Maidenhead Accommodation and Other Services
RambleFest lists details of Maidenhead accommodation and other services, including contact info, and website and location links.
Maidenhead is on the Thames Path. Maidenhead map
The Thames Path touches only the eastern edge of Maidenhead, so we have taken care to ensure accommodation and refreshment places are not too far from the Path. Maidenhead has a rail station, obviously important for those walking the Thames Path in separate stages.
We have allocated each Maidenhead accommodation a type, e.g. B&B, Guest House, Hotel, Inn, Hostel, Self catering, etc.
The Grenfell Arms
22 Oldfield Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 1TW
Tel: 01628 620705
Type: B&B accommodation
Info: “Here at the Grenfell Arms we aim to serve up the best in cask ale, great wines, quality food and comfortable en-suite rooms.
We are situated in a great location in Maidenhead just off the A4 with fabulous characterful bar and dining areas, oak panelling and a cosy real fire for those cooler evenings. Our comfortable rooms have all been recently refurbished to a high standard and all 8 of them have quality beds to ensure a great nights sleep and smart flat screens TV’s with on demand throughout. Our garden has just been ‘made over’ and is perfect when the sun comes out but also equipped with heaters and giant umbrellas for when the Great British Weather decides to be un-cooperative!
Our drinks range includes 8 cask ales with beers from some great local brewers and a quality wine list.
We have 8 comfortable, refurbished rooms all fitted with flat screen tv and fully en suite. Our rooms have independent access and on site parking.”
Ilex Guest House
15 Ray Drive, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 8NG
Tel: 01628 777229
Type: B&B accommodation
Sheephouse Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 8HJ
Tel: 01628 776902
Type: Self-catering accommodation
Info: Located at Maidenhead Court, about 1¼ miles prior to Maidenhead Bridge.
The Thames Riviera Hotel
The Bridge, Bridge Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 8DW
Type: Hotel accommodation and Restaurant (Blue River Cafe)
Info: Perfectly placed next to the Thames Path. The dining area has a terrace overlooking the Thames.
“Stay and relax in our modern Double Rooms with en suite bathroom, some with balconies and some with partial views over The River Thames. All Double Rooms have integral desks for ease of work, with free wireless internet access. Relax in the comfortable easy-chairs and watch one of the many Freeview channels on your 26” wall-mounted flat screen TV.
Each Double Room is equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board, bathroom toiletries, direct dial telephone and hairdryer.”
Jenners Riverside Cafe
Riverside Gardens Park, Ray Mead Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 8NP
Tel: 01628 621721
Type: Tea Shop / Cafe
Info: Excellently located ¼ mile prior to Maidenhead Bridge on the Thames Path.
“Jenner’s Cafe is a licensed premises at Riverside Gardens. A family owned business that has been running for three generations since 1959, We pride ourselves on good food and service in a family friendly environment.”
There are many, many restaurants. We will add them by recommendation. Many of the pubs either have dedicated restaurant areas or serve bar meals.
Wherever possible, we mention pubs serving food and/or real ale
15 Queen Street
15 Queen Street, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 1NB
Tel: 01628 623800
Info: Food served. This was the Hand and Flowers. Confusingly, there is still a Hand and Flowers pub on the Thames Path, but it is in Marlow.
“15 Queen Street is a brand-new Bar and Steakhouse in Maidenhead town centre which aims to be the go to place for drinks, business lunches, romantic meals or any other occasion. They are proud to bring the new Bar and Steakhouse to 15 Queen Street with a brand-new look of sumptuous, heritage interior, low lighting and dark leathers. The wood panelled bar will remain the focus of the building maintaining the character and history of the site. Steak is top of the agenda giving Hendrik’s Head Chef Dan Roth the opportunity to showcase the beefy brilliance of Newbottle Farm. As well as smaller dishes, signature sides and hearty desserts. Serving a selection of cask and bottled beer, an array of gins, classic cocktails and ever changing, carefully selected wine list, there is plenty to choose from. Product, Flavour and Service has been the name of the game for Hendrik and Julie at their restaurant and this simple approach will be the behind everything they do at 15 Queen Street Bar and Steakhouse.”
Beer in the Evening pages for Maidenhead
The rail station is located in
Station Approach, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 1EW [map]
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