Marlow formerly Chipping Marlow or Great Marlow is a town within the district of Wycombe, Buckinghamshire County, England, United Kingdom. It lies south southwest of High Wycombe along the banks of River Thames. It's earliest recorded history dates even before the year 1015 when it was known under the name Mere Lafan. The area is famous for its cultural heritage, beautiful surroundings as well as for being home to the celebrated Marlow Rowing Club and Mary Shelly.
Visitors with vehicles may reach Marlow via the prime roads A404, A4155, M4 and M40. The nearest places from the town are Henley on Thames, High Wycombe, Hounslow, London, Slough, Reading and Windsor.
Witness Marlow attractions in your rental car
Bishop Centre Shopping Village can be found along the Bath Road of Taplow, Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom. It is one of Buckinghamshire's finest shopping centers. The venue homes several shops of independent retailers and High Street stores. T
Bradenham Village is an old village located in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England. The site is owned and governed by the National Trust to protect the site for the future generation to see. Its name means "broad enclosure" in the Anglo-Saxon language. The village is popular for its wide collection of ancient architectures and so much more.
Old Thatch is located at Coldmoorholme Lane, Well End, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom. It is a 17th century cottage that used to serve as an alehouse, a hiding place of the notorious highwayman Dick Turpin and home to the famous Enid Blyton. The large cottage today is famous for housing a couple of beautiful artworks and fairy tale like architectural style and landscape.
Parish Church of Saint John the Baptist stands along Church Lane, Little Marlow, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom. It is a wonderful 12th century Norman church. The site is famous for being the burial place of the celebrated poet Edgar Wallace, it's architectural style and interior design.
Wycombe Summit Ski and Snowboard Centre can be found along Abbey Barn Lane, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England. The site is famous for homing England's longest slope for skiing and snowboarding. The centre has a 300m slope for professional skiers, 100m-trainer slope, two nursery slopes and a kid's slope.