Getting Here

Cygnet Hospital Godden Green

Directions by car

From North and West

M25 – Junction 5, A21
then A25 to Sevenoaks
Continue along A25 towards Riverhead.
At roundabout left A25 Maidstone/Borough Green.
Next roundabout right A25 Maidstone/Borough Green.
At 2nd Junction traffic lights turn right into Seal Hollow Road, signposted Godden Green.
Take 2nd left into Blackhall Lane (red telephone box on corner).
At T junction turn right past “Bucks Head” Public House.
Take left fork at sign to Godden Green Clinic and then take 5th drive on left.

From East

M20 take M26 – junction 3,
then Sevenoaks A25 – junction 2A.
Follow signs for Sevenoaks A25.
As you come down the hill into Seal note signpost to Godden Green.
Take very sharp left into Park Lane.
Keep right and continue until you pass “Bucks Head” Public House (on right).
Take left fork at sign to Cygnet Hospital Godden Green and then take 5th drive on left.

From South

A21 and then A225 to Sevenoaks.
Into Sevenoaks town centre take right fork A225 Otford, through High Street.
After junction traffic lights take right fork into Seal Hollow Road.
After half mile turn right into Blackhall Lane (red telephone box on opposite corner).
At T junction turn right past “Bucks Head” Public House on right.
Take left fork at sign to Cygnet Hospital Godden Green and then take 5th drive on left.

Directions by train

Connex South Eastern – Charing Cross to Hastings
Connections to Ramsgate, Dover, Deal and Sandwich via Ashford.
London Bridge to Sevenoaks (25 minutes)
Charing Cross to Sevenoaks (35 minutes)
Waterloo East to Sevenoaks (30 minutes)

Taxis available outside Sevenoaks Station.

Directions for Overseas Visitors

  • From Ashford Station (Eurostar station): 50 minutes by car, 45 minutes by train on National Rail: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations_destinations/
  • From Heathrow Airport: 1 hour by car, 1 hour 50 minutes by train (National Rail from Heathrow to Sevenoaks)
  • From Gatwick Airport: 40 minutes by car, 1 hour by train (National Rail, from Gatwick to Sevenoaks)”

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