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Heatherwood Hospital is located less than one mile west of Ascot and approximately three miles east of Bracknell Town Centre, on the corner of the High Street/London Road and Kings Ride.

Our car park is often very busy and we ask that wherever possible you travel to your appointment or visit the hospital by public transport to ease pressure, avoid congestion and any delay to your appointment.

Click here to read about our future plans for Heatherwood Hospital.

You can get to the hospital:

Via the M3 exiting at junction 3

Via the M4 - closest junctions are 6 and 10

Via the M25 exiting at junction12

For sat nav use post code SL5 8AA

The hospital is serviced by three local bus operators, First Berkshire and Thames Valley Network, Greenline Network and by White Bus Services.

All buses either pick up and set down at the bus stops located between gates 2 and 3 on High Street, or at a pair of bus stops located on London Road on the opposite side of the roundabout, which is located to the west of gate 2. 

Bus services that stop at the hospital travel to/from a number of destinations, including Ascot, Cheapside, Fernhill, Sunninghill, Sunningdale, Windsor

Bus company timetables

First Berkshire and Thames Valley Network

Greenline Network

White Bus Services

Trains to/from Ascot railway station provide frequent and efficient services between a number of destinations, including London Waterloo, Clapham Junction, Bracknell, Staines, Reading and Guildford.

A limited bus service operates between Ascot railway station and Heatherwood Hospital. Alternatively it is possible to cycle or walk between the station and the hospital in approximately 5 to 15 minutes respectively.

For further information and assistance in planning your train journey to Ascot please visit the National Rail and South West Trains websites. 

Visitors travelling to/from London should also refer to the Transport for London (TfL) website for assistance with public transport options, including services to/from Waterloo and Clapham Junction stations on London Underground.