TRANSPORT AND LOCAL INFORMATION
Journey to the Ashford International Hotel, Ashford, Kent
Approximate journey time 2 hours.
From Gatwick – 3 options:
- The cheapest option (approx 2 hours): Catch the train to Tonbridge, Kent. Change to catch the train for Redhill. Change and catch the train for Ashford International.
- Catch the local train to Victoria (approx 2 hours)(cheaper than Gatwick Express and only an extra 10 minutes on the journey. However, first ensure that the train you catch is not the one which stops at all stations!) Then catch the train to Ashford International.
- Take the train to St Pancras then train to Ashford International. Travel time approx. 2 hours.
It is usually better to purchase an open return ticket but always check, as weekend travel is generally cheaper.
From West/South West M40, M4, M3, M23 & Heathrow, Gatwick Airports:
M25 anti-clockwise to junction 5, follow M26 on to M20 to Dover. At junction 9 M20, leave motorway taking 3rd exit for Ashford/Canterbury (do not follow signs for International Station). At 1st roundabout turn left; the hotel is 200 yards on the left-hand side.
From North M1, M11 & Stanstead Airport:
M25 clockwise to junction 3, take M20 to Dover. At junction 9 M20, leave motorway taking 3rd exit for Ashford/Canterbury (do not follow signs for International Station). At 1st roundabout turn left; the hotel is 200 yards on the left-hand side.
Take A28 to Chilham & Ashford. As road crosses M20 turn right following the sign for Tenterden (Simone Weil Ave). Hotel is about 1,000 yards on the right-hand side of the dual carriageway.
Take M20 to junction 9; leave motorway taking 1st exit to Ashford/Canterbury. At 1st roundabout turn left; the hotel is 200 yards on the left-hand side.
The Ashford International hotel in Kent is south-east of London (just off the M20 motorway at junction 9) connecting to Gatwick and Heathrow airports via the M25. The hotel is also perfectly located for easy travel to and from the continent by the Channel tunnel, road and rail. There are rail links to most European countries including France, Germany, Amsterdam, Brussels, Spain and Italy that feed into the high-speed rail link.
The Ashford International hotel in Kent is close to the famous Leeds Castle with its exquisite grounds. Mother Akasha informs us this Castle’s grounds is where the First Lady Nada made her Ascension some 2,800 years ago and the radiation of the Etheric Record of Her Ascension is a blessing to the lands of the United Kingdom and onto Europe.
Below please find a few websites where you can obtain further information regarding beautiful places of interest, for example, Leeds Castle.