Waltham Place Opening Hours

Events, courses, walks and talks Please visit the What’s On page.

Tearoom Opening Times from 27th May – 27th September 2019
Monday-Closed
Tuesday-Closed
Wednesday-Open 10am-4pm for refreshments,biscuits, cakes and lunches.
Thursday-Closed
Friday- Closed (From Friday 21st June the tearoom will open from 12pm -6pm for refreshments biscuits and bakes only)
Saturday-Closed
Sunday-Closed

Farm Shop Opening Times From Wednesday 19th June 2019
Our produce is all homegrown, seasonal fayre so availability is directly linked to the weather and the growing season.
Monday-Closed
Tuesday-Closed
Wednesday-Open 10am-4pm (From Wednesday 19th June 2019)
Thursday-Closed
Friday-Open 12pm-6pm (From Friday 21st June 2019)
Saturday-Closed
Sunday-Closed

We offer a Friday Collection for jams, chutneys, preserves and meat from the office in the interim. Please order via estateoffice@walthamplace.com

Garden Tours Waltham Place will be open for Garden Tours on Wednesdays, at 11am and 2pm, from 29th May 2019 to 25th September 2019.
Price: £7 to include a drink and a biscuit.
Booking Essential: estateoffice@walthamplace.com / 01628 825517

Private Garden Tours Private Garden Tours are available on Tuesdays and Thursdays, by appointment, from 28th May 2019 to 26th September 2019. Private Garden Tours have the use of the tearoom for packages to include lunch, morning coffee or afternoon tea. The Farm Shop will be opened for their use for a short time to include plants, books, copper tools and preserves. Enquiries please email estateoffice@walthamplace.com or phone 01628825517.

Access

Waltham Place has disabled toilet facilities. There are wheelchair ramps in the ornamental gardens and to give access to the tearoom and shop. The woodlands have natural paths so are not suitable for wheelchairs in all areas.

Dogs are welcome on leads.

Waltham Place has a No Photography policy.
Since 2010, Artur Urbanski,the Polish photographer, has visited places of natural beauty around the world, photographing people as they take their holiday snaps. “Whenever I am somewhere beautiful in the world, I see the same thing. People take out their cameras or mobile phones and try to capture a moment, then, more often than not, they move on straight away. We are losing the experience of being there because we are focused on the technical process of trying to capture it, for the sake of using it in the future, to post on social media, to show our friends, or just to say we’ve been there.” Artur Urbanski.

How to get here.

From the M4 Leave the M4 at Junction 8/9 and follow signs onto A404 taking the first exit following signs to White Waltham. After passing a light airfield on the right you will enter the Village of White Waltham. Take the left turn signposted Windsor, Paley Street and St Mary’s Church. Drive past St Mary’s Church and proceed up the hill. Waltham Place is on your left. Please use the entrance beside the post box set into the wall.

From the M40 Leave the M40 at Junction 4, High Wycombe and follow the A404 (Marlow,Reading, M4). Take the Maidenhead (A4) exit and follow signs for White Waltham. After passing a light airfield on the right you will enter the Village of White Waltham. Take the left turn signposted Windsor, Paley Street and St Mary’s Church. Drive past St Mary’s Church and proceed up the hill. Waltham Place is on your left. Please use the entrance beside the post box set into the wall.

From Windsor / Holyport

Take the  A330 towards Bracknell. Take a right turn onto the B3024 (Paley Street and Littlefield Green). After crossing the motorway bridge take the second right onto Church Hill. Waltham Place is on your right. Please use the entrance beside the post box set into the wall.

From Twyford

Take the B3024 (The Walthams) passing through Ruscombe and Waltham St Lawrence towards White Waltham. Drive through White Waltham and as you are leaving the village take a right turn signed Windsor, Paley Street and St Mary’s Church. Drive past St Mary’s Church and proceed up the hill. Waltham Place is on your left. Please use the entrance beside the post box set into the wall.

By train
Waltham Place is 3.4 miles from Maidenhead Station.