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Maidenhead is a town and area within the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, in Berkshire, England. Maidenhead lies on the banks of the River Thames, and lies just over 25 miles from Charing Cross in London.
Famous for its beautiful scenery, excellent transport links and close proximity to the capital, it’s no wonder why so many businesses are now choosing to have their serviced offices in Maidenhead. Now one of the most affluent areas in Great Britain, Maidenhead’s position in the River Thames countryside make it the ideal location for businesses that still need to commute to London.
Situated on the main road and rail routes to London, Reading and other neighbouring towns and cities, Maidenhead is also famous for the Great Western Railway, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
Tenants with access to serviced offices in Maidenhead have good access to motorway links, overground train services, buses and only a 25 minute drive to Heathrow airport, and an hour’s drive to Gatwick airport. Buses and trains are in plentiful supply, ensuring that you are well connected when it comes to travelling around, to, and from Maidenhead.
Airport Code: LHR
Distance from Maidenhead: 17 miles (27.35km)
Airport Code: LGW
Distance from Maidenhead: 53 miles (85.3km)
Travelling to and from serviced offices in Maidenhead shouldn’t be a problem with a wide selection of train services through the town. The Great Western Main Line passes through Maidenhead railway station and offers links to London and stations towards Bristol.
Maidenhead Station is also the beginning of the branch line from Maidenhead to Marlow, and another station in town; Furze Platt railway station, also serves the northern area of Maidenhead.
Businesses with serviced offices in Maidenhead are served by many local bus services in the area, many of which are provided by First Berkshire & The Thames Valley, Arriva the Shires and Essex and Courtney Coaches.
One of Britain’s best-known roads - the A4 - passes through the town and crosses the Thames over Maidenhead Bridge. Maidenhead is accessible from Junction’s 8 and 9 on the M4 - also accessible via the A404(M) and A308(M). The A404 goes around the western edge of Maidenhead, and serves as the main link between the M4 and M40.