Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle

You can't come to Windsor and not visit the world's oldest and largest occupied castle in the world. Don't miss the Changing of the Guard: a spectacular display of military music and foot stamping.

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Gilbey's

Gilbey's

Situated between the historic buildings of Eton College and Windsor Castle, this family-run bar ‒ converted from a butcher's shop forty years ago ‒ blends old-school charm with contemporary appeal. Head out back and you'll find a lovely courtyard garden ‒ the ideal spot for a glass of wine (from their own award-winning Chilterns vineyard) on a sunny evening.

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Coworth Park

Coworth Park

If you're looking for a luxury bolthole close to the action: this is it. A mere 7 minute drive from the racecourse (and 18 minutes from Windsor), this sprawling country house hotel ‒ sitting on a lush 240 acre estate ‒ is the perfect place to lay your hat. From croquet and polo to its locally-sourced menu, it is brilliantly British. Plus, it has an incredible two-floor spa…

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Bel & The Dragon

Bel & The Dragon

This historic, white-washed pub has been serving locals since the 11th century. Fast-forward to 2015, and its cosy restaurant is now run by Group Head Chef Ronnie Kimbugwe ‒ formerly Sous Chef of Gordon Ramsay at Claridges. What's on the menu? British classics with a twist. Think Gressingham duck on a bed of pak choi and panna cotta served with elderflower and ginger beer.

belandthedragon-windsor.co.uk
The Long Walk

The Long Walk

Feeling fit? Once you've taken a stroll around the castle, slip on some comfortable shoes and take the picturesque 2.65 mile pathway that leads to Snow Hill. Here, you will find the 1829 Copper Horse statue of King George III and the best views of Windsor. It's the perfect way to enjoy the historic landmarks whilst working off the culinary delights the town has to offer…

windsor.gov.uk

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