By train

Main line trains from London
• Blackfriars/Peckham etc to Shoreham (Kent)
• Victoria to Otford
• Charing Cross to Sevenoaks

Taxi Service: Beeline Taxis 01732 456214

Walking map from station

Walking from Shoreham Station

Go down the stairs to the right as you come out of the station, turn right and follow that road down the hill past the entrance to the golf course on your left. On your left about 50 yards after the golf course there's a footpath through the wood, across the golf course and the cricket pitch. When you get to the track after the cricket pitch turn right. At the fork in the road take the left lane with the sign pointing to the 'Quadrangle'. Come through the gate at the bottom of the hill and into the yard. Approx 15 minutes.

Walking from Otford Station

Come out of the station building, with the car park on your left, turn right and follow the road out from the station on to the main road. Turn left and walk 70 yards to the roundabout/the Woodman pub. Cross to the right side of the road and continue down the High Street. About 60 yards past the roundabout turn right onto the small lane (sign-posted as a bridal way) after ‘The Otford Antique and Collectors Centre’. Follow this track out of the village.
When the lane turns sharp left continue straight on through the gate following the footpath and bridle way signs. Continue on this path through the fields and golf course until you reach a tarmac lane. Turn left and then, at the fork in the lane, take the left fork following the sign to The Quadrangle. Come through the gate at the bottom of the hill and into the yard. Approx 25 minutes.

Driving from London

A20, follow signs to West Kingsdown, Farningham (DON’Tcontinue onto the M20). M25 exit following signs to Brands Hatch and A20 (not M20). From the A20 turn right onto A225 to Eynsford. The sharp right turn to the Quadrangle is about half a mile after Shoreham station, opposite Fackenden Lane. As you go down the lane and through the golf course there's a fork in the road- take the left lane with the sign pointing to the Quadrangle. Come through the gate (it opens automatically) at the bottom of the hill and into the yard. The Quadrangle Trust owns the first set of buildings in front of you and to the left. (others are our neighbours or are tenanted- see boundary lines below).

*warning – don’t rely on satnav to this post code

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