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Macdonald Windsor
High Street 23
SL4 1LH Windsor
7.0 / 10
Royal Adelaide Hotel
46 Kings Road
SL4 2AG Windsor
7.2 / 10
Oakley Court
Windsor Road
SL4 5UR Windsor
Windsor Lets
St. Leonards Road 60-104
SL4 3LF Windsor
The Harte & Garter Hotel
31 High Street
SL4 1PQ Windsor
7.6 / 10
Travelodge Windsor Central
SL4 1TG Windsor
5.0 / 10
Holiday Inn Express Windsor
71 Alma Road
SL4 3HD Windsor
5.8 / 10
The Christopher Hotel
110 High Street, Eton, Berkshire
SL4 6AN Eton
6.5 / 10
Copthorne Hotel Slough Windsor
400 Cippenham Lane
SL1 2YE Slough
6.8 / 10
Travelodge Slough
SL1 1BZ Slough
7.1 / 10
Monkey Island Hotel
SL6 2EE Maidenhead
7.9 / 10
Holiday Inn Express Slough
Mill Street
SL2 5DD Slough
7.0 / 10
Baylis House Hotel
Stoke Poges Lane
SL1 3PB Slough
6.4 / 10
Beaumont Estate
Burfield Road 44-58
SL4 2LP Old Windsor
8.0 / 10
Heathrow/Windsor Marriott Hotel
Ditton Road, Langley
SL3 8PT Slough
7.3 / 10
Travelodge Langley
SL3 8PS Slough
5.6 / 10
Stoke Park Hotel
Park Road
SL2 4PG Stoke Poges
Burnham Beeches Hotel
Grove Road
SL1 8DP Burnham
Taplow House Hotel
Berry Hill 1
SL6 0DA Taplow
7.8 / 10
Thames Riviera Hotel
The Bridge 1
SL6 8DW Maidenhead
7.6 / 10
The Thames Hotel
Ray Mead Road
SL6 8NR Maidenhead
6.8 / 10
Grovefield House Hotel
Taplow Common Road
SL1 8LP Burnham
8.4 / 10
Manor Lane,Berkshire
SL6 2RA Maidenhead
6.8 / 10
Fredrick's Hotel Restaurant Spa
Shoppenhangers Road 1
SL6 2PZ Maidenhead
6.2 / 10
Travelodge Maidenhead Central Hotel
99 King Street
SL6 1DP Maidenhead
6.8 / 10
The Pinewood Hotel
Wexham Park Lane 1
SL3 6AP George Green
7.4 / 10
Royal Berkshire Hotel
SL5 0PP Ascot
9.6 / 10
The Queen’s City of Residence

Windsor is one of the royal cities near London and most famously home to Windsor Castle that dominates the landscape and the history of the town. The castle sits atop a large hill and is in perfect condition. The British Royal family including the Queen, still reside at Windsor Castle for a large part of the year.

Royal Fortress

The location of Windsor on the banks of the river Thames is in itself a wonderful scene and the tow path which runs along the riverbank is populated with pretty shrubs and grassy areas but the main attraction is the Castle which receives more than 7m visitors every year.

The castle is easily accessed on foot from the main train station and when the Queen is not in residence it is worth paying the small fee to look around the fabulous rooms inside the castle and imagine how much different your life would be if you were part of the Royal family.

The Cradle of British Civilization?

The history of Windsor dates back to before the 11th Century, which is when William the Conqueror commissioned the building of the castle. However, relics have been found dating back to the Anglo Saxon and Bronze ages.

Aside from the castle and the buildings surrounding the impressive site the rest of the town is rather modern and rather quaint and due to its proximity to London (less than 40 minutes on the train) does not provide a large amount of art or cultural facilities. This can be found in London.

Greener on the Other Side

Windsor is located in a beautiful part of the country and at a woderful section of the River Thames. River boat cruises are available all year round so for a special treat take one of these tours and enjoy the natural beauty of the river and the surrounding countryside whilst viewing the impressive castle from afar.
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