Hartlepool is well-connected, making your journey to the town quick, easy and stress-free.

 

 

By Air:

Teesside International Airport is approximately 30 minutes’ drive away from Hartlepool and provides superb links to the rest of the UK, Europe and even boasts international connections with its gateway hub at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. Find further information on the Teesside International Airport website here.

Just over an hour north of Hartlepool you’ll find Newcastle International Airport – the North East’s largest airport which directly connects the region to more than 80 global destinations. For additional guidance and information on flight routes visit their website.  

By Car:

The A19 and A689 are the two major roads feeding into Hartlepool from both the North and South via the A1 (M).

By Train:

Hartlepool train station is located just minutes from the town centre near Church Square, and neatly connects the town to the rest of the UK. Regular direct train services run across the North East to the likes of Newcastle, Middlesbrough and Sunderland. Long distance services to London and Edinburgh for example can be reached via connecting trains at York and Darlington respectively.

By Bus:

Hartlepool bus station is also located near Church Square with well-connected coach routes across the UK.