There are 3 ways to get from Southampton to Pilley by bus, taxi or car
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Line 112 bus • 32 min
$4 - $6
2 alternative options
Taxi • 28 min
$50 - $65
Drive • 28 min
$3 - $6
Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from Southampton to Pilley is to drive which costs £3 - £5 and takes 28 min.
The quickest way to get from Southampton to Pilley is to taxi which costs £40 - £50 and takes 28 min.
Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Hythe, The Marsh and arriving at Pilley Bailey, Pilley Pond. Services depart three times a week, and operate Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The journey takes approximately 32 min.
The distance between Southampton and Pilley is 10 miles. The road distance is 18.3 miles.
The best way to get from Southampton to Pilley without a car is to line 112 bus which takes 32 min and costs £3 - £5.
The line 112 bus from Hythe, The Marsh to Pilley Bailey, Pilley Pond takes 32 min including transfers and departs three times a week.
Southampton to Pilley bus services, operated by More Bus, depart from Hythe, The Marsh station.
Southampton to Pilley bus services, operated by More Bus, arrive at Pilley Bailey, Pilley Pond station.
Yes, the driving distance between Southampton to Pilley is 18 miles. It takes approximately 28 min to drive from Southampton to Pilley.
There are 856+ hotels available in Pilley. Prices start at $71 USD per night.
What companies run services between Southampton, England and Pilley, Hampshire, England?
More Bus operates a bus from Southampton to Pilley 3 times a week. Tickets cost $4 - $6 and the journey takes 32 min.
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