How to get to Pettistree

Pettistree is in the east of Suffolk some 15 miles north of Ipswich and 5 miles from Woodbridge. The UK National Grid Reference of the Village Green, situated in the centre of the village, is TM295548.

To get to Pettistree:

By road

From the south (London, Colchester)

Follow the A12 north towards Ipswich to join the A14, signposted Felixstowe and Lowestoft. After following the A14 for about five miles, take the A12 north towards Lowestoft. Follow the dual carriageway past Woodbridge. About a mile after the start of the next section of dual carriageway take the slip road for Pettistree, Wickham Market, and Ufford. At the top of the slip road turn left on to the B1438. In about half a mile at the cross-roads by The Three Tuns Inn, turn either left into Pettistree village centre, or right towards Loudham.

From the west (The Midlands, Northampton, Cambridge, Bury St Edmunds)

Follow the A14 trunk road past Ipswich towards Felixstowe. Take the A12 towards Lowestoft then follow the directions for coming from the south.

For those travellers who are good at orienteering coming from the west along the A14; look for signs to Wickham Market (B1078) and follow that road across country to Wickham Market then Pettistree - good luck.

From the north (Lowestoft)

Follow the A12 south and take the slip road to Wickham Market. Take this road into and through Wickham Market. About one mile south of Wickham Market you reach The Three Tuns Inn. At the cross roads, turn either right into Pettistree village centre, or left towards Loudham.

By Rail

Travel to Ipswich or Woodbridge by train then take a taxi to Pettistree.

By Air

London Stansted is a convenient airport for travellers from Europe, if you are self driving in the UK.

London Heathrow or London Gatwick airports are convenient for other international travellers.