Living in Maidenhead

A popular London commuter town, put firmly on the map by the opening of the Elizabeth Line. Yes, Maidenhead is a great place to live for its connections to the capital, but there’s more to whet your appetite than trainlines.

Some would argue it’s the foodie capital of Berkshire – with Bray (just down the road) being home to Heston’s and the Roux Brothers’ triple Michelin-starred restaurants. And that’s just for starters…

Add to the mix waterside living, royal castles and an Area of National Beauty nearby, and you’ve got quite the recipe.

Our neighbourhood in Maidenhead

Your guide to living in Maidenhead

To help you explore this corner of Berkshire we’ve created an area guide covering things to do in Maidenhead, green spaces to wander, places to eat and drink, and local villages that are worth a visit:

Your complete Maidenhead area guide

Since Brunel built the largest railway arch in Maidenhead in the early 1800s, this town has benefited from being the bridge between idyllic countryside living and city buzz. Commuters come for the extra space and convenience, and stay for the Michelin-starred pubs, islands in the stream (river) and rolling Chiltern Hills. Come join them…

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