In October this year, Princess Eugenie and her fiance Jack Brocksbank will walk down the aisle at Windsor's St George's Chapel.

If they're lucky, visitors to the town will be able to enjoy a glimpse of the newlyweds as they are drawn round the streets of Windsor in one of the Royal Family's famous open carriages.

In May, Prince Harry and Ms Meghan Markle got married at the same venue, St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle with all senior members of the British royal family in attendance. Their marriage was also followed by an open carriage ride.

These Royal Wedding will have been Windsor's events of the year as visitors have flocked to the town to catch a view of the royal newlyweds. 

A-Z of Windsor Accommodation

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Alma House >
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Fountain Court >
Garfield Place >
Gilbey's >
Hampden Apartments >
Heart of Windsor >
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Holiday Inn Express Windsor >
Kings Road Apartment >
Langton House >
Lawrence Court >
Lay Your Hat Apartments >
Lord Raglan House >
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New Oscar > 
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Pavilions >
Pixie Place >
Sir Christopher Wren Hotel >
The Christopher Hotel >
The Courtyard >
The George Inn >
The Hart & Garter >
The Hollies >
The Manor Hotel >
The Oakley Court >
The Royal Adelaide Hotel >
The Rutlands >
The Windsor Trooper >
The Winning Post >
Trevelyan Court >
Trinity Court Apartments >
Windsor Garden Lodge >
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There are some very enjoyable walks around Windsor, two of which originate in the centre of the town. Firstly there is the Long Walk that starts of the eastern gates of the Castle and ends over three miles away at the equestrian statue of George III. It is a lovely summer walk and offers superb views of the castle. It is long (approx 3 miles) so remember to take a drink of water with you!
The other is a circuit round the extensive walls of Windsor Castle, which takes in the charming neighbouring village of Datchet and includes the Royal Family's Windsor Farm Shop where you can enjoy a cream tea and purchase produce from the royal estates.

Windsor Great Park comprises some 4,800 acres of lush woodlands, heaths and farmland which surround Windsor Castle. It is all so very green! The Duke of Edinburgh is the head ranger. It is massive - there is lots to see including Saville Gardens, Virginia Water, Obelisk Pond, Ranger's Gate and Queen Anne's Ride. 

Ascot Racecourse is located at the southern end of the Great Park and has, for over 300 years, been famous for hosting some of the world's finest horse racing events, the most famous of which being Royal Ascot which takes place every year in early June. The Royal Procession is a major attraction - your opportunity to see senior members of the British Royal Family in their horsedrawn open carriages waving to the general public before enjoying the races. 

No family trip to Windsor would be complete without a visit to Legoland, which is situated just 1.5 miles outside the town centre. It is an amazing fantasy wonderland that celebrates the ingenuity of the Lego brick! A must-see for all kids! A day trip will give you a great opportunity to go on a selection of rides and visit all the kingdoms and meticulously constructed Lego exhibits.

Windsor offers lots of opportunities for keen photographers of architecture, nature and landscapes.


Hart & Garter Hotel & Spa
Constructed from two 14th-century inns, the Clarion Collection Harte & Garter is directly opposite the historic Windsor Castle in Windsor town centre. The property boasts free WiFi and a luxury health spa and has many original Victorian features. Read more >>>

TheOakleyCourt.jpg The Oakley Court
This historic country house is in large gardens, overlooking the River Thames with free parking, an award-winning restaurant and an indoor pool. Just over 3 miles from Windsor Castle and 12 miles from London Heathrow Airport. Read more >>>

De Vere Beaumont Estate
Just 15 minutes' drive from Heathrow Airport, the historic Beaumont Estate features a leisure club, an impressive 75 conference and events spaces and a 24-hour front desk. The property also boasts a business center, fax and photocopying facilities and an on-site bar and restaurant. Read more >>>

MacdonaldWindsor.jpg  Macdonald Windsor
On Windsor High Street, opposite Windsor Castle, offering luxury bedrooms with free Wi-Fi. The hotel has a stylish restaurant and bar. Air-conditioning, modern bathrooms, iPod docks. Just 15 minutes from Heathrow Airport. Read more >>>
RoyalAdelaide.jpg The Royal Adelaide Hotel
Originally built for Queen Adelaide in the mid 1830s, this elegant Georgian building has a stunningly impressive original exterior and large sash windows. All the 42 air-conditioned, non-smoking rooms have a modern bathroom, comfortable bed, flat-screen TV and a writing desk. Read more >>>

SirChristopherWindsor.jpg Sir Christopher Wren Hotel & Spa

This 17th-century house is situated between the banks of the River Thames and Windsor Castle. It is a 4-star hotel and offers free Wi-Fi, air-conditioned rooms, an award-winning restaurant and a spa. Read more >>>


The Castle Hotel Windsor 

4 star luxury hotel in Windsor town centre located just 2 minutes walk from Windsor Castle's main gate.  Boasts an excellent 2AA Rosette restaurant.  Air-conditioning. Offers good views of the Changing of the Guard Procession.

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Innkeeper's Lodge Old Windsor

10 minutes drive from Royal Windsor and offering free parking and an on-site pub with carvery. Just 20 minutes walk from Windsor Castle. Breakfast served daily. Well situated for Ascot Racecourse and Legoland Windsor. Read more >>>

The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead is situated in England's leafy Berkshire, some 20 miles west of central London on the southern banks of England's River Thames.  It's most famous landmark is Windsor Castle, one of the Queen's main official residences. Steeped in the pageantry and history of the Royal Family, it is a marvellous place to visit.

There is so much in lively Windsor to inspire the visitor. It is an ancient town, full of interesting architecture with many shops, cafes and pubs, many of which are found in the old Royal Station.

Windsor Castle is the largest and oldest inhabited castle in the whole world and is surrounded by Windsor Great Park where you can stroll up the majestic Long Walk and enjoy the Berkshire countryside and lines of lush trees. You can always tell if Her Majesty is "at home" - if she is then the royal coat of arms will have been hoisted up the flagpole on the Round Tower. Many parts of the castle are open to the general public.

Eton, with its world-renowned college, is just a short stroll from the Castle.

You can take a river cruise from Windsor, with cream tea, and enjoy the glorious Wisley Gardens.

Well connected to London via train, there are two railway stations - Riverside and Central.

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