There are 3 ways to get from Reading to Hartley Wintney by bus, taxi or car
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Line 7 bus • 37 min
2 alternative options
Taxi • 20 min
£30 - £40
Drive • 20 min
£2 - £4
Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from Reading to Hartley Wintney is to line 7 bus which costs £2 and takes 37 min.
The quickest way to get from Reading to Hartley Wintney is to taxi which costs £30 - £40 and takes 20 min.
Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Whitley Street, Silver Street and arriving at Hartley Wintney, Swan Court. Services depart every two hours, and operate Monday to Saturday. The journey takes approximately 37 min.
The distance between Reading and Hartley Wintney is 11 miles. The road distance is 13.9 miles.
The best way to get from Reading to Hartley Wintney without a car is to line 7 bus which takes 37 min and costs £2.
The line 7 bus from Whitley Street, Silver Street to Hartley Wintney, Swan Court takes 37 min including transfers and departs every two hours.
Reading to Hartley Wintney bus services, operated by Reading Buses, depart from Whitley Street, Silver Street station.
Reading to Hartley Wintney bus services, operated by Reading Buses, arrive at Hartley Wintney, Swan Court station.
Yes, the driving distance between Reading to Hartley Wintney is 14 miles. It takes approximately 20 min to drive from Reading to Hartley Wintney.
There are 653+ hotels available in Hartley Wintney. Prices start at £75 per night.
What companies run services between Reading, England and Hartley Wintney, England?
Reading Buses operates a bus from Reading to Hartley Wintney every 2 hours. Tickets cost £2 and the journey takes 37 min.
- Ave. Duration
- 20 min
- Estimated price
- £30 - £40
Taxi in Reading
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