WaterColour is located roughly half-way between Merstham and Redhill stations. Both stations are situated on the main line between London and Brighton. There are regular trains to London Bridge, London Victoria, East Croydon, Clapham Junction, Gatwick Airport, Horsham and Brighton served by Southern Rail and Govia Thameslink. From Redhill you can also travel to Reigate, Dorking, Guildford and Reading on Great Western.
It takes approximately 25 minutes to walk, or 8 minutes drive to either station from WaterColour. The 435 bus (see below) from Watercolour stops at Redhill bus station opposite the train station.
Both Redhill and Merstham have season ticket parking and daily parking. At Merstham the car parks are separate. At Redhill, on weekdays only season ticket holders can park in the main car park before 09.00. Day parkers must use the car park behind the Toby Carvery on Redstone Hill. After 09.00 day parkers may use the main car-park.
WaterColour is served by the buses 430 and 435 which run between Merstham Portland Drive and Woodhatch. Routes 405 and 357 travel along the London Road South (A23) and there is a stop twelve minutes' walk from WaterColour near the corner of New Battlebridge Lane and London Road South (A23).
WaterColour is located at the edge of the east end of the Surrey Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Locally there are gentle strolls around our own lagoons, the marshes, Mercers Lake or nearby Spynes Mere. The 153-mile North Downs Way comes just past the village where you can pick up the trail, to the next village or as far as Farnham or Canterbury. For a more detailed picture of the walking and cycling opportunities in the area check out the Surrey Hills website.
The National Cycle Route 21 is part of the UK National Cycle Network and runs from Greenwich through to Groombridge and Eastbourne in East Sussex, and can be picked up from just outside of WaterColour. Some sections of the route around WaterColour are unsuitable for road bikes.