Cliveden is a National Trust house and garden situated just across the river from Maidenhead in Taplow.
|It is now used as a
hotel. The gardens and a few rooms are available for
National Trust visitors.
During World War II the grounds housed the Canadian Red Cross Hospital. There is now a cemetery of war graves.
On the left is a view of Cookham lock from Cliveden's grounds.
|Cliveden's elevated position gives fine views of the River Thames.|
The fountain below is located at the end of the approach drive.