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Tel code: 01628 | code search
Postcode: SL1 | code search
Population: 12500
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Old Five Bells
"Lovely idilic pub, great service, staff cheerful and enjoying their jobs, selection of real ale, wide selection of food and wine, well worth a visit

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Grovefield Hotel
"Good Points: beutifull decor and rooms Bad Points: i found dirty underwear in my bathroom hanging on the door fire alarm went off at 5.30am and there was no expalnation as ..." More

Grovefield Hotel
"Lovely hotel in nice grounds, pleasant room and newly redecorated bathroom. The restaurant was nice and the food good, breakfast great. The staff were pleasant and helpful. This beautiful hotel ..." More

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Burnham, considered still to be a village by many of its residents, has a population of 12,500. In South Buckinghamshire it lies north of the River Thames, sitting on the border with Berkshire, between the towns of Maidenhead and Slough. The town is best regarded as being part of Slough due to urban development encroaching, although it has retained some of its unique character. Burnham was once an important town. The road from London to Bath passed through and, as a result, in 1271, the town received a Royal charter to hold a market and an annual fair. However, when the bridge crossing the Thames in Maidenhead opened the main road was diverted away from Burnham, which fell into relative decay. The market was then transferred to Maidenhead. Owing to its proximity to Pinewood Film & TV Studios, Burnham and surrounding areas can be spotted in numerous films, notably a number of the Carry On films from the 1960s and 70s. There are 2 18-hole golf courses in Burnham, along with grand hotels, The Grovefield which is Edwardian and set in 7 acres and the Georgian hotel Burnham Beeches. The parish church, St Peters, dates in part from the twelfth century but has been substantially expanded, refurbished and altered, with major restorations


St Peter, Burnham


Mr Odendaal & Partners
Mr R Lenko & Associates


Burnham Health Centre

Golf Club

Burnham Beeches
Lambourne Golf Club

Performing Arts

Slough Philharmonic Society

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Bee At Burnham
Beech Tree Inn
Blackwood Arms
Brickmakers Arms
Feathers Inn
Old Five Bells
The George
The Pheasant
The Red Lion


Akash Tandoori
Grays Restaurant
Unique Spice

Woodstock of Burnham


Burnham Grammar School
Burnham Upper School
Lent Rise Combined School
St Peter's CofE Combined School


Burnham Radio Cars


Tudor Barn

Sports Clubs

BBC Mishits CC (Cricket)
Burnham CC (Cricket)
Burnham Joggers AC (Athletics)
Taplow Lake Sailing Club (Sailing)


John Wake
Squirrels Health Foods
Hearn & Son Butchers
The Cake Collection
Bread & Things
Alliance Pharmacy Ltd
The Gift Shop

Secret Garden
Flower House
Horizons Bookshops
Oberon Art
Tuck Shop
Thames Valley Pet Food Supplies Ltd
The Studio Hair Salon


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Grovefield Hotel (0.53 miles)

Grovefield Hotel

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The Grovefield House Hotel is an Edwardian Country House nestled in 7 acres of landscaped gardens. The hotel offers 40 bedrooms including four-posters, half testers and our award winning, 2 AA Rosette ... More

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Burnham Beeches Hotel (0.67 miles)

Burnham Beeches Hotel

Burnham Beeches Hotel, built in 1727, is a four star hotel ideally located in 10 acres of beautiful gardens and manicured lawns in a peaceful setting yet only minutes from the M4/M40 and Burnham railway ... More | visit website

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The Pines Hotel (0.68 miles)

The Pines Hotel

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The Pines Hotel is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the local business world. The hotel is set in ... More

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Taplow House Hotel (1.45 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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Furnival Lodge (1.90 miles)

Furnival Lodge
Choose Furnival Lodge; Slough's premier guest accommodation. The facilities are modern and of a high standard (Visit Britain 4 star rated). The strategic location ensures convenient connections to our guests. Established in 1988 and recently ... More | visit website
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Thames Hotel (1.91 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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Cliveden House (1.91 miles)

Cliveden House
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One of England's finest country Houses, built for refined living and entertaining. A centre of influence, wealth and political power for over 300 years. The famous former home of ... More | visit website
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Sheephouse Manor (1.93 miles)

Sheephouse Manor

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Charming 16th century farmhouse set in tranquil grounds. All rooms tastefully decorated with en-suite facilities, tea & coffee, mini bar & T.V.Bray village, Cookham Village,and River Thames nearby.Legoland 15 minutes ... More

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Thames Riviera Hotel (2.01 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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Red Roofs at Oldfield (2.05 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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