Contact Us

To reserve a place at a forthcoming concert, please contact Deborah by phone or by using the form below.

Address : Lea Barn, Winter Hill, Cookham Dean, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 9TW
Phone : 01628 484 230

There is limited parking for only ten cars near the house. Many people park on one of the viewing parking areas overlooking Winter Hill and walk down the short distance to the lane and to the barn – this takes around 5-10 minutes.  Fortunately for us, especially in winter, our neighbours, the Mercers at the Back of Beyond, have kindly offered their house for parking for most concerts.  Please use the contact form to check on parking for a particular event. Wherever you park it’s a good idea to bring a torch for concerts between October and March.

From M40 take A404 at J4/From M4 take A404 at J8/9. At first roundabout take 3rd/1st exit to Bisham. After about 1 mile, just before Marlow Bridge, take right-hand turn into Quarry Wood Road. Continue up steep winding hill. At summit, keep to main road and, after left bend, take left fork into Winter Hill (signposted Winter Hill 1/4). Drive for 0.7 miles past two viewing laybys., and turn right up track opposite Stonehouse Lane. Lea Barn is 3rd on right.

From Maidenhead take A308 to Marlow. At Pinkneys Green turn right into Winter Hill Road. Keep straight onto minor road when road become Choke Lane. Continue on this road to junction of Grubwood Lane and Quarry Wood Road (see map).

By public transport, get the train from Maidenhead to Cookham – on Sundays it’s an hourly service leaving Maidenhead at 35 minutes past each hour and arriving at Cookham about 7-8 minutes later. It’s then about 25-30 minute walk – turn left out of the station and join the road and turn left to cross the level crossing. Continue straight along this road for about half a mile passing Grange Rd on your right, then Bradcutts Lane on right, then coming to a little triangular patch of grass at a junction where Alleyns Lane goes off to your left. Continue straight on the main road at this point. Shortly after this, after a house called Warners, there is an unmade road going off on the right. Go up that right to the top where there is a house called Elms Furlong on your left. Go throught the kissing gate into the field ahead and straight across that field and through another kissing gate you can see Lea Barn.  Trains leave Cookham for Maidenhead at 16 minutes past the hour.

Lea Barn