Getting here

Map of main hospital location

Coming by Car

University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust has introduced a new car parking tariff and process for patients and visitors at Weston General Hospital as of Monday 10 July 2023.

The Trust is introducing a pay by phone app, allowing even greater flexibility. Patients and visitors can also pay via one of our pay machines, that are equipped to accept cash, debit card chip and pin or contactless, as well as contactless pay using smartphones. Patients and visitors will be able to pay for parking at the end of their visit to our hospital. Automatic Number Plate recognition (ANPR) has also been installed. 

Our parking charges apply 24 hours a day at Weston General:

  • Up to 40 minutes: Free 
  • Up to 2 hours: £3.50
  • 2-4 hours: £6.00
  • 4-6 hours: £7.30
  • 6-8 hours: £12.00
  • 8-24 hours: £16.00

There is a 15 minute grace period after validating your ticket to exit the car park. 

Overnight parking (5pm - 7am) is available for £2.

Discounted parking is available for up to seven (7) days at a cost of £21, which is equivalent to £3 a day. This is available to all our patients and visitors who use our car park.

Parents of a young child staying overnight (5pm - 7am) in the hospital are entitled to free car parking. The ward where your child is staying will need to contact the Trust's Travel team. Please note that normal day time tariffs apply.

For outpatients that attend hospital a minimum of 3 times a month over a period no less than three (3) months, free car parking is available, please speak to the outpatients department where you are a patient for details.

Pay by phone

Weston General Hospital is pay on exit or pay by phone app Trust, up to six days after you park. You can download Trust via Apple App Store or Google Play.


Disabled Parking

There are 23 disabled car parking spaces near the front entrance. 

If you are a Blue Badge holder, you will be able to park free of charge in any of our parking spaces (apart from the drop-off spaces) as long as your Blue Badge is correctly displayed and you have scanned your blue badge at the car parking machine. 


There is a pick up and drop off point for taxis outside the revolving doors at the front entrance and a taxi phone inside the lobby


Coming to Weston General Hospital by public transport

The main hospital has good transport links and parking facilities.


Getting here by bus:


First Bus

For information about getting here by bus, please visit www.firstgroup.comor alternatively download the FirstBus app.


For further information on travelling by buses including travelling in to Weston town centre, contact Traveline on 0871 200 2233 (website: or alternatively download the traveline app from Google Play or Applestore.


Free shuttle bus

A free shuttle bus service is provided for patients, visitors and staff between Weston General Hospital and Weston-super-Mare train station. This service runs Monday to Friday. More information can be found on the travel pages of our Bristol website



Getting here by train:

The nearest train station is Weston-super-Mare railway station, which is about two miles from the hospital.

Visit or contact them on 0845 7484 950 (open 24-hours) for more information on rail times and fares.

Alternatively the Freedom Travelpass gives you unlimited travel on all train and most bus services in Bristol, Bath, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (though not on Crossville and Webberbus services). Travelpasses are available daily (peak and off-peak), weekly and monthly. You can buy one from station booking offices, bus ticket offices, train managers/conductors and First bus drivers. 

If you need any more information, contact Travel West on

For public transport journey planning please go to:

Getting here by bike:

There are 39 covered and lockable bike spaces in the Trust including a set next to the main hospital reception by the revolving doors.

To find the best route by bike please refer to the North Somerset Cycle Map, available free from local libraries or call the NSC Sustainable Travel and Road Safety Team on 01934 42692, or email  

Lots of local cycling information, maps and an on-line journey planner are available at



The Trust has worked with AccessAble to create detailed Access Guides to facilities, wards, and departments at Weston General Hospital.

The guides are 100 per cent facts, figures and photographs to help patients, visitors and staff plan their journeys to and around the hospital, covering everything from parking facilities and hearing loops, to walking distances and accessible toilets.

View the Weston General Hospital accessibility guide here: