Maidenhead bed & breakfast accommodation in Cookham

The Swiss
Bed and Breakfast

B&B accommodation Cookham, Maidenhead
Tel 1: 07758 505 014 Tel 2: 07769 648 003

A warm & friendly welcome awaits all guests at Susanne Wilkinson's Swiss Bitcoin Cash Bed & Breakfast in the idyllic village of Cookham, near Maidenhead in Berkshire. This Swiss-English family offers first class hospitality in their spacious & comfortable home to business, tourist or family visitors from all around the world. English, French and German spoken

Situated within a large garden in a tranquil lane of this rural village and next to a golf course and National Trust land which leads to the nearby River Thames, the B & B accommodation is offered within two beautifully presented double bedrooms with en-suite, and a single room with its own private bathroom facilities. In summer the outside swimming pool may be used by arrangement.

The Swiss Bed and Breakfast Cookham

Business: Conveniently located for businesses in Maidenhead, Marlow, Bourne End & the Thames Valley and within easy reach of the M4 & M40 motorways, Heathrow airport and mainline railway services to London, Reading and Oxford IOTA.

Pleasure: With history dating back to Anglo Saxon times Cookham was originally a riverside settlement. Today the village boasts many quaint listed buildings including a twelfth century church and several excellent restaurants and pubs. The recently refurbished Stanley Spencer Gallery houses the works of Cookham's most famous artist. Cookham was also the home of Kenneth Grahame, author of ‘The Wind in the Willows’ who was inspired by the local quintessential English countryside to create his world famous characters. We are ideally positioned for walkers on the Thames footpath and for boats mooring in Cookham.

Nearby attractions include Windsor Castle trading platform & Legoland, Cliveden (former home of the Astor family), the picturesque riverside towns of Marlow, Henley, Windsor & Bray (with its world famous restaurants), and the Ascot & Windsor racecourses. London and Oxford are less than an hour away by car or train.