Driving directions to Junction 6, M25:

From the west: exit the M25 at Junc 6. Junc 7 is the M23 down to Gatwick and Brighton. As soon as you are past Junc 7, move across to the inside lane. It is about 3 miles to the exit at Junc 6.

From the east: Junc 6 is the exit after Clacket Lane services. It is also signed to Chartwell and Hever Castle.


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Driving directions from Junction 6, the A22/Godstone exit, to Succombs Place:

Take the exit off the roundabout onto the northbound A22 towards London, Purley and Caterham. Follow the dual carriageway for about 2.8 miles to the first roundabout. Ignore the left filter to Caterham at the traffic lights.

At Wapses Lodge roundabout, take the 4th exit which is half right. The roundabout is surrounded by a white wall. The third exit is the continuation of the dual carriage way and the 4th is Succombs Hill which you take. It is narrow (6ft 6in/2 metre width restriction) and steep (25%) hill so take it gently in second gear.

About 300 mtrs up the hill from the bottom, you will see Succombs Place on the left. Some say we look like a Scandinavian holiday village. Turn off the hill into Southview Road immediately after a 2 metre long Succombs Place sign. Proceed another 100 metres and you will find a signed entrance to Succombs Place.


A22 from London, Croydon and Purley

Follow the A22 through Purley and follow the signs for the M25. After about 10 minutes, you will pass through Whyteleafe and the road will widen to what used to be a dual carriage way before they restricted it back to a single lane. After about 300 metres of this wide road, you reach the Wapses Lodge roundabout. Take the first exit left up Succombs Hill.


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