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County - Berkshire | Map
Tel code: 01628 | code search
Postcode: SL6 | code search
Population: 8460
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Folk Customs:
Beating the Bounds
Eton Wall Game
Hungerford Hocktide Court
Swan Upping
Ufton Nervet Bread and Cloth Dole

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Riverside Brasserie
"Very disappointed. The food is very, very average. The Sirloin Steak is very dry and tough. I don't understand why it is served with fries with no sauce. The prices ..." More

Riverside Brasserie
"Very dissapointed. Waited nearly 10 minutes before being asked if we wanted a drink (I wouldnt have minded but there was hardly anyone else eating at the time so the ..." More

Stafferton Lodge Pub Restaurant
"I must write and sing the praises of The Toby Carvery (all over the UK) but especially my favourite at Stafferton Lodge. I spent two or three afternoons a week ..." More

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"Bray is a delightful village on the banks of the Thames just outside Maidenhead. Famed for its "mad Vicar" in the past it is now known for the incredibly ..." More

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Dined at the Hinds Head for my 32nd birthday, here ...More

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Bray is an enchanting village on the banks of the River Thames in Berkshire. Set just a couple of miles as the duck paddles from Maidenhead, and only three miles from Royal Windsor, the impressive Norman church is dedicated to St Michael and is where the Celtic Mother Goddess, Sheela-Na-Gig rests in the rafters. The Marina has colourful yachts, and the eclectic mix of timber framed and Georgian homes beckons to Celebs and top drawer residents alike. Lovers of history can step over the bridge designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, or possibly the stunning Tudor treasure of nearby Dorney Court will tempt a visit, Museum lovers should go back to school at Eton College Museum which shares an insight into school days past, for military splendour there's the Berkshire Yeomanry Museum, or maybe the Household Cavalry Museum will be top of the list. Smaller visitors will enjoy being heroes at Legoland where white knuckle rides and thousands of bricks are the order of the day. Fancy a flutter? then the fillies at Windsor Racecourse are bound to be favourite, sail up the Thames, or perhaps the breath stealing beauty of Windsor Castle or St George's Chapel will bedazzle all who gaze. Or perhaps blow away the cobwebs in Windsor Great Park with lakes, gardens and beautiful woodland to explore.

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Crown Inn
Hinds Head
Stafferton Lodge Pub Restaurant

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Caldesi
Crown Inn
French Restaurant
Hinds Head
Riverside Brasserie
Slice Restaurant
Stafferton Lodge Pub Restaurant
The Fat Duck
Waterside Inn

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Bray Preschool

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1st Class Cars

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Maidenhead (Men's Hockey)
Maidenhead (Women's Hockey)

Shops

Inet Togs Ltd
Shoppers Stop
Bray Hair Studio
Secret Beauty

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Activities

Wayside Stables(Riding)

Places to Stay near Bray

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Monkey Island Hotel (0.09 miles)

Monkey Island Hotel

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Dating from 1840, this unique hotel rests on its own private island in the middle of the River Thames.
Accessible only by footbridge or boat, Monkey Island Hotel is surrounded by beautiful ... More

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Oakley Court Hotel (1.11 miles)

Oakley Court Hotel
Oakley Court is a Victorian, Gothic mansion set in 35 acres overlooking the River Thames just outside Windsor. The Hotel has featured in numerous films from the Rocky Horror Show to St Trinians

It boasts 118 ... More | visit website
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Red Roofs at Oldfield (1.53 miles)

Red Roofs at Oldfield
You are assured a warm welcome at Redroofs at Oldfield, the spacious Victorian guest house nestled on the River Thames in Maidenhead. The property has large and comfortable rooms and children are welcome. Remote colour ... More | visit website
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Thames Riviera Hotel (1.56 miles)

Thames Riviera Hotel

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Located on the scenic banks of the Thames, this hotel is ideal for Windsor, Legoland, Ascot Racecourse and London. Many rooms have small balconies and river views. The hotel is a 30-minute ... More

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Grenfill Arms (1.58 miles)

Grenfill Arms
The Grenfell Arms is a family run pub, restaurant and Bed & Breakfast situated just outside Maidenhead town centre, on Oldfield Road, the Grenfell arms is the perfect stop over. Conveniently located within walking distance ... More | visit website
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Celestia Luxury Serviced Apartments (1.68 miles)

Celestia Luxury Serviced Apartments

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A brand new development of one and two bedroom fully furnished and serviced luxury serviced apartments located in the centre of Maidenhead within a short walk to all local amenities, ... More

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Taplow House Hotel (1.71 miles)

Taplow House Hotel

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A stunning Georgian retreat situated on the border between Berkshire and Buckinghamshire and a peaceful haven only 15 min. from London Heathrow Airport and 10 min. from Historic Windsor. Set in ... More | visit website

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Thames Hotel (1.75 miles)

Thames Hotel

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The Thames Hotel is a privately owned hotel, idyllically situated on the banks of the River Thames on the outskirts of Maidenhead. The Hotel opened in the late 1880's during which ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Maidenhead Central (1.85 miles)

Travelodge Maidenhead Central
Travelodge Maidenhead Central Hotel is well located just 16 miles from London Heathrow Airport, and Gatwick Airport is 52 miles away. Attractions and popular sights in the London area which are within easy reach of ... More | visit website
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Fredrick’s Hotel, Restaurant & Spa (1.87 miles)

Fredrick’s Hotel, Restaurant & Spa

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Discover Berkshires best kept secret, an award winning oasis, dedicated to the highest standards of hospitality. At Fredrick’s we have the simple philosophy of putting our guests first. We understand ... More

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