Once on the A331 follow signs to Guildford and head towards the town centre.
FROM THE WEST
Take the M4 London bound leaving at junction 10 onto the A329 signposted Bracknell. Continue on the A329 until you reach the A322 signposted Bagshot. Once on the A322 follow signs to Guildford and head towards the town centre.
Look out for the following bus numbers, they’ll drop you right on our doorstep:
Routes 3, 4 & 5 Serving - Guildford Town Centre, Guildford Train Station, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Park Barn and Bellfields.
Route 28 Serving - Woking, Horsell, Knaphill, Brookwood, Grange Park Estate and Cathedral Hill business park.
Routes 21, 22, 24, 25 & 32 Serving - Guildford Centre, Shalford, Chilworth, Albury, Shere, Gomshall, Abinger Hammer, Westcott, Dorking, Brockham Green, Reigate and Redhill.
Routes 42 & 44 Serving- Guildford Centre, Peasmarsh, Farncombe, Godalming, Dunsfold, Plaistow, Loxwood, Alfold, Elmbridge and Cranliegh.
For specific information on bus times and routes, call Guildford Traveline on 0871 200 2233.
Guildford is conveniently situated on the main London Waterloo to Portsmouth line. The Friary is an easy two-minute walk from Guildford train station, simply follow the signposts for the town centre once you leave the train station.
For details on train times to Guildford please click here or contact National Rail enquiries on 08457 484950.
The Friary is located at the heart of Guildford town centre. We are bordered by Onslow Street, North Street and Commercial Road. Google maps can be relied upon to plot good pedestrian routes to the centre from a variety of locations within the town.
Park and Ride
The town centre can be very congested and one of the easiest ways to reach The Friary is by Park and Ride. There are four Park and Ride locations around Guildford with regular buses into the city. Full information on Park and Ride click here.