By car – Sat nav: ME14 5NZ
Exit the M20 at Junction 7, signposted Maidstone. At the first roundabout, take the third exit, signposted Maidstone-Bearsted. Stay in the left lane.
At the next roundabout, take the first exit on the left and drive past Notcutts Garden Centre, then take the third exit at the next roundabout. You will see a sign for Maidstone TV Studios at this point.
Drive to the next roundabout and take the third exit into Whatman Drive. Follow the road through and the gates to Maidstone TV Studios at the end. If visiting, park up to the right and collect a visitor’s pass at reception.
Bearsted Is our closest train station with direct services to and from London Victoria, Ashford, and the Kent coast. It is one stop on from Maidstone East station.
It is a six-minute drive with drop off space and station parking or a 28-minute walk via Grovewood Drive North, Averenches Road South and Ware Street
Maidstone East is one of two centrally located train stations in Maidstone, the County Town of Kent, with direct services to London Victoria via West Malling and Bromlet South, plus connections to Ashford and the Kent Coast.
It is a 10-minute drive or a 40-minute walk from Maidstone TV Studios. Regular Arriva buses (Route #9) also link the neighbouring Grove Green Tesco with the town centre.
Maidstone West connects the County Town with stations on the Medway Valley line to Strood as well as direct peak time high speed services to Gravesend, Ebbsfleet, Dartford and London St Pancras.
There are taxi ranks at Maidstone East outside the Kent Coast bound platform and directly outside Maidstone West station. Click for a list of taxi companies serving Maidstone town centre, Grove Green and Bearsted.
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