The largest and oldest occupied fortress in the world, Windsor Castle is a majestic vision of battlements and towers used for state...
Run a variety of boat trips to Runnymede and around Windsor and Eton. Boats leave from just next to Windsor Bridge.
Eton’s main street here is surprisingly hushed as you make your way down to the most enduring and illustrious symbol of England’s class...
Crooked House Tea Rooms
Windsor’s answer to the Leaning Tower of Pisa, this tiny traditional tearoom comes complete with sloping floors, wooden beams and royal...
A great spot for a light lunch, Green Olive dishes up generous portions of traditional Greek mezedhes in bright, simple surroundings,...
Lonely Planet review
This 17th-century inn perched on the edge of Windsor Great Park is close to the castle’s tradesmen’s entrance and supposedly frequented by staff from the castle. Think low-beamed ceilings, dim lighting and royal photographs with irreverent captions on the wall.