Windsor Royal Station
To the right of Ye Harte and Garter Hotel, opposite Windsor Castle, High Street, Windsor
Windsor Royal Station is town centre shopping as you have longed for it to be -- a destination on your doorstep. Stylish shops and restaurants of repute, its architectural elegance creates an area to shop, eat, meet and simply enjoy. What is more, the train service from Reading and Paddington directions stops right in the concourse! Simply change at Slough.
Concessions in the Concourse
Visit the concourse where a collection of small, independent businesses have personally sourced a unique range of gifts, accessories and homewares.
LOCATION: Directly opposite Windsor Castle and Queen Victoria Statue
Peascod Street, Windsor
is an extremely old street and as such confounds visitors with
the strange pronunciation of its name. Locally it is known as
'Pesscott' street', not, as it might seem, 'peez cod street'.
As you might expect from one of the oldest streets in the town,
it offers a wealth of shopping from top to bottom! In order to
make the experience even more pleasurable, the entire shopping
area was closed to traffic and turned into an attractive pedestrian
precinct in the mid 1990s.
The High Street
LOCATION: To the east of Windsor Castle and Queen Victoria Statue, running past The Guildhall
High Street, Windsor
LOCATION: To the west of Windsor Castle and Queen Victoria Statue, running down the hill past the Curfew Tower.
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