Fairlight Lodge Hotel
Travel Blogs from Windsor
... and into a thunderstorm. The flashes of lightening were quite blinding but fascinating at the same time. Most passengers were oblivious due to their window shutters being down, but it was quite turbulent. I also saw a shooting star which appeared quite close and a sight that I will never forget despite it being so quick. I slept for about 5 hours on and off and even the most turbulent weather did not disturb me. Laura wasn't so lucky and got an hour or ...
... gay as well... Harry if you are reading, I love you, I miss you and I plan to come back here with you one day! :)
Dan and my taste buds were set loose. Scotch eggs are actually quite difficult to find, but a hearty breakfast is not. I am proud, (I probably shouldn't be) to say that I finished that plate of British breakfast... Okay I'm lying I didn't eat any black pudding. I can't bring myself to try it. Anyways I don't think my photo does it justice, ...
... and then to a neighborhood pub for a beer. We bought 7 tickets because they were available and with a group we got a 33%2525 discount on the normal price. We returned to the hotel and collapsed after some 28,000 steps. June 9: We arose for breakfast after a pleasant night sleep, meet the gang, had a full English fry-up, and quickly departed the hotel for Paddington Station. We caught the 9:50 train direct to Moreton-in-Marsh and sped along at a top speed of 92 mph for the hour ...
... II was actually here for the royal horse show and was in her lounge just above the one Range. I guess this makes sense because I remember seeing a flag flying at the top of a tower and somebody saying it only does so when the queen is in residence. I had to ask which car was hers and he said that the Rovers are what she uses when making an appearance; to seem more stately. However, while she's at the castle, she prefers to tool around in her Jag. My kind of gal. After we passed ...
Yesterday, we drove to Wimbledon to meet Catherine, Giles, Emily and Oscar. On our way down John took a detour to Durham where we were able to go inside the Durham Cathedral, this was comparable to the York Minster for size and grandeur. Durham was different style however as the architecture was much broader, thicker, and stronger than the intricacies of the Minster. While we toured the Organist was playing on the large organs in the ...
Other places to stay in Windsor
18 High Street, Windsor | 4 star hotelfrom $148
- Nice hotel but avoid the restaurant for dinner.
- A super Hotel
- Hotel Has Pretentions Above It's Level
Windsor Road, Windsor | 4 star hotelfrom $205
- Fantastic Hotel
- Great Hotel, Terrible Staff
- Restaurant lets it down.
52 - 54 Thames St, Windsor | 3 star hotelfrom $176
- Faded English grandeur
- Excellent Hotel - Extremely comfortable and beautiful surroundings
- Generally very nice
High Street, Windsor | 4 star hotelfrom $151
- Terrible service that makes the £75 million refurbishment a waste
- Perfect three days away
- Charming hotel with great service in an unbeatable location
46 Kings Road, Windsor | Hotelfrom $150
65 Vansittart Road, Windsor | Hotelfrom $99
34 King Edward Court, Windsor | Hotelfrom $95
9 Clarence Road, Windsor | Hotelfrom $133
Bolton Avenue, Windsor | Hotelfrom $156
23 High Street, Windsor | 4 star hotelfrom $234
Winkfield Road, Windsor | Hotelfrom $218