Getting to Us

Windsor is extremely convenient for Heathrow, M4, M3 and M25, with easy access to London via public transport, having two mainline train stations serving London Waterloo and London Paddington stations, as well as direct bus services to Heathrow and London. We always recommend to our guests to stay in Windsor and travel by train into London to explore the City. A cheaper and far more relaxing option.

By Car

We have free off street parking at the side of the building accessed from the side road – Claremont Road


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Directions from M4, Junction 6 are as follows :

Follow dual carriageway towards Windsor to the roundabout. Take the first left into Clarence Road and follow this road to the second set of traffic lights. At the traffic lights turn right into Alma road. About 150m on the left is St Edwards church, next to the church is Langton House, Claremont Road runs between the church and Langton House.

Directions from M40:

Take the High Wycombe (Junction 4) exit and head towards Maidenhead on the A404. Follow this onto the A404M heading towards the M4 (Junction 8/9). Take M4 towards London and exit at Slough Central and Windsor (Junction 6), head on the A355/A332 towards Windsor.

Follow dual carriageway towards Windsor to the roundabout. Take the first left into Clarence Road and follow this road to the second set of traffic lights. At the traffic lights turn right into Alma road. About 150m on the left is St Edwards church, next to the church is Langton House, Claremont Road runs between the church and Langton House.

Directions from M25 Junction 15:

Take the Junction 15 (M4) exit, follow signs for Wales, away from London, to Junction 6, the Windsor and Slough Central exit.

Directions from M3 Junction 3:

Follow signs for Windsor (signposted for Windsor Castle and Legoland) coming off the M3 at junction 3, turn left onto the A322, follow this for 2 miles approx turning right onto A332 towards Ascot then eventually follow the B383 to Windsor (via Legoland), over the roundabout onto the B3022 and past Legoland, over a small mini roundabout and at the set of traffic lights turn left into Imperial Road (B3173). Follow this road to a major roundabout with traffic lights. Turn right at this roundabout onto Goslar Way (A308). At the end of this dual carriageway turn left at the roundabout into Alma Road. We are about 200 meters on the right.

Travel Maps
Travel information and additional maps can be found from www.rac.co.uk

Map Link
Click on the link below to see a local map.
www.streetmap.co.uk

By Train

From London to Windsor:

From London Paddington to Windsor & Eton Central via a change at Slough (35 minutes approx.)

From London Waterloo to Windsor & Eton Riverside (50 minutes approx.)

Prices for return fare off peak (after 9am) £10.70 (2014), Travel Card £15.80 includes return to London and all tube/bus travel.

Check the following web sites for more information:
www.thetrainline.com
www.nationalrail.co.uk
www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk
www.thisislocallondon.co.uk multitude of travel information.

Train from Heathrow to London
Heathrow Express is non-stop to London Paddington every 15 minutes from 0510 to 2340. Journey approx 15 mins. Fare approx £16.50 single (2009), book online at www.heathrowexpress.com

By Bus

Bus To Windsor
Various bus routes to Windsor, please check the following web sites for
information: –
www.firstgroup.com
www.britbus.com
www.a2btravel.com
www.stagecoachgroup.com
www.nationalexpress.com

Bus from Windsor to Legoland (approx 10 minutes)
Daily during opening hours. Cost in 2013 was £4.50 per adult, £2.00 child return.

Bus From Heathrow to Windsor (Approx. 1 hour)
Regular service from the Heathrow Central Bus Station. Please check at the
Heathrow bus station for times of services, one change at Slough. Approx cost £8.00 (2013). www.firstgroup.com

Bus from London Victoria to Windsor
Direct coaches available from London to Windsor. Green Line service links London with Windsor, calling at Victoria, Hyde Park Corner, Knightsbridge, Kensington and Hammersmith.  Coaches continue to Legoland and Bracknell.  For times and fares please call Green Line on 0844 801 7261 or visit www.greenline.co.uk/ Ticket prices change according to time of travel.  Full details at www.rainbowfares.com/

By Taxi

Taxi From Heathrow
The easiest way to reach Windsor from Heathrow is by taxi. London black cabs are available from outside the terminal building but these will cost in excess of £50 for the trip. The method I personally use is to phone a Windsor local taxi company called “Windsor Cars”. Phone 01753 677677. Heathrow is becoming more difficult to access for cars so Windsor Cars recommends the meet and greet service for £26 (£28 on credit card). Please pre-book through their web site with flight details etc.
Distance from Heathrow to Windsor 12 miles approx. Time for this journey is dependent on traffic, but can be 20 minutes to 45 minutes in rush hour. From Windsor to Heathrow Windsor Cars is £16 (£18 on credit card). www.windsorcars.com email bookings@windsorcars.com

Airport Parking

For those of you who have to do this, here are a few suggestions on airport parking from The Daily Telegraph in March 2005:
1. Book ahead, almost always cheaper
2. Heathrow Airport – Try NCP Flight Path or Purple Parking
3. Gatwick Airport – try APH, NCP Flight Path or BCP

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