Getting Around

Getting Around

Ferndale is beautifully situated opposite open fields, on the outskirts of Bray village, near Windsor. To find out more check out our guides to Windsor and Windsor Great Park.

Getting Around

By car

  • Junction 8 of the M4, offering an easy link to London is only a couple of miles away.
  • The M4 also provides a simple route into Reading (25 minutes’ drive from Ferndale Park) in the opposite direction.
  • Maidenhead is only 10 minutes’ drive away.

By train

The two closest railway stations are:

  • Windsor and Eton Riverside, which offers direct routes into Victoria, and Central London via Richmond and Clapham
  • Windsor and Eton Central, which offers direct routes into Paddington and Central London via Ealing. This station also offers good connections to Reading and Oxford.

Coming soon…

Maidenhead Station is less than 3 miles from Ferndale Park and when the new Crossrail connection is complete, this will give a fantastic upgrade to Windsor and Maidenhead’s connections to London. The plans as they currently stand will be for 4-6 trains per hour from Maidenhead to Central London (and on to Essex) from December 2019 onwards. The best journey time from Maidenhead to Paddington will be around 35 minutes – marvellous!

By bus

There is a useful local bus service, stopping immediately outside the park entrance:

  • No 16A bus service, which gives regular access to Windsor in one direction and Maidenhead in the other.

Connections by road, rail and bus to Ferndale ParkFind out more about Windsor, within easy reach of Ferndale Park, BrayEverything Windsor Great Park has to offer, on the doorstep

For further information about Ferndale Park and the local area, please check out the links above and our pages on location, our Park Guidelines and Homes for Sale.