(inside) Iffley Vets, 35 Iffley Road, Oxford OX4 1EA.
Tel: 07754 125302 Email: email@example.com
|Dr. Bruce Maclean
BSc (VetSci), BVM&S, MRCVS
The premises that I operate from is in Oxford -
reasonably accessible from Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Bucks, although I
have had clients coming from as far away as Kent, Surrey, Bedfordshire,
The address is 35 Iffley Road, Oxford OX4 1EA. This is on the Iffley Road (A4158) near the centre of Oxford.
Note that the car
park is behind the practice building
- you need to turn into Circus Street from Iffley Road (a sign on the
corner says The Cricketers Arms), then first left into Alhambra Lane -
the car park is about 20 m down on the left. These are very small
narrow streets I'm afraid!
For Google map to the surgery, please click here
or search google maps under the postcode (OX4 1EA). Alternatively I have drawn a overview map at overview directions
From further away, you need to get on the Oxford ring Road Eastern bypass road
there turn off at the Littlemore Roundabout into Oxford
Road (A4158) heading into Oxford - this becomes Iffley Road
further down (the surgery is about 2 miles from the roundabout).
the A34, come off at the Hinksey Hill interchange, head
towards Oxford on the A423. At the next roundabout go straight across
(hamburger-type roundabout) heading south on the A423. First exit at
the next roundabout (Heyford Hill roundabout – big Sainsbury's just
off it) onto Eastern Bypass Road (A4142).
If coming up the
A4074 from Reading direction, this joins the Sainsbury's roundabout
so take second exit along the A4142
From the M40 coming from the south, take junction 8 and follow A40 to a large roundabout (Headington roundabout) where you turn left onto eastern bypass A4142.
From the M40 coming from the north, take junction 9 onto the A34 heading south, then see above
If coming by public transport and unfamiliar with the
area, the surgery is approximately 10 minutes taxi ride (under
good traffic conditions) from Oxford rail station. Taking a bus
from the station is possible (a bus to Iffley Road) or even walking
(about 30 minutes from rail station) but a taxi would be easiest if you
are unfamiliar with the area.