Windsor Castle Tours
Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world, and the Queen of England’s favourite.
Located on a scenic cliff-top location above the river Thames, it makes the perfect destination for our gentle bike tour. After meeting at Windsor & Eton Riverside station station, we jump on board our comfy bikes to begin our tour.
The bike tour around the scenic Thames Valley is a flat and largely traffic-free 8 miles (13km) through country lanes and designated bike tracks. There is plenty of time to stop and take photos en-route.
The tour finishes back in central Windsor, a short walk from the castle, the towns various shopping & eating destinations or trains stations for your return to London.
A truly historic day out guaranteed!
Traffic Free Bike Ride...
Embrace the wind in your hair as we tour along the river bank. Lap up the freedom as we pass the sights and take in riverside life. Ring the bell and wave to passers by and feel a million miles away from London…Flat, traffic free, relaxing and fun...you are guaranteed to enjoy arriving at the castle feeling like royalty!
Olympic rowing lake
Home to the London 2012 Olympics and where Prince William & Harry learnt to row. We enjoy the big skies and scenic surroundings of the Eton rowing lake. A stunning arboretum and sculpture park make this an unexpected highlight on the tour.
Historic Dorney Court
We pause for refreshment at this Tudor mansion, with a selection of teas & homemade cakes available. Dating from 1440 it is a fine example of early Tudor architecture, and the tea cake are not bad either!
If times permits we cycle along the beautiful Eton High St, and see the oldest school in England that has educated 19 British Prime Ministers to date!
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