Maps and Directions

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Directions from Yarmouth by car:

Take the road to Freshwater over the Yarmouth bridge and at the top of the hill, where the road to Freshwater bears to the right, take the small country road to the left (Pixley Hill) signposted to Norton Green. This road will eventually arrive at a mini-roundabout with a petrol station opposite. Cross over into Stroud Road (keeping the garage on your left). This will soon turn into Victoria Road. We are on the left next to the thatched parish hall of St Andrews. Time 10 minutes.

Alternatively, follow directions through Freshwater until the mini-roundabout and then turn right into Stroud Road, then subsequently Victoria Road.

Directions from Yarmouth Bus Station:

Take the 7, 7A, 7B to Freshwater Bay. This will go to Totland and turn around before heading to Freshwater. After the mini-roundabout, get ready to disembark at the next stop – official name “Freshwater Parish Hall”. This bus stop is just past our entrance. Time 15-20 minutes. (Bus timetables are available on the Southern Vectis website).

From Yarmouth by foot or bike:

After disembarking from the ferry, head straight on towards the bus station. Cross the road and head for the out-of-town car park. Cross over the car park until you reach the footpath next to the Yar Estuary. Follow this footpath past the Old Mill House towards Freshwater. At the “Causeway”, cross over the road through the reed beds at Afton Marsh. You will eventually come out on to Afton Road. Turn right towards the Co-op. Just before the mini-roundabout, turn left into Stroud Road, leading to Victoria Road. Time 45 minutes – 60 minutes.

Taxi time from Yarmouth to Seahorses is approximately five minutes. Ferries run regularly in both directions. With the right connections it is possible to reach us in under three hours from London Waterloo. (Change at Brockenhurst for the Isle of Wight ferry train to Lymington Pier.)

Remember: You can always give us a ring if you’re lost!

Go to our links page for train and ferry sites.