Dorney Court &Maidenhead Tour
Beautiful medieval homeDorney Court is one of the country’s finest stately homes and any visit is a fascinating and unique experience. Built in the 15th Century, the Tudor Manor House has been lived in by the Palmer family who have passed this remarkable and characterful building from father to son over thirteen generations. Visitors will find rooms full of history. Oak and beautiful lacquer furniture compete for space with family portraits and treasures collected over six centuries.
Bray won the Small Village award
Bray has become a very popular stopping place for visitors to the Royal Borough as it features a wealth of cottages and houses, fine dining and attractive riverbank properties.In 2005 Bray won the Small Village award in the Britain in Bloom competition.
Beautiful little Island on the edge of Maidenhead centre
This hidden 'Island' is tranquil, restful.
Lovely old Brunel Bridge
Brunel's railway bridge over the Thames is a historic feat of engineering, being the widest brick span in the world.
During our travels
We look at Dorney Court .One of England's finest Tudor manor houses.
The house was the runner-up in Country Life's Finest Manor House in Great Britain in 2006.
The charming Tea Room at Dorney Court Kitchen Garden offers a range of light snacks, homemade goodies, soft drinks and delicious cream teas.
House, Garden & Grounds Ticket Adult £9
Child (10-16yrs old) £5.50
Available August 2019: everyday
In Bray we can see two world famous restaurants of Heston Blumenthal.
We will take a stroll by the Thames and walk amongst cottages of the 'old England'.
In Maidenhead we will take a walk on Ray Mill Island.It's an extremely picturesque place and has a 'secret garden' feel.
A little haven of tranquillity.
There are aviaries with birds to look at and small creatures such as rabbits and guinea pigs too.
There is a working lock to help with water traffic, called Boulter's Lock. We can see various boats on the river.
We look at Brunel's Railway Bridge over the River Thames at Maidenhead boasted the widest yet flattest brick arches constructed in the world.
The costs for tours above do not include any admission costs or refreshments.