Bradford on Avon is about 20 minutes drive from Bath, 45 minutes from Bristol and around 2.5 hours from London. It has its own railway station with links to Bath and London. The nearest airport is Bristol, around 50 minutes drive. Bradford-on-Avon is on the Wiltshire Cycleway and offers easy access to the Cotswold Way, a designated National Trail.
From the M4: leave the motorway at Junction 18 and take the A46 towards Bath. Continue on the A46 until it becomes the A4, then take the A363 towards Bradford-on-Avon. Remain on the A363 continuing through the town centre. At the roundabout by the Swan Hotel, turn left onto the B3107, Silver Street (becoming Woolley Street). Follow the road up until you pass the Bunch of Grapes pub and the turning to White Hill. You will find the Studio at Lynchetts on the left hand side. There is on street parking outside.
Bradford-on-Avon station is on a branch line from Bath. Trains to Bath run regularly and take 12-15 minutes. Visitors from the north will find connections to Bradford-on-Avon from Bristol Temple Meads. If you are travelling from London, you can either take a train from Paddington and change at Bath Spa (1.5 hours), or take a train directly to Bradford-on-Avon from Waterloo (2.5 hours)
Bradford-on-Avon is the first Walkers are Welcome town in Wiltshire. Being part of the network means the town is committed to maintaining footpaths and facilities, as well as providing up to date information on routes. We also welcome cyclists and are happy to offer safe, undercover storage for your bikes.