Old Windsor - pubwalk.

Old Windsor is a large village  in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead in the English county of Berkshire which adjoins the River Thames. Length 0.9 mile, walk time 19 mins
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The Toby Carvery, Old WindsorStart at the Toby Carvery. Straight Road, Old Windsor, SL4 2RR. Monday to Sunday 7am - 11pm
food served all day. Large car park and right by the bus stop. Two ales, coffee, breakfasts and roasts. Free Wifi.
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Customer score  10/10  From James  May 2016

Turn left out of the front of the pub entrance, passing the bus stop and left into St Lukes Road. Keep straight on to the Jolly Gardeners on your right.

The Jolly Gardeners

Jolly Gardeners, Old Windsor

92-94 St Luke's Rd, Windsor SL4 2QJ  Opens noon daily, 13:00 on Sunday
Traditional family-run pub with superb ales and  fresh home cooked food.
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Turn right out of the pub and walk St Lukes Road until you reach Crimp Hill on your right. Turn into Crimp Hill and walk up to the Oxford Blue and the Union Inn.

Oxford Blue, Old WindsorNext is The Oxford Blue (now a restaurant)
10 Crimp Hill, SL4 2QY   Open from noon.  Check by phone during winter. 01753 861954 Free Wifi
The Oxford Blue pub in Old Windsor Opened in 1829 by Waterloo veteran Tom Evans of The Royal Horse Guards (The Blues) also known as the Oxford Blues, hence the name of the pub.
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The Union Inn is next door!

The Union Inn

Union Inn, Old Windsor

Crimp Hill, SL4 2QY    Open 11-11. 01753 861955
Sharp's Doom Bar plus good value food.  Pub Garden, Dog Friendly, Wifi.
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Retrace your steps to St Lukes road and turn right and continue into Burfield Road. You will find the Fox and Castle on your left, laying back from the road.

Fox and Castle, Old Windsor

The Fox and Castle

21 Burfield Rd  SL4 2RB  Open daily from noon. Free Wifi
A great selection of real ales and food served lunchtime and evening.

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You can retrace your steps to the Toby Carvery, bus and car park or you can walk on down Burfield road to turn left into Ouseley road. There are bus stops outside the Bells of Ouzeley, a Harvester. No ales (on our visit) very slow service and poor meals. Let me know if things have changed---

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