How to get here

By train

Taplow (not Sunday) 2½ miles and Burnham 3 miles are both on the London Paddington to Reading mainline. Taxi office/rank at both stations. We do not advise walking from these stations along the main roads. These are country roads with no pavements and very fast traffic (60 mph). Bourne End 2 miles is on the Maidenhead to Marlow branch line. There is no taxi rank. To walk from Bourne End station to Cliveden allow 40 minutes - download our walking route below. These stations are served by First Great Western. £1 voucher for shop or café for those arriving by 'green transport'.

By road

From M4 take exit 7 onto the A4 towards Maidenhead and follow the brown signs. After about 1.5miles, you will turn right at traffic lights onto Berry Hill. Continuing on to become Cliveden Road, the woodland car park will be about 1.5 miles on your left and the garden entrance a further 1.5 miles on your left. From M40 take exit 4 onto A404 to Marlow an exit at junction 2, following the brown signs. Bear left at the roundabout onto A4155 towards Bourne End. Follow the A4155 for about two miles through Bourne End and on towards Wooburn. At the third roundabout you’ll take the right-hand exit onto Hawkes Hill. Follow this road as it becomes Hedsor Hill, then Bourne End Road. After two miles, at the ‘Y’ junction, turn right onto Cliveden Road and the garden entrance is a few hundred metres further on the right. Continue for a further 1.5 miles to reach the woodlands. The garden entrance is opposite the Feathers Inn. Note this entrance is width and height restricted so if coming in an oversize vehicle please call us on 01628 605069 for details. Click on the map pin to plan your route.

Parking: Included in admission charges

Sat-Nav: Gardens: enter Cliveden Road and SL1 8NS Woodlands: enter SL6 0HJ

By foot

To walk from Bourne End to Cliveden allow 40 minutes and follow our route below through Bourne End and across the fields.

By bus

Unfortunately there are no public bus services to Cliveden.

By cycle

Nearest National Cycle routes are routes 50 and 61 to within 2 miles. See Sustrans for more details. The roads around Cliveden are single carriage-way country roads with 60 mph speed limits. £1 voucher for shop or café for those arriving by 'green transport'.

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    Coming by car?

    • Car Sat Nav - use SL1 8NS for the gardens entrance
    • Car Sat Nav - use SL6 0HJ for the woodland car park
    • Coaches and oversize vehicles visitng the gardens please use Hedsor Gate - Sat Nav SL6 0JA

    Walking here

    It's about a two-mile walk from Bourne End to Cliveden and our walking route will take you along pavements and footpaths through the fields.

    Mooring

    Our picturesque Thames riverbank is available for public mooring. The mooring fee is £8.00 per 24 hours (including members) and is payable to the River Warden on request. Fee does not include entry to Cliveden.

    Get outdoors and cycle to see us © NTPL/John Millar

    Get outdoors and cycle to see us

    Green transport offer

    As a thank you for travelling to Cliveden by 'green transport', we offer a £1 voucher to spend in our cafés or shop during your visit.

    If you're coming to see us on foot, by bike, via train or in an electric vehicle, collect your voucher from the team at the front gate on arrival.

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