Information about Parking in Shottermill
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Shottermill is located in the borough of Waverley in Surrey, England.
The area is well-known for its natural beauty and is within close proximity of the South Down National Park,
Shottermill is close to Haslemere, a picturesque historic town home to shops, pubs, restaurants and country B&Bs.
This area is close to the border with Hampshire, West Sussex and Surrey and provides an ideal base for exploring the countryside of the South of England.
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Shottermill Parking Statistics
4.7 out of 5 stars
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Parking in Shottermill
Parking restrictions are in place at some streets in Shottermill town centre. You will need to ensure that you check the appropriate signage and road markings to avoid fines.
Pay & Display
The Weydon Road Pay and Display car park offers 191 spaces. It has a height restriction barrier of 2.2m
Parking charges apply Monday-Saturday 8am-6:30pm & Bank Holidays
Nearest postcode GU27 1BT
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Getting to Shottermill
Shottermill is an hour drive from London via the A5
The closest train station is in Haslemere.
There are no allocated Blue Badge parking bays in Shottermill.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to your destination, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Haslemere Educational Museum: established in 1888, this museum focus on botany, geology and social history.
Jane Austen's House, Chawton: the former house of one of Britain's best-loved authors, which is now open to the public as a museum.
Goodwood Road Racing Club: main events at the motor racing circuit include The Festival of Speed, Goodwood Revival and several Track Days.
Need a boost? While there is no charging station at Shottermill, you will find options in Camelsdale (Hillside, GU27 3RL) and Haslemere (several stations available, including one at the train station GU27 2NY).
Book in advance with YourParkingSpace and remove the stress of finding that elusive charging station. A network of all electric vehicle charging points in the UK can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
Is there a train station in Shottermill?
No, the closest station is in Haslemere
What can I do in Shottermill?
The area is known for its natural beauty and is a paradise for hikers and nature lovers. There are also several picturesque historical villages to explore nearby.
How long does it take to drive from Shottermill to London?
The drive is just over 1 hour.
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Latest Shottermill parking reviews
good safe place to park plenty of spaces. only slight problem was sat nav did not accept post code. maybe because there was no street name. but i know haslemere quite well.Bob
All excellent; with the sole exception that I found difficulty in completing the on line booking as the telephone number required is that of a mobile, and this is not made unequivocally clear in the format used. the space was ideal and I would recommend the service and the specific space to others.Norman