Located on the Greensand Ridge between Oxted and Godstone, this small, rural village is known for its friendly atmosphere and sense of community.
Just off the A25 in between Oxted and Godstone, the small Anglo-Saxon village of Tandridge was listed in the Domesday Book and boasts an 11th century church and priory. The most rural of the villages in the Oxted area, ideal for people wishing to get away from it all, yet remain only a short trip to nearby towns and larger villages.
Tandridge Village does not have its own railway station, instead residents travel the short distance to Oxted or Hurst Green 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.
Not that you would know it as it is well hidden, but Tandridge Village is located just off the A25, and provides fast links to Redhill to the west (6 miles) and Sevenoaks to the east (10 miles). The A22 is found near Godstone providing fast links to Croydon to the north (11 miles) and East Grinstead to the south (9 miles). The closest access to the M25 (junction 6) is at Godstone 2 miles away.
We are not aware of a bus service currently serving Tandridge Village. The 410 service can be picked up from the nearby A25 and heads west along the A25 towards Redhill and east towards Oxted.