Whatever your taste there is a variety of restaurants, bars and pubs either within walking distance or a short drive from 76 Duke Street:
The Great Park, part of a vast Norman hunting chase, is set in 2,020 hectares (5,000 acres) of the Surrey and Berkshire countryside stretching from Windsor Castle to the north and Ascot to the south. With its varied landscape and sweeping deer lawns, woods, coverts and huge solitary ancient oaks, the park abounds in wildlife.
The Savill Garden is one of Britain’s greatest ornamental gardens. Neither a botanical garden, nor a kitchen garden attached to a great house, it is a garden for the garden’s sake, enjoyed by horticulturalists and enthusiasts alike. It never fails to charm visitors who come to explore its 35 acres of contemporary and classically designed gardens and exotic woodland.
With a fabulous island setting on the banks of the River Thames, a warm welcome from the minute you arrive, our wonderful Monday atmosphere and our superb hospitality, there's no better way to start your week!
Ascot is Britain’s Premier Flat Racecourse and third best Jumps Racecourse.
The Club's playing season starts in April and finishes in mid September. The premier official tournaments are the Queen's Cup (high goal), Royal Windsor (medium goal) and the Archie David (low goal), all of which take place in June. In July each year, the Club is host to the Hurlingham Polo Association's International Day - the great showpiece polo occasion of the year, at which attendance is regularly in excess of 20,000 people. The Club is also home to the Inter-Regimental in July, The Duke of Wellington Trophy in August and the Nations Cup in September.
The Royal Windsor Horse show is an annual fixture for which the Royal Family have a great affection.
Held annually for five days in May or June in Windsor Home Park, the Royal Windsor Horse Show started in 1943 with the founding of the Royal Windsor Horse Show Club which was set up to hold horse shows for charity.
The annual Windsor Festival is considered one of the most vibrant, exciting and varied festivals of its kind in the country. The Windsor Festival continues to promote quality performances of music and the arts within the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. The Festival is a high quality and varied festival for the cultural benefit of the community.
The Windsor Castle Royal Tattoo is all about raising support for British servicemen and women on operations and raising awareness of what these people do. The event is not-for-profit, and all proceeds raised go to the Royal British Legion.
Windsor Castle is an official residence of The Queen and
the largest occupied castle in the world. A Royal home and fortress for over 900 years, the Castle remains a working palace today.
Eton has educated boys for nearly six centuries. The College continues to develop Henry VI's original vision by providing a distinctive education.
The Nokia Royal Windsor Triathlon has been awarded the BTA's 'Event of the Year' a remarkable seven times. These awards, voted for by the British Triathlon Association's members, place the event as without equal in Great Britain: it has claimed six BTA awards in the last seven years, including scooping the double of BTA Event of the Year as well as the inaugural 220 Triathlon Magazine award for Race of the Year.
A 2 minute walk from 76 Duke Street, on the bank of the Thames is the Windsor Leisure Centre, a fully equipped public leisure centre with gym, studio, fitness and leisure pool.