24 hours in Windsor

Windsor is a town on the River Thames in the Southeast of England. It’s Castle is an official residence of the British Royal Family. HRM The Queen is said to use it as her weekend residence. The town is a unique an historic destination with easy connections to and from London. I was lucky enough to checkout Windsor and all it has to offer recently. This was whilst learning the history of Woods of Windsor.

Places To Stay

There are a selection of places to stay however only one overlooks Windsor Castle. The Harte and Garter is in the heart of Windsor and only a stone throw away from the Castle. Harte & Garter has 98 en-suite bedrooms are individually designed within what as originally, two 14th century inns. The main building overlooks Windsor Castle.

Sites To See

With a number of sites to see inns around Windsor it’s hard to know where to begin. The local bus tour can be a great way to cover everything and anything not to mention you can learn a thing or two. Nothing made me laugh more them to learn that the planet named in hour of the Kong was later renamed to Uranus.


In Windsor there is plenty of choice when it comes to shopping. Many you would be familiar with on most high streets. Daniels, a family owned department store, is exclusive to Windsor. The store has a huge selection of high quality products for great value. It also received a Royal Warrant from HRH The Queen.

Places To Eat & Drink

If you are shopping in Daniel Department Store then you can eat inside at the Foggs restaurant. It has a range of really nice food and drinks for all of the family. If you’re looking more for a dinner options then one the high street is a huge selection. These are easily accessible and you can even have dinner overlooking the river Thames.

Where would you recommend?

You can shop the full Woods of Windsor range in store at Daniel of Windsor Department Store.

Disclaimer: The experience was gifted however all views and opinions are my own.