The thriving town centres of both Maidenhead and Slough, with their numerous amenities are just a short distance away, while many other attractions can be found within the immediate and surrounding areas.
Amenities on your doorstep
From Huntercombe Park it's just a quick trip to Sainsburys at Lake End Road, The Bishop Centre shopping village or the Bath Road Retail Park with retailers including Next, JJB Sports, Mothercare, Argos and B&Q Warehouse.
Maidenhead town centre
With such a thriving business community, the town has seen plenty of investment, ensuring that it offers the work-life balance that will attract the best people.
A wide range of retail, from big High Street names such as Next, Waitrose and Toni & Guy, to smaller boutiques and specialist outlets. For everyday convenience, The Nicholson Centre is a large covered mall in the centre of town, with a good choice of clothing, gift stores and coffee shops.
Eating and drinking
You’ll find a vast mix of gastropubs, fast-food outlets and restaurants in Maidenhead. There’s also a wide range of pubs, bars and cafés to explore, from Thames-side hostelries to town-centre cocktail bars and nightclubs.
From entertainment to fitness, Maidenhead offers all kinds of leisure pursuits. Keep in shape at the impressive Magnet Leisure Centre, or at one of the many private gyms including David Lloyd – which is right next door to The Odeon cinema with its eight screens.
Slough town centre
Home to some of the world's largest multinationals, Slough also supports a huge range of small businesses and a thriving community.
With the Queensmere and Observatory shopping centres to choose from, as well as Europe's biggest Tesco Extra, Slough offers visitors numerous household names for shopping, as well as a range of smaller specialist outlets.
Eating and drinking
The town centre features many well-known restaurants and cafés, while a short drive will take you into charming country villages with a huge selection of pubs and restaurants.
Keeping fit is easy in Slough, with Herschel Sports Centre and fitness clubs such as Virgin Active, along with several health spas in the town centre. Slough Ice Arena and Salt Hill Park tennis club are both popular attractions, while the well-regarded Stoke Park Golf Course is just a short drive away.
The surrounding towns and villages offer a huge variety of property for your staff, with something for everyone, from riverside mansions to starter apartments in the town centre.
Whether looking for nursery schools or further education, families with children are well catered for in the area, with a good mix of private and state schools, as well as religious and non-denominational establishments.
As well as Maidenhead and Slough, the famous Thames-side towns of Windsor, Marlow and Henley are also nearby. With numerous attractions and amenities to discover and enjoy, the local area offers everything you need for a well-rounded lifestyle.
Berkshire and Buckinghamshire offer beautiful countryside, first class leisure amenities and popular attractions. Whether you're looking for Michelin starred restaurants, Olympic rowing at Dorney Lake or a round of golf at prestigious Stoke Park, there’s something here for all tastes.
Choose between the charming town centre, world famous Windsor Castle, or Legoland, one of the UK's top attractions for children.
One of the world's finest luxury hotels, this grand stately home is set in the heart of the Berkshire countryside, surrounded by of magnificent formal gardens and parkland.
One of the finest and oldest boys schools in England. Visitors can book fascinating tours of the school campus and grounds.
Ascot hosts highlights of the international horse racing calendar including Royal Ascot. Evening racing at nearby Windsor racecourse is also hugely popular.
This leading golf club also features a 5-star hotel and spa, making it a delightful resort and the ideal place for entertaining clients or colleagues.
A gastronome's heaven, the surrounding area is home to some of the finest restaurants not only in the UK but in the world, including Heston Blumenthal's Fat Duck and the Roux Brothers' Waterside Inn, both in the nearby village of Bray.