Directions To High Line Yachting, Iver

High Line Yachting Ltd, Mansion Lane, Iver, Buckinghamshire, SL0 9RG, Tel: 01753 651496
High Line is located on the Slough Arm of the Grand Union,
to the west of London, near where the M4 crosses the M25.
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FROM M4 Exit at junction 5. Take the A4 West towards Slough. At 1st set of lights, by the Marriott Hotel, turn right onto B470 towards Langley.
Follow road through Langley centre, under a railway bridge, and over a canal bridge, to a small roundabout with Red Lion PH on left. Continue straight across roundabout (2nd exit). Turn right by ‘Charlie Browns’ tyre depot into Mansion Lane.
High Line Yachting will be found approximately 1/2 a mile on the right.

FROM M40 Exit at junction 1. Take A412 south towards Slough (this is a complex junction – follow the A412 signs carefully). Follow road to large roundabout with the ‘Crooked Billet’ pub / restaurant opposite. Take 2nd exit towards Iver/Langley.
Follow road to small roundabout with Red Lion PH on right.Take 1st exit. Almost immediately turn right by ‘Charlie Browns’ tyre Depot into Mansion Lane.
High Line Yachting will be found approximately 1/2 a mile on the right hand side.

FROM M25 NORTHBOUND Exit at junction 15 onto M4 westbound towards Slough. Then as per M4 above.

FROM M25 SOUTHBOUND Exit at junction 16 onto M40 eastbound towards London. Then as per M40 above.

BY TRAIN Pick up the main Paddington to Reading line, and disembark at Langley Station (check that your train does stop there – some fast ones do not!). Also note that you want Langley Station, and not Iver. Outside the station face the main road and turn right. At the bridge over the canal (75 yards) turn right onto the towpath, so that the canal is on your left. Walk along to the next bridge, where the boatyard will be found.

OPENING HOURS Sunday 11.00AM to 5.00PM
Monday !! CLOSED !!
Tuesday to Saturday 9.30AM to 5.30PM

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