MyWorkspot passionately creates spaces where people can work, thrive, and grow their businesses. We meticulously select locations to enhance our members’ work experiences. As you walk through our doors, we aim for you to feel at home. Furthermore, we are committed to ensuring that the location of our coworking space is precisely tailored to meet your needs. Choosing any town as a destination to live and work requires thorough research. To help, we have written this local guide of Maidenhead with our personal recommendations.

In early 2017, we inaugurated our first coworking site on Kings Street, Maidenhead. Responding to growing demand, we subsequently relocated to a larger space, Clyde House, Maidenhead. Another surge of interest empowered us to establish our second site at York House. Maidenhead, undergoing substantial redevelopment, remains a dynamic neighborhood with abundant offerings. With its name prominently featured on the Elizabeth line tube map, Maidenhead actively draws in new independent local businesses, large corporates, and London commuters. Moreover, it swiftly evolves into a hub for families, boasting excellent local schools and community events.

To maximise your workday beyond the office, we have written a local guide of Maidenhead with our recommendations for drinking, dining and lunchtime activities:

Top 5 Food & Drink Spots

Maidenhead has a good selection of eateries and pubs and with the town centre growing this is set to get better. In this local guide of Maidenhead we have handpicked our top 5 choices.

  1. Bakked – Nestled right by the new Maidenhead Waterways, Bakked is a local artisan bakery. It offers a huge selection of sandwich’s, cake, pastries and fab coffee! Everything is prepped on site and you can chose to eat in or take-away.
  2. Chai Coco – if you are near Maidenhead station this is a great independent coffee shop to grab a drink before you get to the platform. It’s about a 1 minute walk from MyWorkspot York House and if you are looking for somewhere to bring the kids, there is a soft play out the back!
  3. Seasonality – if you are looking to impress a client bring them here. This is the secret gem of Maidenhead. Chef Wesley has strived to delivery an experience that is accessible to all – delicious food, a good wine list and a friendly service. It ticks every box of fancy food without the eye watering price tag. This is what makes a good neighbourhood restaurant great.
  4. Knead – Maidenheads finest pizzeria – or at least we think so! Run by a local husband and wife, Knead is a must-go for team meetings, client lunches or a cheeky take away.
  5. A Hoppy Place – this is a fantastic local family run craft beer establishment. It aims to bring you the most exciting local and international craft beer, wine and spirits. With indoor and outdoor seating this is the perfect spot, right in the town centre for after work drinks with colleagues.

Top 5 Things To Do On Your Lunch Break 

Despite the allure of working through lunch, especially in bad weather, we encourage MyWorkspot members to take breaks. In our Maidenhead guide, discover places worth braving the cold for.

  1. ICON gym – If going to the gym is your thing on a lunch break then you are spoilt for choice. From Anytime fitnessPure GymDavid LloydBraywick leisure centre and F45 you have your pick. For us though, ICON ranks top of our list for customer service and community.
  2. Maidenhead High street – whilst the high street is under development, there is no doubt that the local council are doing everything they can to increase town centre footfall. There are fantastic regular food markets and community events on the high street. Check out the link to find out whats happening this weekend!
  3. Local parks – are you sick of sitting at your desk? Get out to one of the local parks dotted around the town centre. Kidwells park, Maidenhead Waterways, Braywick park and nature reserve to name a few. Just a few minutes walk from the town centre, you can immerse yourself in nature, blow off the cobwebs and get back to work in preparation for a days work.
  4.  Maidenhead Railway Bridge – designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the maidenhead railway bridge and sounding arch is a stones throw from the town centre. Hovering over the river thames, this bridge is one of the most famous bridges in the UK. For a beautiful walk with wonderful history this should not be missed! 
  5. Sir Nicholas Winton Statue – a former resident of Maidenhead, Sir Nicholas Winton rescued over 669 children from the Nazis during the war. In his honour, Maidenhead train station have a statue of him on its platform. The full story can be read in the link.

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28 November 2023

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