The roads in and out of the village comprise:
- The A602,which runs North West to Stevenage and South East to Ware (both approximately 6 miles away)
- The A119, which runs South to Hertford (approximately 5 miles away) via the villages of Stapleford and Waterford
- Watton Road, which runs South West to Datchworth and on towards Welwyn (approximately 5 miles away)
- Walkern Road, which runs North West to the cross roads for the villages of Aston, Benington and on to Walkern.
The main roads leading into London, are the A1(M), which can be accessed at Stevenage or Welwyn, and the A10 which can be accessed at Ware or Hertford. The M25 and the M1 are approximately 35 minutes drive. Luton and Stanstead airports are approximately 20 miles away.
Taxis are available in the village or from the nearby towns.
The main bus route is the 390 which runs between Stevenage and Hertford, as does the less-frequent 384. A School Bus, the R88, also runs to Hertford and Ware. In addition, there is a 203 morning-service to Welwyn Garden City on Thursdays.
If you want more information about the bus services, visit: www.intalink.org.uk
Watton-at-Stone railway station is part of the Great Northern Route Service managed by First Capital Connect. The local service runs between Letchworth, Stevenage and London (Moorgate/Kings Cross), using the Hertford Loop line. Tickets are available from a machine when the office is closed. Connections to main-line services to London and the North can be made at Stevenage.
If you want information about timetables, etc., the ticket office is open on weekday mornings or you can visit www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/was/details.html