How to get to Caterham Valley
Getting to Caterham Valley
Located in East Surrey, on the edge of the Surrey Hills and doorstep of London; Caterham is easily accessible wherever you’re travelling from and however you choose to travel. Caterham Valley town centre is well-served by public transport, with a train station and regular buses, there’s plenty of car parking around town, and pedestrians and cyclists will find it easy to get around too.
A number of bus routes serve stops in Caterham Valley from areas including Reigate, Redhill, Croydon, Warlingham, Selsdon, East Grinstead, Crawley, Gatwick and Sutton:
Route 357 (Mon – Fri): Reigate – Redhill – Merstham – Caterham – Whyteleafe – Warlingham – Chelsham Common – Selsdon
Route 400: East Grinstead – Crawley – Gatwick – Horley – Redhill – Godstone – Caterham
Route 407: Caterham – Whyteleafe – Purley – Croydon – Waddon – Carshalton – Sutton
Route 409: East Grinstead – Lingfield – Godstone – Caterham – Whyteleafe – Warlingham – Chelsham Common – Selsdon
Route 411: Caterham Valley – Caterham-on-the-Hill
Route 540: Caterham – Woldingham
Direct trains from London Victoria to Caterham train station via East Croydon and Purley arrive approximately every half an hour throughout the day and more often at peak times when there are also trains from London Bridge. It is possible to connect with Caterham services from other lines by changing at East Croydon or Purley. Visit www.nationalrail.co.uk to plan your journey to Caterham Valley by train.
Caterham Valley town centre is less than five minutes’ drive from junction 6 of the M25 and is well connected to nearby towns. There is plenty of on-street parking on the main roads and side roads, and the two main car parks are located behind Morrisons off Harestone Valley Road and behind Waitrose off Croydon Road.