Honeybourne is a growing village in the county of Worcestershire, and close to the borders of both Warwickshire and Gloucestershire.
Evesham, Chipping Campden and Bidford-on-Avon are the closest towns to Honeybourne. The village is accessed by relatively minor roads, some of which do not have road markings. The M5, M40 and M42 motorways can all be reached within 30 – 40 minutes.
A bus service operates between Honeybourne and nearby Evesham about 4 or 5 times a day (Monday to Saturday only). The journey takes between 20 and 30 minutes.
Worcestershire County Council maintain bus timetables for the area on their website.
Honeybourne station sits on the Cotswold Line and is served daily by Great Western Railway trains. Direct services operate to Evesham, Worcester, Hereford and Great Malvern in one direction and Moreton-in-Marsh, Oxford, Reading and London Paddington in the other direction.
Car parking at the station is currently free of charge.
Extensive work has been completed on the Cotswold Line to re-double parts of the track. Honeybourne station was fitted with an additional platform as part of the work.
What better way to reach the village than on two wheels? Honeybourne is located close to cycle route 41 as well as the Stratford Greenway (route 5), enabling you to cycle all the way to Stratford-upon-Avon.