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Slough is a busy town in Berkshire which began life as a small settlement in Norman times, There are so many things to see and do during your visit , the hardest decision is what to do first….perhaps ‘The Museum’ which gives an insight into the past, the present and of course the future , has many interesting exhibits on show. Or how about St Laurence’s Church, 900 years old and is the oldest structure in Slough. No visit could surely be complete without an expedition to nearby Windsor, whether it’s the impressive 900 year old Castle with it’s towers and battlements imposing on the skyline, with the opulence of the ‘State Apartments’ or the humbling magnificence of ‘St Georges Chapel’ home to the highest order of chivalry ‘The order of the Garter’, the splendour will grace many an artist page. With historic Eton College founded in 1440, a 15 minute walk from here, why not take the tour and share some of the magic of this wonderful building that has taught Prime Ministers, Royalty and many famous people, enjoy ‘The School Yard’ ‘Chapel’ and ‘Cloisters‘, not to forget the Eton Museum. Legoland is a must for an action packed day out, with fifty interactive rides why not try ‘The Viking River Splash Ride’ or opt for a train ride on the ‘Orient Expedition‘, where snakes, dragons and vultures can be seen, or perhaps the ‘Boating School’ or how about the ‘Indoor Rain Forest‘, of course there are always the 35 million bricks that make up the scenes across Europe. Not to forget the delightful ‘Bekonscot Model Village’ close by, with a total of six model villages add together the outdoor ‘Model Railway’ and you are set for a rewarding day. Slough and the surrounding area offer a kaleidoscope of happy memories.


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Travelodge Slough (0.06 miles)

Located in the town centre, just minutes from the shops and ideally located for Legoland at Windsor. All spacious rooms are equipped with television and coffee making facilities. On site catering is available and car ... More | visit website

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Upton Park Guest House (0.39 miles)

Upton Park Guest House

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In a quiet and leafy cu-de-sac, overlooking Herschel Park, this recently refurbished Victorian property offers free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, delicious food and free private on-site parking.

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Premier Inn Slough (0.68 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M4. Local attractions include Legoland, Thorpe Park, Windsor Castle and Royal Ascot and Windsor Racecourses. Conveniently positioned just half a mile from Slough train station and 10 miles ... More | visit website
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Baylis House Hotel & Conference Centre (0.70 miles)

Baylis House Hotel & Conference Centre

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Baylis House will take your breath away from the moment you arrive. This stunning Grade I listed building is steeped in history, surrounded by 4 acres of landscaped grounds with ... More

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Copthorne Hotel Slough Windsor (0.88 miles)

Copthorne Hotel Slough Windsor

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Ideally situated for enjoying all the sights of Windsor, this hotel has a convenient location for both leisure and business travellers, just off junction 6 of the M4. With comfortable, high-quality 4-star ... More

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Heathrow Apartments (1.34 miles)

Heathrow Apartments
Rates from £117.50 per night. are proud to offer to the market these luxuriously presented properties situated just a few minutes drive from the world's busiest airport. Each unit offers in excess of 750 ... More | visit website
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Stoke Place (1.56 miles)

Stoke Place

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Stoke Place is a 17th century Queen Anne mansion boasting 25 acres of parkland including a lake. Each of Stoke Place's bedrooms offer excellent facilities and the perfect atmosphere in ... More

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The Christopher Hotel, Bar & Grill (1.57 miles)

The Christopher Hotel, Bar & Grill

Situated in the heart of historic Eton, The Hotel is surrounded by art galleries, antique shops, bustling bars, cafes and restaurants.

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Furnival Lodge (1.58 miles)

Furnival Lodge
Choose Furnival Lodge; Slough's premier guest accommodation. The facilities are modern and of a high standard (Visit Britain 4 star rated). The strategic location ensures convenient connections to our guests. Established in 1988 and recently ... More | visit website
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Sir Christopher Wren's House Hotel & Spa (1.78 miles)

Sir Christopher Wren

Choose this elegant town house for its privileged location beside the Thames, between Eton Bridge and the walls of Windsor Castle; for its proud associations with England’s greatest architect; for the outstanding cuisine of Strok’s ... More | visit website

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