Maidenhead is part of the Royal Borough of Windsor and is situated on the River Thames. If you enjoy walking and cycling there are lots of parks and open spaces. Kidwell park is the location for many events during the year including Maidenhead Carnival and Maidenhead at The Movies.
A short walk from the town centre is the 18th century road bridge and Brunel’s famous ‘Sounding Arch’ featured in Turners painting of ‘Rain, Steam and Speed’. From here you can walk to nearby villages; Marlow, Bray and Cookham.
There are several hotels and B&B’s in the area
Frederick’s Spa Hotel and Restaurant is situated on Shoppenhangers Road.
Access via road;
The A4 runs through town and crosses the Thames over Maidenhead Bridge. The town lies adjacent to junction 8/9 on the M4 motorway and is accessed via A404(M) and A308(M). The A308(M), A404(M) and A404 form the Marlow and Maidenhead bypass which act as an important link between the M4 to the south of town and M40 at High Wycombe.
Queen Street is a residential parking street but there are several parking options nearby. Nicholson’s Car Park and Grove Road car park are the closest.
Future for Maidenhead;
In 2019 Crossrail comes to town linking Maidenhead directly with London Liverpool Street and Bond Street. Also, in 2019, ‘The Landing’ will redevelop the town centre.