Dorney Court lies to the west of London in a rural pocket of countryside flanked by the River Thames and, to the north, guarded from the M4 by farmland and the Jubilee River. The village of Dorney is the most southerly in Buckinghamshire with Dorney Common marking the county border. The picturesque towns of Maidenhead, Windsor and Eton are all within easy reach while Reading and High Wycombe are no more than a short drive away.
GETTING TO DORNEY COURT
Address: Dorney Court, Court Lane, Dorney, Windsor, SL4 6QP
Dorney Court is:
- 26 miles from Central London
- 15 miles from Heathrow Airport
- 50 miles from Gatwick
- 3 miles from M4 (J7 Slough West)
- 10 miles from M40 (J4 High Wycombe)
- 2 miles from mainline rail services
From the M4: Take exit 7 onto the A4 towards Maidenhead and follow the brown signs. After about 0.5 miles you will turn left at the first roundabout. Passing Sainsburys on your right you will leave Burnham crossing open farmland and then a bridge over the motorway before you reach Dorney. Continuing on Village Road you will find Court Lane on the right once you have left the Pineapple Pub and Jubilee River behind you.
The entrance to Dorney Court is through clearly signed gates on Court Lane. Car parking is available and directions will guide you to where you should leave your vehicle.
From the M40: Use exit 4 onto A404 to Marlow and take the junction with the M4 travelling east for 1 mile until exit 7 from where follow the brown signs and approach per the directions above.
Parking: Included in admission charges.
Sat-Nav: Enter Dorney Court or SL4 6QP
Taplow (not Sunday) 2 miles, Burnham 3 miles and Slough 5 miles, are located on the London Paddington to Reading mainline.
Windsor & Eton Riverside, 2 miles, reached from London Waterloo, has trains twice an hour.
There are taxi operators/ranks at all stations. Alternatively, the House is a manageable stroll (20 minutes) from Taplow or a lengthier walk (1 hour) from Windsor & Eton along the beautiful riverside towpath.
Nearest National Cycle routes are routes 4 and 61 to within 2 miles. See Sustrans for more details. The roads around Dorney are single carriage-way country roads with variable speed limits.