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The Local Area, Windsor

The Royal Adelaide is just minutes away from some great things to do in Windsor and popular attractions!

Things to do in Windsor | Races

Being one of the closest hotels to Windsor Racecourse where in the summer they put on great race nights every Monday evening means you can enjoy the races and then come back and relax with a night cap in the bar, reliving every winning moment. Ascot Racecourse.

Things to do in Windsor | Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle is one of three official residences of The Queen and has been home to the Sovereign for over 900 years. The Castle is the largest inhabited castle in the world and the oldest in continuous occupation. The imposing towers and battlements of the Castle loom large from every approach to the town, creating one of the world’s most spectacular skylines. No other royal residence has played such an important role in the nation’s history.

The Castle opens at 9.45am daily throughout the year. From March to October admission continues until 4.00pm and the Castle closes at 5.15pm. From November to February, the castle still opens at 9.45am, admissions cease at 3.00pm and the Castle closes at 4.15pm. During the winter months the Semi-State Rooms are included in the visitor route. Standard admission charges apply.

Things to do in Windsor | Royal Ascot

The Royal Adelaide is just 15 minutes from Ascot racecourse and there are few sporting venues that can match its rich heritage and history. For almost 250 years, Royal Ascot has established itself as a national institution and the centrepiece of the British social calendar as well as being the ultimate stage for the best racehorses in the world.

Tradition, pageantry, fashion and style all meet in a glorious setting at one of the most beautiful racecourses in the country. The quality of the horse racing at Royal Ascot is simply outstanding, with £4.5 million in prize money on offer and a total of eighteen ‘Group’ races over the five days.

Things to do in Windsor

Every other day at 11am the guards leave the barracks which are very close to the hotel and march up to Windsor Castle – a great sight – why not join them on their march to the castle.

Things to do in Windsor | Eton College

Eton College, founded in 1440 by King Henry VI, is one of the oldest schools in the country. Today it is a secondary school for approximately 1,290 boys between the ages of 13 and 18, all of whom are boarders. The most integral part of the national heritage has to be the historic buildings and have recently begun inviting visitors to experience and enjoy the traditions of the College. Public tours start on 25 March 2010 and continue until 3 October 2010.

Things to do in Windsor | Theatre Royal

This beautiful theatre nestles in the shadow of Windsor Castle and is the only unsubsidised producing theatre to operate all year round in Britain.

Their repertoire is wide, ranging from the classics and traditional pantomime to first productions of new work some of which subsequently transfer to the West End.

The Theatre Royal has gained a reputation for the quality of its productions and is currently one of Britain’s leading theatres.

Its success continues as it launches a variety of new schemes for both businesses and regular theatregoers.

Click here to visit the Theatre Royal web site

Things to do in Windsor | Legoland

Just 2.5 miles from the Royal Adelaide Hotel is LEGOLAND Windsor Resort, a theme park dedicated to children aged 3-12 years old. An inspirational land where the kids are the hero. It’s a family attraction like no other – where the fun never stops and imagination knows no bounds. With over 55 interactive rides, live shows, building workshops, driving schools and attractions, all set in 150 acres of beautiful parkland, LEGOLAND Windsor Resort is a unique family theme park.


Carriage Rides in Windsor Great Park with Ascot Carriages. Travel through the Windsor countryside away from traffic, and relax & unwind as you discover the area from the comfort of an elegant horse-drawn carriage. Your carriage driver/guide can provide history and lesser known facts about this beautiful Royal Park. Operating all year round on selected dates from 11am to 4pm, rides are weather permitting and pay cash on the day. You may reserve your special date up to 3 months ahead or call on the day to check we are operating before 10am.

Our 4/6 seat Country Carriage seats max 4 adults & 2 toddlers (3yrs or under) or combination (60 stone weight restriction applies) we have easy with easy rise steps, cosy lap rugs & umbrellas for your comfort!

Have a photo with our family friendly carriage horse and the carriage previously used by Late Lt, Col.Sir John Miller, Her Majesty the Queen’s Equerry & Horsemaster for 26 years.

Rides start from The Savill Building Visitor Centre at The Savill Garden, Wick Lane, Englefield Green, Surrey, TW20 0UJ just 4 miles South of Windsor Castle, 1 mile from Englefield Green. Just follow the tourist signs to Savill Garden on A308 from Windsor, A30 from Bagshot or M25 Junction 13.


Let the train take the strain when attending a match at Twickenham or just head off to visit the home of English rugby.


Located opposite Windsor Castle in the Grade II listed Victorian railway station, Windsor Royal Shopping is Windsor’s must-visit shopping destination.

Many of the original features of the Victorian station remain, including Jubilee Arch, the cobbled stones and Queen Victoria’s waiting room.

With over 40 exciting shops, an wide range of continental-style restaurants, cafes, bars and an art and craft market open seven days a week, Windsor Royal Shopping really is a unique shopping and eating experience.

Just over the bridge in Eton lies a string of antiques shops, small galleries and boutiques line the winding road that runs from Eton Bridge to the college.


Take in the surroundings from a whole new perspective on the historic River Thames.  Join a passenger boat trip with French Brothers, hire a boat for a special occasion with
Fringilla, have a road and river adventure on a Windsor Duck Tour or get active with a kayak or rowboat – the choice is yours.

Windsor Events

Windsor on Ice

Start date: 18th November 2017

End date: 7th January 2018

Time: 10.30am

Location: Alexandra Gardens

Windsor On Ice offers a great value day out for all the family, regardless of the weather, as our main ice skating rink is fully covered. We also have a smaller open air ice rink, and you can skate on both for the price of just one skating ticket. An excellent, fun venue for days out with the children, Christmas, Birthday, or Corporate Parties, and a great experience for groups or clubs who want to ice skate on real ice over the festive period. We open on Saturday the 18th of November until Sunday the 7th January.

We bring fun on the ice for young and old alike, where all levels of skaters are welcome, experienced and inexperienced. This year our viewing area, festive food court and some attractions are also under cover, so non skaters can relax and stay warm while watching their family have fun on the ice rink, whilst enjoying freshly ground coffee or sampling our festive food and drink from our indoor Ice Bar and Grill.

Windsor’s main shopping centre is less than five minutes walk from the ice rink, with many bars and restaurants close by. The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, along with Alexandra Gardens, have built the new bandstand which can be seen from the side of our outside ice rink track with an extended outdoor viewing platform. Why not take in a great river walk, or visit the world famous Windsor Castle too?



Winter Magic at The Savill Garden

Start date: 1st December 2017

End date: 31st December 2017

Time: 10.30am

Location: Savill Gardens

Discover the Winter Magic at The Savill Garden this December. Be enchanted by our family Gingerbread Trail through The Savill Garden, take a delightful ride on the stunning Edwardian Carousel or become a magical woodland creature with Fascinating Faces, before enjoying hearty winter dishes and naughty sweet treats in the Savill Garden Kitchen.

And as we get closer to Christmas Day, the magic increases …

Winter Magic

Join in the holiday cheer and listen to live performances of songs of the season in The Savill Building performed by local school children on 05, 08, 11 and 15 December.

The magnificent Edwardian carousel returns to the front of The Savill Building from 16 – 23 Dec and 26 Dec – 1 Jan, and this year, there will be another little carousel appearing too; just for smaller ones! Each ride is £2 per person.

Entry into The Savill Garden is free throughout December – car park charges apply. At this time of year, the patchwork of winter interest in the Garden combines beautifully with mixes of colours, textures and scents. Follow the Gingerbread family trail from 1 Dec, finding some of the stars of the Garden, with games and activities for children from 5 – 10 years old. Cost per trail £3.50.* What’s more, there’ll be a tasty treat waiting at the end!

*Car park charges apply and The Savill Garden is closed on 24 & 25 Dec.

Fascinating Faces return to The Savill Building in the school holidays. By waving their face-painting magic wand they will transform your little ones into fairies, elves and woodland creatures like Sprucy Spriteycus, Whiffleflame the tree elf or Gigglewillow the robin. Face painting will be in The Savill Building from 21 – 23 Dec & 27 Dec – 1 Jan. £3.50 per child.**


Royal Ascot 2018

Start date: 19th June 2018

End date: 23rd June 2018

Location: Ascot Racecourse High Street Ascot Berkshire SL5 7JX

Royal Ascot 2018

The Royal Adelaide Hotel is one of the closest places to stay if you are planning a day out at Royal Ascot this year.  One of the pinnacle events of the summer social season and is certainly a must-attend event of the year and a quintessentially British day out.

Royal Ascot is Britain’s most valuable race meeting, attracting many of the world’s finest racehorses to compete for more than £5.5milllion in prize money. Our eighteen Group races, eight of them in Group One, have made legends of the finest thoroughbreds. Black Caviar, Frankel, Yeats – all are Royal Ascot winners turned household names.

In 2013, The Queen watched her horse, Estimate, triumph in the Gold Cup. A dedicated racehorse owner, she has attended every Royal Meeting during her reign and the Royal Procession is always an iconic moment to herald the start of every raceday.

Experience all the elements of Royal Ascot: the racing, the pageantry, the dining and the style!  There are three enclosures to choose from, each with its own individual character, and all put you at the heart of the racing action.  Download the Royal Ascot Style Guide to inspire you with what to wear at Royal Ascot this year.

Anticipated and revered, these five days are made for socialising. Long seen as a spectacle of fashion and style, they are referenced the world over. Each year the meeting is broadcast to audiences around the globe, yet to experience it in person is something altogether more special.

The celebrations will commence at 2pm each day as Her Majesty The Queen arrives in her horse-drawn landaus, with superb racing action from 2.30pm onwards.

After racing, traditional singing around the Bandstand commences in Grandstand Admission at approximately 6pm.


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