Duration 2h 24m
Distance 75 miles
Average price £75
Possible routes 3 found

London to Newchurch

Rome2rio has found 3 ways to get from London to Newchurch by train, ferry and car. We recommend taking the train from London Waterloo to Southampton Central and then taking the ferry from Southampton to East Cowes, which takes around 2h 35m.

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Train, ferry

  1. London Waterloo
  2. Southampton
  3. Newchurch
2h 35m
£66 - £114
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Train, car ferry

  1. London Waterloo
  2. Portsea, Portsmouth IOW Car Ferry Terminal
  3. Newchurch
4h 4m
£64 - £105

Drive, car ferry

  1. London
  2. Portsea, Portsmouth IOW Car Ferry Terminal
  3. Newchurch
2h 24m
£24 - £33

Frequently asked questions

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The cheapest way to get from London to Newchurch is to drive and car ferry which costs £23 - £35 and takes 2h 24m.

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The quickest way to get from London to Newchurch is to drive and car ferry which costs £23 - £35 and takes 2h 24m.

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The distance between London and Newchurch is 75 miles.

The best way to get from London to Newchurch without a car is to train and ferry which takes 2h 35m and costs £65 - £120.

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It takes approximately 2h 35m to get from London to Newchurch, including transfers.

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There are 1289+ hotels available in Newchurch. Prices start at £75 per night.

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How to travel from London to Newchurch

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Sandown, United Kingdom

Sandown is a seaside resort town and civil parish on the southeast coast of the Isle of Wight, England, which neighbours the town of Shanklin to the south, with the village of Lake in between the two settlements. Sandown Bay is the name of the bay off the English Channel which both towns share, and it is notable for its long stretch of easily accessible golden sandy beach. It is the site of the lost Sandown Castle. Whilst undergoing construction, this was attacked by a French force which had fought its way over Culver Down from Whitecliff Bay, resulting in the French being repulsed. It was built too far into the sea and constantly suffered erosion, until now reduced to a pile of rocks. Later forts in the town include the Diamond Fort (named after its plan), built inshore to replace the castle and which fought off a minor attack from privateers (probably French) in 1788, and the present "Granite Fort" at Yaverland, which is now the zoo. Together with Shanklin, Sandown forms a built up area of 21,374 inhabitants. - Wikipedia

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