From London: Leave M4 at Junction 8/9. Proceed to Henley and then on through Nettlebed to the CROWMARSH ROUNDABOUT (A4130). Turn left onto the A4074 towards Reading. Ignore 2 left turns signposted Ipsden, the next left turn at the bottom of a hill a few seconds later is for ‘Braziers Park’ indicate early and turn left there. If you are attending a festival, May Fayre or large event look out for AA event signs for a temporary one-way system instead to avoid causing jams on the single track roads.
From Reading: Follow signs for Railway station and Caversham, over Caversham Bridge, then first left onto the A4074, signposted Oxford. Follow this road for around 15 minutes passing 2 signs for Woodcote on your left and then on a downward hill with open views, you’ll see a parking layby with an airfield sign on the left and a ‘vehicles turning’ sign, if there is traffic behind its a good idea to start indicating right here, you will then see a signpost for Braziers Park right turn, ignoring the right turn immediately before the Braziers sign (if you accidentally take this turning into Bottom Lane then continue to the first left up a passable rutted track and follow this a few metres to Braziers Park entrance on the right). The lane is narrow with high verges and no footpath please expect pedestrians at all times. If you are attending a festival, May Fayre or large event look out for AA event signs for a temporary one-way system instead to avoid causing jams on the single track roads.
From Oxford: Follow signposts out of Oxford to Henley/Wallingford/Reading (A4074). Continue through Wallingford following Reading signs. Around 5-7 minutes after Wallingford you will pass 2 left turnings to the village of Ipsden both should be ignored – soon after at the bottom of a steep downard hill there is a signpost to Braziers Park left turn, indicate early and turn into the narrow lane leading to Brazier Park, beware of pedestrians especially at night. If you are attending a festival, May Fayre or large event look out for AA event signs for a temporary one-way system instead to avoid causing jams on the single track roads.
From the West: Take the M4 eastward; at junction 12, take the A4 towards Theale & Thatcham; straight on at the first roundabout on the A4; at the 2nd roundabout take the A340; travel through Tidmarsh, Pangbourne and Lower Basildon to Streatley; at the traffic lights (noticing the Bull Inn of ‘Three Men in a Boat’ fame) turn right across the Thames into Goring; gohrough Goring, over the railway and turn left at the T- junction; after about half a mile look for a right turn signposted Ipsden and then a left turn similarly signposted after a similar distance. IIt is then straight on to Braziers Park. The route goes over a couple of hills and round some wiggles, and then straight on at the crossroads and straight over the A4074 into Braziers Lane, which takes you directly to Braziers Park. BEWARE – the road from Goring is subject to subsidence, so drive slowly and avoid potholes.