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Lonely Planet review
A classic tavern on the brow of Campden Hill Rd, this place has history, nooks and charm on tap. It’s worth the search for its historic compartmentalised interior, roaring fire (in winter), delightful beer garden (in summer) and affable regulars (most always). Legend attests the bones of Thomas Paine (author of Rights of Man ) are in the cellar.
In the old days, Windsor Castle was visible from the pub, hence the name.