Maidenhead offers the best of urban living set against the tranquil backdrop of the River Thames. With outstanding rail links to central London, it’s ideally located for those who seek to enjoy a healthy work/life balance and with the introduction of the new Crossrail service it will be possible to travel directly to the West End.View Homes
An approximate 10 minute walk will take you to the heart of Maidenhead, with its range of independent stores, regular markets offering the best of local and continental produce and many familiar high street names including H&M, Topshop and Monsoon. You’ll also find a lively social scene and a generous selection of restaurants including Pizza Express and the newly opened Coppa Club. For an out of town retail experience head 1.5 miles to the Bishop Centre, Taplow, home to well known brands including Tesco, TK Maxx, Nike and Bella Italia.
For movie fans there’s a 10-screen Odeon cinema showing all the latest releases while for those who want to stay active, choose between three leisure centres, or venture outdoors to Kidwells Park, Grenfell Park or Braywick Nature Park. Golfers will appreciate the proximity of Maidenhead Golf Club, set in rolling parkland just minutes from Venue.
The River Thames is approximately a 7 minute walk from Venue, bringing you the opportunity to enjoy life on the water or alongside it. Pleasure boats ply the river from Maidenhead to Windsor, while tranquil riverside walks from Maidenhead to Cookham offer fabulous vistas of the surrounding countryside and magnificent landmarks such as Cliveden. If you like your activities on the water head to Bray Lake for range of watersports and fishing,
or Dorney Lake for rowing and canoeing.
The nearby village of Bray is home to two of the UK’s five three-Michelin star restaurants, Heston Blumenthal’s world-famous residency The Fat Duck and Alain Roux’s Waterside Inn, both dining experiences to remember, and a must-visit for adventurous foodies. Dine out at a riverside restaurant such as the newly opened Roux at Skindles or Boulters and enjoy a tasty meal with a view or venture upstream to Tom Kerridge’s Hand and Flowers at Marlow, the only pub in the UK with two Michelin stars.
With its fantastic rail links to London, it’s easy to travel to and from the city. With around 100 trains running from Maidenhead station to London Paddington every day with an average travel time of 38 minutes, your journey from home to desk needn’t be difficult. Commuters to Reading can be there in as little as 8 minutes and the introduction of the highly anticipated Crossrail service will get you to the heart of the West End directly. By car, Venue is just over 2 miles from the M4, 6.5 miles from Windsor and just under 7 miles from Slough.
Heathrow T2 / T323 minutes
Tottenham Court Road40 minutes
Liverpool Street Station46 minutes
Canary Wharf55 minutes
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