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About Maidenhead Railway Station

Maidenhead Railway Station is a train station serving the large town of Maidenhead, Berkshire. The station was constructed as part of the original Great Western Railway Line, which began running trains as far as Reading in 1840, and was the line's first terminus. Today it's managed by the modern Great Western Railway.

Get to know Berkshire

Berkshire is a peaceful, green, and distinctly regal county. Here, nestled amongst miles of rolling country downs, visitors can explore impressive castle estates with their own beautiful deer parks, prestigious race courses, bustling cities like Reading and peaceful nature spots like Walbury Hill. If you've never visited this lovely part of England before, you're sure to find some pleasant surprises that you'll never forget!

Soak in the beauty of The Savill Garden

The Savill Garden offers all the peace and beauty you'd expect from one of the finest ornamental gardens in Britain. Named after the landscape architect Sir Eric Savill, it was commissioned by George V in the early 20th century, and since then has grown to be one of Berkshire's most beloved attractions. Its 35 acres of gorgeous gardens and woodland frequently host seasonal events which the entire family can enjoy.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Maidenhead Railway Station? Travelodge Maidenhead Central Hotel is just across the road from the station, and Travelodge Slough Hotel is a 20-minute drive away.