Windsor offers a range of restaurants, shops and other facilities and easy access to gree space and tourist attractions like Windsor Castle and Legoland.
Getting there and back
A bus from just outside the campus takes approximately 20 minutes
Train from Windsor & Eton Riverside station to Egham station takes around 25 minutes (one change, £8.60 anytime return)
Walking distance across Windsor Great Park around one hour
Drive time around 20 minutes
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Average monthly accommodation rental costs in Windsor:
Studio/1 bed: £700 - £1,500 2 bed: £950 - £1,800
3 bed: £1,100 - £2,00 4 bed: £1,500 - £4,000
Room: £480 - £850*
Windsor Castle forms such a large part of the town you can’t miss it! If you’re interested in the history of Britain or love Wills, Kate and Prince George, it’s well worth paying the castle a visit. It’s the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world and an official residence of Queen Elizabeth II.
Explore the elaborately decorated state apartments, which are open to visitors throughout the year.
Whether you prefer a meal and drink in a local pub, or modern cuisine and a glass of wine in a trendy bar, Windsor offers a great choice and is popular with Royal Holloway students. After dark, there’s plenty of late-night bars and clubs offering student nights if you fancy a night on the town.
Art fans will love the Firestation Arts Centre. Located a five-minute walk away from the town centre, the venue's eclectic programme takes in mainstream and international cinema, theatre productions, gigs showcasing upcoming bands from indie to jazz, comedy and dance shows, as well as 2D art exhibitions.
Windsor is shopping heaven, whether you have a penchant for designer fashion, high street labels, department stores or more independent shops. All these sit side by side with smaller, specialist outlets.
*Costs correct winter 2014