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If you're looking for a fantastic Afternoon Tea in a casual atmosphere, you've come to the right place! We're Foggs and we're based on the First Floor of Windsor's largest department store, Daniel - which has been trading for over 100 Years. Daniel even holds a Royal Warrant to supply HM The Queen for gifts!
At £25 for two people, our Afternoon Tea is three courses and includes handmade cakes created by our in-house bakery Heidi. It includes bottomless tea or coffee; including a selection of loose leaf teas by Oxford tea-smiths Jeeves & Jericho.
Originally built in 1518, the building was the very first Guildhall in Windsor which was the meeting place for the Trinity Guild (the town traders) which since the 13th Century has provided the governing body for the town until it was turned into an inn & public house in 1689. There has been a pub on this site for almost 500 years and is one of the oldest establishments in the town, only a few of which are still standing.
Located on Market Street, The Prince Harry is only 50 metres from Windsor Castle. We are proud of our part in Windsor history and continue to provide a traditional pub environment amongst the cobbles of the old town next to the historic Guildhall.
Our menu includes traditional British favourites and all food is freshly cooked on-siteMore
The Royal Stag has been a historical drinking and eating establishment in the midst of the picturesque village of Datchet since the fifteenth century.
Today we are the only pub in the village, proud to be the centre of the community and serving good food, wine and beers to locals and visitors alike from 11am until midnight.
Our food is freshly cooked on-site, featuring local ingredients served all day every day from midday until we take our last order at 9.45pm.
We do a fine Sunday roast and we advise booking a table so that you can enjoy our traditional hospitality, cosy fire and warm atmosphere. Enjoy a quiet chat in a cosy nook under the old beams or gather with friends, family and colleagues in the warmth of the bar overlooking the village green.
Only 3 miles from Windsor Castle we are a popular stop off point for a pint after a brisk walk with the dog! Pop in when you’re next passing.More