Situated just a stone's throw from the Thames, The King’s Arms is the perfect place to indulge in a midweek treat, enjoy a satisfying Sunday roast, or even relax and unwind with friends on a Friday evening after enduring a long week in the office.
Offering an extensive menu of starters, mains, light bites, sharing platters, and desserts, each menu at this family friendly establishment has been carefully designed to accommodate all tastes and appetites.
As we are child friendly, please feel free to bring your little ones along for some quality family time whilst you tuck into your favourite dishes. You will also find lots of car parking available on site.
Nestled deep in the heart of the historic village of Cookham, The King’s Arms is well-connected and easily accessible from the surrounding area and beyond.
The village sits on the A4094 between Maidenhead and Bourne End, whilst the A404 from Maidenhead to High Wycombe is just to the west of Cookham Dean. For those travelling by bus, there is an hourly service to Maidenhead, Bourne End, and High Wycombe.
Alternatively, if you’re travelling by train, Cookham station sits on the Marlow to Maidenhead branch line and there are two direct trains to and from London Paddington, the rest of the services go direct to Maidenhead.
Situated in Cookham, on the banks of the River Thames, The King’s Arms is surrounded by a whole host of exciting things to do, see, and explore – we’d definitely recommend making a day of it!
For fun in the great outdoors, the National Trust site of Cliveden is close by, with its glorious gardens overlooking the River Thames. Here you’ll find plenty of family friendly activities amongst the beautiful grounds, including a giant yew tree maze, a storybook play den, gardens, and woodlands. Once you’ve worked up a healthy appetite, pop into The King’s Arms to enjoy great food for all the family.
Just 3.5 miles north of Maidenhead, The King’s Arms is also perfectly placed to act as a base if you’re exploring the area’s many attractions such as Boulter’s Lock and Ray Mill Island, the Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead Heritage Centre, and so much more.