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London Underground (On the Central Line) Take the Central Line and alight at Woodford Station (approx. 30 mins from
Liverpool Street) Come out of the station and cross over the road towards the
taxi office. Follow the road round to the left and cross over into Snakes Lane.
Walk up the hill for seven minutes until you reach Packfords Hotel on the
right. There is a white sign by the side of the road for you to look out for.
To plan your journey, please click here and use Transport for London's Journey Planner
Directions by Car
From the M25 (Junction 26) take the A121 (signposted Loughton, Epping,
Travel up through the forest. At the top of the hill you will reach a
roundabout ('Old Orleans' restaurant on the left).
At this roundabout, take exit 4 signposted to Woodford
Go straight over the next roundabout (Robin Hood pub is on the left)
After a few miles and going straight over 2 sets of traffic lights you will see
'Hills Garage of Woodford' on your left.
After the garage turn left at the next set of lights into Broadmead Road (The
Castle Pub should be on your right).
Take the next left into Broomhill Road (There is Public Parking on the right
here - £4 for the day)
At the mini roundabout turn right into Snakes Lane West.
We are a short way down on the left hand side. (Look for the Packfords Hotel
white sign outside)
Packfords Hotel has limited parking to
the front of the hotel (8 cars). Places cannot be reserved and they are on a
first come first served basis. Public parking is ten minutes walk from the
hotel and can be found at 'Sir James Hawkey Hall, Broomhill Rd, Woodford Green,
Essex IG8 0BG' at £4 per day. See car directions above.
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