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Alma House
56 Alma Road

SL4 3HA | View map

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Alma House is perfect for visiting Legoland and within five minutes walk you can be at Windsor Castle, the River Thames, Windsor High Street and the many wonderful shops, bars and restaurants which line the streets of Windsor. Alma House provides ensuite facilities for all rooms along with access to free wireless broadband Internet, colour TV, radio alarm clock, hairdryers and full-length mirrors. Each room also has a mini fridge, kettle and toaster for a 'help-yourself' breakfast. All rooms include cereals, yoghurts, bread, croissants, jams, juice, fruit, tea and coffee.

The bedrooms at Alma House are all self-contained, with their own private facilities ą you can come and go as you please, eat and drink in your room and enjoy a home from home atmosphere in a great location.

Your hosts, Georgia & Nigel, offer a warm welcome and can provide maps and local information. Whether you are on a course, sightseeing, visiting relatives or working in the area, Windsor is a great base for travelling into London (good road and rail link) and Slough plus M4, M25 and M3 motorways. Please check the website for more information.

Additional Facilities
Free Wireless Broadband
Self-service continental breakfast
Kettle, toaster and mini-fridge provided.


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