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Colnbrook is a large village in Berkshire, in 1577 had ten Coaching Inns, the most notorious the 12th Century ‘Ostrich’ 3rd oldest in the UK, has everything desired, beams, crooked stairs, and spookily a previous landlord that murdered 60 people. King John stopped on his way to sign the Magna Carta and even Dick Turpin used the Inn as a hideout.
Windsor Castle nearly 1000 years old is the oldest occupied castle in the world, William The Conqueror chose the site, the stunning St Georges Chapel started by Edward 1V and finished by Henry V111 is dedicated to the highest order of chivalry the ‘Order of the Garter‘, with state apartments, and Queen Mary’s Dolls House this magical insight into our past will leave her visitor spellbound.
Thorpe Park for fun and an adrenaline rush, the exhilarating ’Stealth’ travels 0 - 80mph in 2.5 seconds, for little ones there are Swinging Seashells, and the Octopus garden, or how about Legoland with over 35 million bricks, or ride on a train, the Orient Expedition travels across exotic landscapes where crocodiles, snakes, and Chinese dragons can be seen. With the fabulous Twickenham ground close by, Colnbrook is a diamond set within many gems.
St Thomas, Colnbrook
Spearmint Rhino Gentleman's Club
Pub and Bar
Colnbrook C of E Primary School
Apollo Radio Cars
Dhillon Food Store
Cavendish Foods & Wine
Formula ONE Indoor Karting(Motor Sports)
Places to Stay near Colnbrook
Airport Guest House
Recommended in almost every travel guide book, the Airport Guesthouse is the right place to stay in your arrival, or in upon early departure from Heathrow airport.
Quality Hotel Heathrow
This centrally located hotel is easily accessible from the M4 and M25, and is ideally located just a short drive from Heathrow Airport (2 miles from Terminal 5) and the nearby ... More
Heathrow Apartments now have 4 exquisite and spacious residences available to accommodate guests at Roddel Court. Each luxurious two- bedroom, two-bathroom residence is decorated in a modern and elegant contemporary ... More
Hilton London Heathrow Airport Terminal 5
Located just minutes by car from the spectacular Heathrow Airport Terminal 5, Hilton London Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 is surrounded by beautiful landscaped grounds and less than 30 minutes by train from central London. This ... More
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The White House
Built in the 1890’s and typical of a Victorian construction the White House was originally owned by the crown estates of Windsor castle, then during the 2nd world war it ... More
Travelodge Heathrow Terminal 5
The Travelodge Heathrow Terminal 5 hotel is a newly built hotel, perfectly located for your pre-flight stopover. The hotel is just a short drive from all of the airport terminals and is serviced by the ... More
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The Heathrow Lodge is in an ideal location for business travellers and tourists. FreeParking space is available for guests during their stay (subject to availability). Free courtesy bus to all ... More
Tower Arms Hotel
The Tower Arms Hotel is a famous, traditional family run English pub & hotel with an emphasis on comfort and friendly service. The Tower Arms offers 11 comfortable bed and ... More
Harmondsworth Hall ia a large 17th century grade two listed building, with charming charachter, set in a small peaceful village with two pubs and a 12th century church, which is mentioned in the Doomsday book. ... More
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The Manor is set in the tranquil area of Windsor, overlooking a green and nearby the banks of the river Thames.
The Manor has 5 fully air conditioned conference suites, with complimentary ... More
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