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Godstone Area Guide.


Perfectly situated just off the M25, A22 and A25, Godstone’s pretty village with duck pond and village green is a great spot for road commuters.

Godstone, with its quintessentially English village green, array of historic houses and a handful of small boutique shops, was originally built on the old London to Brighton Roman road and is surrounded by lovely country walks and even has its own vineyard.


Godstone does not have its own railway station, instead residents travel the short distance to Oxted, Caterham or South Godstone and take advantage of the excellent services offered from there. The fastest direct train leaves Oxted at 5.55am and arrives at London Bridge 33 minutes later at 6.28am, with no changes required. The service stops only at East Croydon at 6.09am. Trains from Caterham and South Godstone tend to stop at most stations on route and consequently the journey takes that much longer.


The A25 passes through the village making it well connected to the rest of the road network and of course the M25 (junction 6) which sits immediately to the north of the village. Gatwick Airport can be reached via the M25 and then M23 in only 20 minutes making this village, and of course nearby towns and villages ideal for the holiday maker and business traveller alike. The A22 (Godstone Bypass) lies just to the east of the village and allows fast access to Caterham (2.3 miles) and Croydon (10 miles) to the north and East Grinstead to the south (10 miles).


The 410 service can be picked up from Godstone and heads along the A25 corridor to Redhill and Oxted. Change at Godstone to the 509 for services north towards Caterham and south towards East Grinstead. From Limpsfield the 236 provides a service easterly along the A25 to Westerham.