How to find us
IMPORTANT: for Sat Nav users it is important that you enter the address 4 Ferny Hill, Hadley Wood, Barnet, Herts and/or the post code EN4 0PZ to take you to the main entrance.
If you're a 'What Three Words' user, you can use the follow address: life.simple.hobby
West Lodge Park, Cockfosters Road, Hadley Wood, Herts. EN4 0PY.
Turn off the M25 at Junction 24 and take the turning marked Cockfosters A111. After less than a mile, turn left into Ferny Hill at the third mini roundabout and immediately left into the hotel drive.
From North London:
Take the A111 through Cockfosters heading towards the M25. After a mile, you will see West Lodge Park prominently on the right hand side. Turn right into Ferny Hill and immediately left into the hotel drive.
From the Airports by public transport:
London Heathrow – take the Piccadilly Line from Heathrow to Cockfosters then a cab to the hotel
London Luton –take the train to Kings Cross, then the Piccadilly Line to Cockfosters, then a cab to the hotel
London City – take the DLR to Bank, the Northern Line to Kings Cross, the Piccadilly Line to Cockfosters, then a cab to the hotel
London Stansted – take the Stansted Express to Tottenham Hale, the Victoria Line to Finsbury Park, the Piccadilly Line to Cockfosters, then a cab to the hotel
The best way to reach West Lodge Park by public transport is by tube to Cockfosters. Travel by Piccadilly Line to Cockfosters Underground station. There is a taxi office in the station open until the last train of the evening. Do not try to walk to the hotel from the tube as the road is rather busy.
Cockfosters Tube is just a mile away along the same road as the hotel.
It has unlimited car parking, which costs £5.50 per day midweek, £2.50 per day Saturdays, and £1.60 per day Sundays and bank holidays. Download parking information.
From there you can purchase a Travelcard from £12.10 ( all prices subject to variation) which gives you unlimited tube and bus trips across London all day. A bargain compared to national rail fares.
If you don't have a car, the tube station is a £5 cab fare from the hotel, and on your return the cab office is inside the station and open until the last train back from central London.
The Piccadilly Line is really the best line for seeing all the sights of London, as it goes via Kings Cross St Pancras, then Holborn for the British Museum, Covent Garden, Leicester Square for all the cinemas and theatres, as well as National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery, then Piccadilly Circus for Regent St and Fortnum and Mason, then Green Park for Buckingham Palace, then Hyde Park Corner, then Knightsbridge for Harrods and Harvey Nicholls, and then South Kensington for the Natural History, Science, and V&A museums.
And from Cockfosters you always, always get a seat as it is the beginning of the line!
Travel from Kings Cross or Moorgate to Hadley Wood or Potters Bar every 20 minutes or half an hour. It is a short taxi ride to the hotel, however there is no taxi rank at the station, so Cockfosters Tube is still the better option, and with more frequent trains.
Hadley Wood Rail Users Leaflet - Step free access
West Lodge Park has a helipad available free of charge for all guests dining or staying over at the hotel, a £75 landing fee applies for non-users of the hotel.
The coordinates are 51˚41’N, 00˚09’W (263 ft AMSL)
The reference number is TQ276985
We can arrange helicopter charters for you, perhaps for a spectacular departure for your honeymoon after your wedding reception, or perhaps for an important business meeting.
Please note that the helicopter pad is not lit at night but benefits from clear access and a windsock at all times.
Our car park capacities are as follows:
Number of car park spaces at WLP main + overflow car park 67
Number of car park spaces at WLP top field car park 25
Number of disabled spaces at WLP 4
Number of electric vehicle charging spaces at WLP 2
Total number of parking spaces at WLP 98 + more driveway parking if needed
Deliveries to West Lodge Park are strictly only via the back drive of the hotel accessible via Cockfosters Road close to the junction with Waggon Road but on the other side of the road. The 'What Three Words' address for the junction of Cockfosters Road and the back drive to the hotel is vocal.barn.spots