How to reach us
Directions By Car
Take the M25 to Jn. 19 towards Watford.
Take the third exit from the roundabout along Hempstead Road towards Watford town centre.
Go around the ring road until you see signs for West Watford.
Turn left from the Ring Road onto Marlborough Road towards West Watford – this is a left filter lane.
Go straight through the first set of lights and find us 50 yards down on the right.
Visit theaa.com for more specific directions.
We are at the town centre end of Whippendell Road.
Parking close to the practice can be difficult at certain times.
Parking can be found at meters on Park Avenue or at the Gade multi-storey car park which is 5 mins. walk away.
Free parking is available in some nearby roads when no match fixtures are on at the nearby Watford Football Stadium.
We will reimburse your parking charges up to a maximum of £5.00 if you are attending for treatment with us upon production of a valid ticket or receipt for payment.
View Map for more details.
|Start out going south on Rosslyn Road toward Upton Road||0.04 Mi|
|Turn right onto Upton Road||0.06 Mi|
|Turn left onto Cassio Road / A4178||0.08 Mi|
|Turn right onto Whippendell Road||0.06 Mi|
|18 WHIPPENDELL ROAD is on the right.|
|Start out going south-east on Park Avenue toward Whippendell Road||0.1 Mil|
|Turn left onto Whippendell Road||0.1 Mil|
Directions By Bus
Take any bus route into Watford Town centre.
Then walk down Market Street, turn right onto Cassio Road and then left at the lights onto Whippendell Road.
Visit tfl.gov.uk/buses for more details.
Directions By Train
London Overground Trains runs services to three stations nearby.
The main station that also has national & airport rail links is Watford Junction.
You may also use Watford High Street or Watford North stations.
Visit nationalrail.co.uk for more details.
Directions By Underground
Watford Station is on the Metropolitan line running from St. Pancras and Liverpool Street mainline stations.
Visit tfl.gov.uk/tube for more details.
Fly in to London Heathrow or London Luton and then use either rail links or travel by car.