Windsor

With possibly the most famous castle in the world, and the oldest one still inhabited, Windsor is famous worldwide. But thereís loads more to this busy town, not least a prodigious selection of pubs and restaurants along with some less well-known historic buildings... Read More

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Windsor Events

March
The British Leisure Show
April
Annual Royal Windsor Spring Home & Garden Show
May
Crown and Tiara Walk
Royal Windsor Horse Show
Windsor Castle Royal Tattoo
July
Windsor Beer Fest
Windsor Globe
August
Windsor Globe
September
National Carriage Driving Championships
Windsor Festival
Windsor Park Walk
November
Windsor Contemporary Art Fair
December
Royal Windsor Ice Rink
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Hotels in Windsor - 27 places to stay

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Royal Adelaide Hotel

Royal Adelaide Hotel

The historic 4* Royal Adelaide Hotel is an elegant Georgian hotel in Windsor located opposite the Long Walk to Windsor Castle and offers exceptional service and accommodation at affordable prices.
The hotel is located in a ... More | Double Room: £79 - £115 | visit website

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Sir Christopher Wren's House Hotel & Spa

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 Englandís greatest architect; for the outstanding cuisine of Strokís ... More | Double Room: From £97 | visit website

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Prince Albert

Prince Albert

Enjoying a warm friendly atmosphere and serving excellent food, this pub offers modern guest accommodation in the heart of Windsor. The pub provides home cooked meals in our stylish non smoking restaurant with a friendly ... More | visit website

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The Prince Albert

The Prince Albert
The Prince Albert has recently undergone an extensive refurbishment and expansion program. Enjoying a warm friendly atmosphere and serving excellent food this pub offers modern guest accommodation in the heart of Windsor.

Situated on ... More | visit website
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Castle Hotel

Castle Hotel

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A 2 minute walk from the main gate of Windsor Castle, the Mercure Castle Hotel is an historic landmark in its own right. Excellently positioned for shopping, sightseeing and access to ... More

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Legoland Windsor Resort Hotel

Legoland Windsor Resort Hotel
Staying overnight at the new LEGOLAND Windsor Resort Hotel is a must for all LEGO fans. From the spectacular dragon-guarded entrance and interactive LEGO features through to the brightly coloured pirate splash pool and fully ... More | visit website
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The Union Inn

The Union Inn
The Union Inn is situated on the borders of Berkshire and Surrey, with magnificent views over the open countryside, and close to the centre of Windsor.Guests can enjoy luxurious comfort in our exquisite rooms whilst ... More | visit website
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Harte & Garter Hotel

Harte & Garter Hotel
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Ye Harte & Garter Hotel is situated on the High Street in the centre of Windsor. Ye Harte & Garter Hotel ... More
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The Manor Hotel

The Manor Hotel
Eat, drink, enjoy, learn, relax, and sleep
The manor is set in the tranquil area of, Windsor, overlooking a green and nearby the banks of the river Thames. The quirky rooms are individually designed with a ... More | visit website
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Clarence Hotel

Clarence Hotel

The hotel is located very close to the town centre, within a few minutes walk of shopping, restaurants, Windsor Castle, River Thames and Eton College.

The facilities include a Licensed Bar, large screen cable tv, Steam-Sauna and free ... More | Double Room: £55 - £92 | visit website

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