Windsor Part 3. Hidden Gems.

These pubs that are out of the way, a little off the beaten track. Even people that live in Windsor may not know some of these pubs. They are all worth a visit. Please enjoy them. Distance 1.0 mile. Walking time 20 mins.
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The Windsor CastleStart at the Windsor Castle. 98 Kings Road, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 2AP
This traditional pub overlooks The Long Walk, with great views of Windsor Castle and The Copper Horse. Open from noon every day. Very tasty food served in good portions, 12-3, 6-9; 12-8 Sat & Sun.

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http://www.therealwindsorcastle.com/
Turn left out of the pub and walk up Kings Road past the Best Western Hotel and turn left into Grove Road. Keep straight on at the crossroads to the Prince Arthur on your left.


The Prince Arthur

Prince Arthur

29 Grove Road SL4 1JD. Open 5-9.00 Mon and Tue-Sun all day from noon.  Food 1-5 Sun only
Admire the glossy green tiles on the outside of this Fullers pub with some Fullers beers available.
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http://prince-arthur-windsor.co.uk/

Turn left out of the pub and walk further to reach the Crispin on your right.




CrispinNext is The Crispin  CLOSED
56 Grove Road SL4 1HS Open from 11am
Windsor & Eton Guardsman plus 1 guest beer in this large pleasant pub with a good friendly atmosphere. Traditional community local situated in an attractive conservation area of Windsor.
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THIS PUB HAS CLOSED
Turn right out of here and walk up to St Leonards road. Turn left to find the Trooper on your left.


The Trooper

The Trooper

97 St Leornards Road SL4 3BZ  Free Wifi.   11-11 Mon-Thu; 11-Midnight Fri & Sat; 12-10.30 Sun
Well served ales, coffees and food at this gem of a pub. Accommodation with 9 en-suite rooms. Traditional English food served daily from 12-3 and 6-9pm.  Wells Bombardier, Windsor & Eton Guardsman, 1 changing beer.  Pub Garden

http://www.thetrooperinnwindsor.com/

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Cross the road out of the pub and walk down St Marks Road near the Fire Station. Turn left at the junction with Alma Road and walk to the roundabout. Cross Osbourne road and continue down Alma road. Soon turn right into Springfield Road and the Alma will be on your left.

The Alma

The Alma
61 Springfield Road  SL4 3PP  Open 3-11.30 Mon-Thu.   3-12.30am Fri.     12-12.30am Sat.   12-11 Sun. 
Good ales and huge portions of good food.  
Food Service Hours:Tuesday to Friday 5PM until 9:30PM
Saturday 12PM until 4PM & 6PM until 9.30PM.   Sunday 12PM until 5PM

The Alma is full of antiques and collectable's for sale including paintings, pictures, mirrors, ceramics and interesting knick knacks! Large garden.
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http://www.innthealma.co.uk/


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