Travelling by road
Honiton is one of the main gatekeeper towns to the South West with direct access from the A303, A30, A35, A373 & A375 making travelling from London, Midlands, Bristol, Bournemouth, Exeter, Sidmouth, Cullompton straight forward.
From the M5 there are two options
From Midlands/Bristol – M5 Junction 28 (Cullompton) take the A373 which takes you through the countryside direct to Honiton (Approx 11miles)
From M5 Junction 29 (Exeter) – take the A30 to Honiton (Approx 14miles) This is a dual carriageway.
From M3, Andover, Wincanton, Yeovil, Ilminster – A303/A30 the A303 runs parallel to the south coast starting from London, joining the A30 a couple of miles away from Honiton. For those further afield you will pass Stone Henge.
From Bournemouth, Dorchester, Bridport – Follow A35 which leads directly into Honiton.
Travelling by bus
Taunton – Honiton – Stagecoach Bus 20 (Via Wellington & Hemyock)
Seaton – Honiton – Stagecoach Bus 20 (Via Colyford)
Axminster – Honiton – Stagecoach Bus 4
Exeter – Honiton – Stage Coach Bus 4, 4A & 4B
For information on timetables please visit the Stagecoach website here
Travelling by train
Located on the main London Waterloo to Exeter line (West of England Line) trains stop regularly at Honiton. There is a staffed ticket office and toilet facilities at the station along with ticket machines on the platform outside of office opening hours.
For information on train times please visit South Western Railway here
Travelling by coach
The National Express coach system has a main interchange coach station at Taunton & Exeter, from which it’s an easy journey to Honiton. In addition, several holiday companies provide coaches direct to Honiton’s large range of hotels.
Travelling by plane
Honiton is a short drive from Exeter airport, where Flybe services operate to a wide range of destinations.
Travelling by helicopter
Located just 5 miles away from Dunkeswell Airfield & Exeter Airport. Ask your pilot for directions. NB: Helicopter parking at some Honiton attractions is limited.