A direct line to London's attractions

Lying between Maidenhead and Slough to the north of the River Thames, this peaceful small town has excellent transport links. It’s close to the M4, and Burnham railway station has a direct line to Paddington Station, so you can be exploring the dizzying sights of central London within 45 minutes.

Country walks in Burnham Beeches

This ancient woodland is famed for its beech and oak trees, many of which are more than 400 years old. Keep your eyes peeled for unusual fungi, plants and wildlife. For more natural beauty, head to Nearby Dorneywood. The 1930s-style gardens of this country retreat of the Chancellor of the Exchequer are spectacular, with aromatic herbaceous borders, a cottage garden and lily pond. Be aware they’re not open every day though.

A day out in Windsor

This historic town is a 15-minute drive from Burnham. No trip is complete without a visit to the magnificent royal residence of Windsor Castle, while Windsor Great Park is a stunning place to relax on a sunny day. If you’re bringing the kids, don’t miss LEGOLAND Windsor, the UK’s only Lego resort. It's got 12 exciting lands to explore, including Ninjago World brand new for 2017, and dozens of thrilling rides. Looking for a cheap hotel Near Burnham? To the west, Travelodge Maidenhead Central Hotel is 3 miles from the town, while to the east of the town is Travelodge Slough Hotel, ideal for trips to Windsor.