How to find us

Stuart Cottage is four miles East of Guildford off the A246, Guildford to Leatherhead road and its address is
Stuart Cottage, Ripley Road, East Clandon, Surrey. GU4 7SF.  For those with GPS the latitude and longitude are 510 15’24.05” N 00 28’57.85”W. This location will be within sight of the car park entrance.

How to find the garden::either print out these directions, refer to the NGS yellow book or have a map book in the car.

From Guildford direction: turn left about 3/4 mile after Clandon Regis golf club. Road narrows from twin to single lane and the left turn into East Clandon is just after this.

From Leatherhead direction: where the A246 opens out to dual carriageway a mile or so after Bell & Colvill ( Lotus/Subaru garage) turn right across carriageway into village.

From A3 southbound drive through Ripley until roundabout (petrol station on left), turn left and continue through West Clandon until traffic lights, then left onto A246.  Turn left about 3/4 mile after Clandon Regis golf club.  Road narrows from twin to single lane and the left turn into East Clandon is just after this.

From A3 northbound come off at Ripley exit and up to roundabout, turn right and continue through West Clandon until traffic lights, then left onto A246.turn left about 3/4 mile after Clandon Regis golf club. Road narrows from twin to single lane and the left turn into East Clandon is just after this.

Click here for a map. Download a local map here.

On an NGS garden open day there are usually car parking attendants. They are there to help you and show you where to park in the car park.  Parking is in a large field and access to the garden is from the car park.  There is usually plenty of space but we do ask you park where requested.  If you need to park close to the garden entrance please ask as you come in and you will be directed to a disabled space.

When you leave, the car park attendants will do their best to help you exit safely. They have directed visitors many times before and if you have to wait a minute there is a good reason; they are thinking of general safety.