Bray Marina is situated in a country park setting, providing berth holders with a delightfully tranquil mooring. From the marina there is direct access to the Thames and there are extensive well-maintained facilities available for all boat owners.
There are many attractions in the vicinity. Upstream is the National Trust property, Cliveden, with its extensive gardens and woodlands. Cookham is home of the Queen’s Swan Keeper, who can sometimes be seen in his traditional costume. Further on still is Hambledon Mill; from here the river is navigable as far as Lechlade.
Downstream lie the historic towns and villages of Windsor, Eton, Datchet and Runnymede. Bray annual berth holders, who receive exclusive membership of our Club Outlook scheme, can also enjoy reciprocal berthing arrangements at our nearby Windsor and Penton Hook marinas. Just a four hour cruise from Bray Marina, Penton Hook Marina also makes a convenient overnight stop before cruising on to Central London, some six hours away.
Also on site is the highly acclaimed Riverside Brasserie. Twice winner of the AA rosette award for culinary excellence and short-listed for the Tatler best country restaurant, the Brasserie is especially popular with Club Outlook members. The 400 berth marina boasts an active club, which holds social functions as well as boat training lessons and handling competitions, a small chandlery, engineering services, brokerage and fuel.