Getting to Yate
Yate is a UK town situated in the south-west of England and lies 11 miles north-east of Bristol in the county of South Gloucestershire.
Yate can be reached easily by car due to its close proximity to the M4 and M5 motorways.
The town also has good train access as it lies close to the London to Bristol main line and the cross country route that links the south-west to the north-east of England.
Yate also lies adjacent to the medieval market town of Chipping Sodbury.
- You can get directions to Yate by clicking on the blue icon on the map below
- Then on the map click 'To here' and type your starting location into the address box
- Finally on the map click on the 'Go' button
For information on travelling to Yate using the bus as well as other forms of transport see Journey Planner.
You can use the map's controls to zoom in and out, as well as to see satellite views of the area.
The nearest train station is Yate Railway Station which has regular trains from:
- Bristol Parkway (10 min), and
- Bristol Temple Meads (near the centre of Bristol).
Yate Station also has links with many other places including Gloucester, Southampton and Weymouth. You can view up to the minute information from Yate Railway Station on their Live Departures and Arrivals Board.
If you're coming from further afield, the nearest airport is Bristol International Airport. The airport runs a regular coach service called the Bristol International Flyer which will take you to Bristol Temple Meads railway station where you can get a train to Yate.
Map of Yate
You can use the map below to find your way around Yate.
Click the satellite button (Sat) on the map below and then zoom in, it gives you impressive views of Yate's rooftops.