There are loads of easy ways to get to us!
Standon Calling festival takes place in the grounds of Standon Lordship, near to the beautiful village of Standon, Hertfordshire.
Set in the valley of the River Rib, you can expect a picturesque country escape. The festival is within easy reach by public transport, bike or car at around 30 miles north of London and south west of Cambridge. We’re also close to Stansted airport, meaning we welcome audiences from all over the UK, as well as a growing number from Europe, and even further afield!
Wherever you’re visiting from, it’s easy to join us for an amazing festival weekend and we can’t wait to welcome you to the party.
Use the postcode SG11 1EE if you’re driving to the festival.
As you approach the site, be careful of narrow surrounding roads and follow AA road signs to festival parking.
Remember to book your car parking pass in advance, one per vehicle and don’t forget to offer your friends a lift!
A pick up and drop off point will be assigned and available for use in the festival car park. To walk from our car park to your campsite can take as little as 5 minutes, while a Concierge service for luggage is also available for Lavish Lands and Boutique campers.
Our nearest train stations are:
Approximate travel times by city:
There are taxi ranks located at Bishop’s Stortford and Hertford North stations. If getting a taxi, we recommend you use the post code: SG11 1EE and follow the signs closer to the festival. We have a taxi pick up / drop off location onsite, located by the main pick up and drop off point. To find the taxi rank from inside the festival, head to the main gate and follow signs for taxis / pick up & drop off.
OMEGA TAXI’S, Bishop’s Stortford
01279 655 444
BISHOP’S STORTFORD TAXI’S, Bishop’s Stortford
ASSOCIATED TAXI’S, Bishop’s Stortford
WARE TAXIS, Ware
A taxi from Bishop’s Stortford to the festival site should cost around £20.
There is a bike rack situated at the main gate of the festival – for all you fantastic cyclists.
Please note, bikes are left at the owner’s own risk, bring a lock.