About Old Windsor

For almost 1,000 years, Windsor has been at the heart of the British monarchy. Home to Windsor Castle, originally built in 1070 by William the Conqueror, it is the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world. St George’s Chapel, within the castle precincts, was built in the 14th Century and is regarded as the finest medieval Gothic church in Britain.

Windsor Bridge links Windsor with Eton, quaint and full of antique shops and independent cafes, as well as arguably the most famous school in the world, having educated 19 British Prime Ministers.

From the Thames, visitors to Windsor can enjoy a view of Windsor’s Home Park, an exclusive section of the famous Windsor Great Park.

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Waterview Offices in and around Old Windsor

22 Thames Street,
Lower Sunbury,
Upstream Offices, TW16 6AF

93 Station Road,
Upstream Offices, TW12 2BD

568 London Road,
Upstream Offices, TW7 4EP

84 Heath Road,
Upstream Offices, TW1 4BW

61 High Street,
Upstream Offices, TW11 8HA

1 Chertsey Road,
St Margarets,
Upstream Offices, TW1 1LR

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