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Welcome to Tiklacars, we are a specialist Mini-Cab company based in Ilford. We are a family run business with over years of experience in the Minicabs industry and pride ourselves on our professional and friendly service.
Tiklacars is your first choice for local luxury transport. Our fleet of high-quality vehicles include saloons, MPVs, Minicabs and executive cars. We can also provide chauffeur driven limousines for that special occasions such as airport transfers, weddings or sporting events. Our friendly and professional drivers will always treat you with respect and courtesy.
Our aim is to provide a fast and efficient service at all times so you can relax knowing we will get you where you need to be on time and in comfort. If you're looking for a reliable Minicabs service in the Maidenhead area.

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Tiklacars offers airport transfers to all major London airports including Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton and Stansted. We also offer business and personal transfers. We cover Maidenhead, Berkshire and the surrounding areas. Our services are secure, reliable and friendly. We offer a first-class service with an exhaustive selection of luxury vehicles. Whether you want to go to the airport, office or home we can provide the necessary transport.
We are happy to provide you with a quote for your individual needs. We will try to accommodate every situation when offering the best and most suitable service.

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Basic information about Maidenhead

Maidenhead has been inhabited since at least the Iron Age when the hill fort on Windmill Hill was constructed. This may have been the site of an earlier British village. The area had been populated since the Mesolithic era, and a significant find of flint tools from that period was made to the northwest of the town in the 19th century.
The antiquary John Leland claimed that the area around Maidenhead's present town centre was a small Roman settlement called Alaunodunum. He stated that it had all but disappeared by the end of the Roman occupation. Although his source is unknown, there is documented and physical evidence of Roman settlement in the town. There are two well-known villa sites in the town, one being in the suburb of Cox Green, and the other just west of the town centre on Castle Hill. This villa sat on the route of the Camlet Way which was a Roman road linking Silchester (Calleva Atrebatum) and Colchester (Camulodunum) via St Albans (Verulamium) and passes through the present town centre. Remnants of the road have been unearthed at various locations nearby, but its exact route is unclear.
Maidenhead's name stems from the riverside area where the first "New wharf" or "Maiden Hythe '' was built, as early as Saxon times. In the year 870, an army of Danes invaded the kingdom of Wessex. They disembarked from their longboats by the wharf and ferry crossing at Maidenhead and fought their way overland to Reading where they set up camp and made it their regional power base. The area of the present town centre was originally a small Anglo-Saxon town known as "South Ellington". The town would have likely developed on the Camlet Way on the site of Alaunodunum as the Bath Road was not re-routed until the 13th century.
Maidenhead is recorded in the Domesday Book as the settlement of Ellington in the hundred of Beynhurst.

Culture In Maidenhead

Maidenhead Heritage Centre is based in the Old Town Hall building, just off Market Place. The centre offers free admission to local historical information available nowhere else, as well as running an informative website with up-to-date information on all aspects of Maidenhead history.
Maidenhead has a rich and varied cultural life, with a number of venues for live music, dance, and theatre. Maidenhead is part of the Bracknell Forest district general borough council.

Sports In Maidenhead

Maidenhead is the jewel of Berkshire located in the Thames Valley west of London. The town has some great sporting facilities to cater for all kinds of sports, including football (soccer), cricket, rugby, golf and tennis. The town is set out into three main areas; the High Street, the other shopping area known as Cherry Trees, and Oldfield.

Sports In Maidenhead


Maidenhead United Football Club is a non-league football club that plays in the National League South. The team plays at York Road which has a capacity of 4,100 and all four sides of the ground have covered seating. There is a large stand on one side of the pitch and 2 smaller stands at either end.


Maidenhead Rugby Club has been playing in Maidenhead since 1927 and has over 300 members with teams for men, women, boys and girls. The club has four pitches set out at their home ground which is called York Road, much like Maidenhead United Football Club. There is a large clubhouse and bar for members and guests with facilities to suit all.


Maidenhead Cricket Club is also located at York Road and was established in 1871. The club has three cricket pitches and a pavilion with changing rooms, bar and kitchen. There are also further facilities for members and visitors.


Maidenhead Golf Club is a private members club located in Oldfield and has a 9-hole course as well as a full practice area with a driving range and putting green.

Maidenhead Transport Guide

Maidenhead is the largest town in Berkshire and the administrative centre of the district. Although it is primarily a commercial centre, with a small shopping area, Maidenhead has many fine buildings and leafy streets. Tucked away in the northwest corner of Berkshire lies the village of Maidenhead. If you're going to be travelling through this country, you'll need a reliable travel guide.

By Train

The nearest train station to Maidenhead is the Maidenhead Train Station (MBH). This train station has direct access to London Paddington Station (LGW). The total travel time from Maidenhead to London Paddington Station (LGW) is 30 minutes.

By Bus

There are three bus stops located in Maidenhead. The First stop is on Bridge Road (A4). There are three buses that run through this bus stop, the 7, the 7A and the 500. The second stop is on Marlow Road (A4). The buses that run through this bus stop are the 31, the 530 and the 531. The Third stop is on Maidenhead Railway Station (A4). Buses that run from this bus stop are the 718, the 71 and the 520.

By car

Maidenhead is situated on Junction 8/9 of the M4 providing fast connections both East to London and west to Wales. There is also the which connects Maidenhead to the M40 in 15 minutes, allowing good connections north.

By plane

Generally, London Heathrow Airport is the best flight connection from Maidenhead. It's a 20-minute drive down the M4 or a 1-hour train journey. London Gatwick Airport is also popular, as flights there are often cheaper. However, the hour-long car journey is the best way for getting to the airport, so minicab costs may be incurred.

Things to Do in Maidenhead

If you're looking to go on holiday, but don't want to spend a lot on your accommodation or travel then Maidenhead can be the place for you. Maidenhead is a small town and has some of the most amazing countryside views in the country. It also has a lot of culture and history that can be seen almost everywhere you go. With plenty of things to do in Maidenhead, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Boulter's Lock and Ray Mill Island

Boulter's Lock is an amazing place to visit. It is one of the wonders of Maidenhead and rightly so, as it has 52 stars and a beautiful nature reserve that you can walk around. Boulter's Lock is a great place to see a variety of wildlife, as well as just relax on the grass. On Ray Mill Island, you can see amazing water lilies and also watch boats go through the locks.


A great day out for the whole family is a trip to BCA Zoo. The zoo has many different species of animals from all over the world. You can walk through the zoo and see animals such as penguins, meerkats, lemurs and much more.

Norden Farm Centre for the Arts

Norden Farm Centre for the Arts is a great place to visit, as it has many different classes and activities that you can take part in. They also have an outside area with many animals such as pigs, horses and alpacas that you can see and pet.

Maidenhead Heritage Centre

Maidenhead Heritage Centre is a great place to visit, as it shows you the history of Maidenhead. The museum has several different exhibitions and artefacts on display for you to see and learn about. There is also a gift shop.

The Sounding Arch

The Sounding Arch is one of the most famous landmarks in Maidenhead. The arch is over 200 years old and has a great view of the town. The arch is also one of the best places to take romantic pictures in Maidenhead, so if you are looking for something special to do in the town then this is a great place to go.

Ockwells Park

Ockwells Park is a beautiful place to visit. It has many different features, including an animal farm and plenty of open spaces for you to relax in. Ockwells Park is a great place for families and children to go on a sunny day out.

Lillibrooke Manor & Barns

Lillibrooke Manor has a great view over Maidenhead and the local countryside. The manor is set on 6 acres of land, so there is plenty of space for you to walk around and relax. The gardens are open to the public all year round, so you can visit them whenever you like.

Braywick Nature Centre

Braywick Nature Centre is one of the best places to learn about local wildlife in Maidenhead. The nature centre has a variety of different animals that you can see, including meerkats, parrots and owls. It is a great place to learn about the environment and conservation.

Places to eat in Maidenhead

Places to eat in Maidenhead. The following is a list of eating places, takeaways, cafes, and restaurants in the UK town of Maidenhead, Berkshire. Maidenhead has many options when it comes to food and drink. Whether you fancy a quick snack or a sit-down meal with friends, here is a list of places to eat in Maidenhead.

  • The Pinkneys Arms
  • Hurley House Terraces and Main Restaurant
  • The Dew Drop Inn
  • The Pond House
  • The Beehive
  • Thatched Cottage
  • The George on The Green
  • The Boathouse at Boulters Lock
  • The Rising Sun
  • The Oak & Saw Village Inn

Clothing shops in Maidenhead

Clothing shops in Maidenhead are superb for buying clothes that are both stylish and comfortable to wear. The town has many top designers represented on its high street with shops selling both new and pre-loved outfits.
There are also many individual clothing boutiques that line the high street which has clothes ranging from the latest fashions to something a little more casual.

  • Burton
  • Dorothy Perkins
  • Topman
  • Topshop
  • Nike Factory Store
  • F&F Clothing
  • Asian Couture
  • Next
  • New Look
  • Outfit
  • H&M
  • Peakes Menswear
  • Men's Clothing Store
  • Trespass Maidenhead
  • Womens clothes Modna Odziez Uk
  • Hard Edge
  • Alifa

Hotels in Maidenhead

Travellers are drawn to Maidenhead because of its location by the river and its proximity to larger towns and cities including Reading, London and Windsor. The town is well known for its riverside restaurants and cafés, with views across to the rolling Berkshire countryside.
The first thing you'll need to do before you go is to book a place to stay. You can either camp in Maidenhead itself or, for a greater range of options you can book into Windsor, which is just six miles away. You can get some great deals on hotels at the moment too thanks to money-saving websites.

  • Holiday Inn Maidenhead Windsor, an IHG Hotel
  • Burnham Beeches Hotel
  • Fredrick's Hotel Restaurant Spa
  • The Thames Hotel
  • Taplow House Hotel & Restaurant
  • CIM Moor Hall
  • The Bird In Hand
  • Kingswood Hotel
  • Wilson Lodge
  • Spacious Homestay With Parking

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