Marlow is a delightful town well known for its beautiful Thames location and famous suspension bridge and hosts many boutique shops, restaurants, cafes and bistros within a short walk of our apartments. Here you can enjoy a drink, coffee or a meal in pleasant surroundings. The Thames path can be enjoyed either on foot or by bike or you can take a boat trip.
Marlow provides you with easy access to the M4 and the M40, Henley, Windsor, Oxford, Maidenhead, Reading, High Wycombe, Slough, Bracknell as well as London and Heathrow Airport (30 minutes). The rail connection at Marlow connects to London or Reading and farther afield via Maidenhead. Marlow provides easy access to the Chiltern Hills.
Marlow hosts numerous sports and leisure facilities including golf (at Harleyford, Winter Hill in Cookham, Flackwell Heath, Hedsor and Wycombe Heights), rugby at Marlow RFC, rowing at Marlow Rowing Club, football, tennis, cricket, bowls, boat hire, an excellent childrens’ play area, a small public swimming pool, a skate park, and Higginsons Park which is set in 23 acres of lawns beside the river.
Nearby to Marlow are Legoland and Thorpe Park, and Chessington World of Adventure for day visits. Windsor Castle is but a 30 minute drive away and the beautiful town of Henley-on-Thames is 15 minutes away, an ideal location to stay for the Henley Regatta or Festival. The famous National Trust Property, Cliveden at Taplow is only 15 minutes away by car. The Thames-side village of Bray is 8 miles away.
Famous Michelin Star restaurants nearby include in Marlow Tom Kerridge's Hand in Flower (2 star), The Coach (1 star). In Bray Heston Blumenthal's Fat Duck (3 star) and Hinds Head pub (1Star), also in Bray is Alain Roux's The Waterside Inn (3 star). In Great Milton, Oxfordshire, Raymond Blanc's Le Manoir aux Quat' Saisons restaurant (2 star).
Other day trips from Marlow include Harry Potter World, the wonderful Roald Dahl Museum, and the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford.
Midsommer Murders: There is a fantastic trail you can take through Marlow and Hambledon to see many of the Midsommer locations. More detailed information about Midsommer and Marlow can be found at:
A self guide walk from Marlow to Bourne End https://www.discoveringbritain.org/content/discove...