Bray Studios was also where a number of Hammer Films' horror genre classics were filmed.
Head on the M4 and exit at junction 8, the A308(M) then leads to Bray.
By train and bus
Buses 6 and 6A run from Maidenhead Town Centre (Frascati Way, Stop S1), via Bray, to Windsor (Castle Hill, Stop C). Maidenhead to Bray takes 10 min; Windsor to Bray takes 40 min.
Bray is small and easily explored on foot.
- Visit Bray Lock. Although it is smaller than its nearast counterpart, Boulter's Lock, it is sited in a picturesque area, perfect for walking along the river.
Bray is home to two of the UK's four three-Michelin-star restaurants. It has been a centre of high dining since the establishment of The Waterside Inn in the 1970s, later Britain's second three-Michelin-star restaurant (1985–present). Bray was put firmly on the gastronome's map by Heston Blumenthal and the molecular gastronomy he practices at The Fat Duck, also a three-Michelin-star restaurant (2004–present). The other two restaurants that hold three stars are in London.
- 1 The Fat Duck, 1 High Street, ☏ . Tu-Sa noon-2PM (last orders), 7PM-9PM (last orders). Run by molecular gastronomy pioneer Heston Blumenthal and famous for its inventively bizarre dishes including "snail porridge", "sardine on toast sorbet", and "salmon poached with liquorice". Reservations essential. Menus £95/125, plus optional wines £90/145/295.
- 2 The Waterside Inn, Ferry Road (by the river), ☏ . W–Su noon - 2PM, 7PM-10PM; closed Jan. First 3-star Michelin restaurant serving French food of the highest order by established leaders of French cuisine in the UK. Reservations essential. Also offers accommodation from £220 per room per night. £45-160, excluding wine.
- Monkey Island Hotel, ☏ .
- Peartrees Guesthouse, 78 Windsor Rd, ☏ .