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Driving to Centre Parcs Longleat Forest

A Motorists guide to Centre Parcs Longleat Forest - directions, parking and more



Area Map

Directions

Arriving / Parking

How Far from?
Situated in the beautiful Longleat Estate is the simply stunning, Longleat Forest. The hilly landscape is truly spectacular and you'll see hundred-year-old Giant Redwoods. To get around, you can cycle, walk or catch the land train which is exclusive to Longleat Forest.

Each Center Parcs Village has a wide range of restaurants, cafes and shops. There are also a large number of indoor and outdoor activities including the subtropical swimming paradise to keep your whole family entertained during your break.

Map of the area



Centre Parcs Longleat Forest driving and parking

From the M4
Leave the motorway at Junction 18 and follow the A46 to Bath. Turn right onto the A4 (A36 Warminster) to Bath. After approximately 1 mile turn left onto the A36 for Warminster. Follow the A36 for 16 miles until you reach a roundabout with BP Services. Turn right, keeping on the A36 to Salisbury. After 1 mile, at the next roundabout, turn right onto the A362 to Frome. After 1/4 mile, at the Picket Post Gate roundabout turn left towards Horningsham. Center Parcs is the second turning on the left.

Alternative Route
During peak travel times, 8am–9.30am and 4pm– 6pm, Bath can be very congested. Therefore, the alternative route of leaving the M4 at Junction 17 may be preferred. For directions from this junction please refer to “From London using the M4”.




From the A303 or A36
Follow the A303 signposted Andover. Approximately 4 miles after Mere, turn left onto the A350 and follow it to Warminster. After approximately 7 miles there is a roundabout, turn left onto the A36 to Bristol and Bath. After 1 mile turn left at the next roundabout taking the A362 to Frome. After 1/4 mile, at the Picket Post Gate roundabout turn left towards Horningsham. Center Parcs Longleat Forest is the second turning on the left.

Speed limits around Centre Parcs Longleat Forest

Speed Limits

Motorway: 70 mph
Dual Carriageway: 70 mph
Rural: 60 mph
Urban: 30 mph

Distances from Centre Parcs Longleat Forest to...

All of these places are within a few hours drive from Centre Parcs Longleat Forest
PlaceDistance km (miles)
(Point to Point)

Town
Bath, England23 km (14 miles)

Attraction
Stonehenge, England28 km (17 miles)

Town
Cardiff, Wales73 km (45 miles)

Town
Stratford, England117 km (73 miles)

Attraction
Thorpe Park, England122 km (76 miles)

Attraction
Silverstone Circuit, England129 km (80 miles)

Town
Birmingham, England146 km (91 miles)

Town
London, England150 km (93 miles)

Attraction
Alton Towers, England201 km (125 miles)

Attraction
Centre Parcs Sherwood Forest, England234 km (145 miles)

Attraction
Centre Parcs Elveden Forest, England239 km (148 miles)

Town
Manchester, England255 km (158 miles)

Attraction
Centre Parcs Les Bois-Francs, France354 km (220 miles)

Town
Dublin, Ireland361 km (224 miles)

Town
Lille, France376 km (233 miles)

Town
Bruges, Belgium380 km (236 miles)

Attraction
Centre Parcs Whinfell Forest, England385 km (239 miles)

Town
Paris, France420 km (261 miles)

Attraction
Centre Parcs Port Zélande, Netherlands426 km (265 miles)

Town
Cork, Ireland440 km (273 miles)

Attraction
Disneyland Paris, France441 km (274 miles)

Town
Belfast, Northern Ireland452 km (281 miles)

Attraction
Centre Parcs Belle Dune, France459 km (285 miles)

Town
Brussels, Belgium462 km (287 miles)

Town
Antwerp, Belgium462 km (287 miles)

Town
Rotterdam, Netherlands470 km (292 miles)

Attraction
Centre Parcs Les Hauts de Bruyères, France497 km (309 miles)

Attraction
Centre Parcs Moselle - Domaine des Trois Forêts, France497 km (309 miles)

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