Getting Here – Maps and Directions
Amaravati Buddhist Monastery
St Margarets, Great Gaddesden
Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire HP1 3BZ
Request to all drivers: Considerate driving
There is a speed limit of 30 mph from the turn off the B440 through the village and on to St Margaret’s Lane where the monastery is situated. St. Margarets is a narrow lane used by Amaravati visitors, plus neighbours and their children and dogs and horses, especially on a Sunday. We are in a quiet residential area. Please respect our neighbours, who generously tolerate the traffic that passes through to the monastery, by slowing down and protecting the peaceful atmosphere. Thank you.
Parking at Amaravati
Open-air parking facilities are available at Amaravati. There is a new carpark by the gate, which is dry underfoot and potentially keeps traffic away from wandering children, and adults. Please could you use it for parking your car, and always refrain from parking in the lane, as this does damage the verges (which we then need to smooth out and re-grass), and it concerns the neighbours.