Maidenhead on the River Thames in Berkshire is situated between Reading and Slough but in close proximity to Windsor in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. The M4 London to the West Country can be accessed at Junction 8/9 via the A404M and A308M. Maidenhead is on the main line railway from London to Bristol and is one of the proposed termini for the London Crossrail scheme.
With its location on the River Thames it is not surprising that Maidenhead’s average house price according to recent surveys is one of the highest in the country. The town has a pedestrian free shopping centre, good choice of schools and is in the heart of the Thames Valley. Surrounding Maidenhead are villages such as Bray famous for Heston Blumenthals ‘Fat Duck’ Restaurant, Taplow, Cookham the home of The Stanley Spencer Gallery, Pinkneys Green, Holyport and, of course, Windsor.