Marlow is a vibrant Georgian market town on
the River Thames. Within its historic streets are an
abundance of independent shops, a selection of national chains and
a thriving range of restaurants, bistros, cafes and
The town's famous landmark suspension
bridge, spanning the Thames, joins Buckinghamshire with Royal
Higginson Park, at bottom of the high street, is well
known for its gardens, riverside walks, and leisure centre as well
as a range of year-round community events.
Marlow is home to one of Britain's premier rowing clubs;
the annual regatta has been held since 1855.
Situated 5 miles northwest of Maidenhead and 33 miles
west of London. The train station connects to Maidenhead offering
services to London/West Country.
The A4155 runs through the town, while the nearby A404 connects
the M40 (J4) to the M4 (J8/9) accessing Heathrow and the motorway