A Wessex Red no. 16 bus service runs during term time from the transport hub at the centre of Hiatt Baker. Personalised bus packs containing a Wessex Red bus pass, and further details, will be available with the keys of your Hall room or afterwards from the Hall Office.
There is a Source Cafe by the transport hub and other shelter.
There are several bus services which run near the Hall. The nearest bus stops are on Parry's Lane itself, served by FirstGroup's Service No 41 and the Bristol International Flyer (airport bus), Service No 330. These bus services run only during the day. At the top of Parry's Lane, just off the White Tree roundabout, are further bus stops with more frequent buses – FirstGroup's Service Nos 1, 54 and 54A, which also operate in the evening.
Bristol's taxi drivers are all familiar with Hiatt Baker Hall, as the Hall's residents use taxis frequently.
There are generally two trains each hour to and from London Paddington and from Birmingham New Street, and one each hour from Exeter St David’s and from Swansea. There is also a railway station at Bristol Parkway, which has somewhat faster trains going east-west, but it is rather less convenient for getting to Hiatt Baker Hall than Bristol Temple Meads. Visit National Rail Enquiries for further information. Information on how to get to Hiatt Baker Hall from Temple Meads is available from the Directions page of this web site.
Bristol Bus and Coach Station provides both local FirstGroup services to the area surrounding Bristol and also National Express services to destinations thoughout the UK. A coach journey to London takes some 2½ hours. Information on how to get to Hiatt Baker Hall from Bristol Bus and Coach Station is available from the Directions page of this web site.
Bristol International Airport has regular flights to a wide range of destinations, and is about ten miles from Stoke Bishop. Information on how to get to Hiatt Baker Hall from Bristol International Airport is available from the Directions page of this web site.