The Charles House is a fabulous guest house in Berkshire that is a 5 minute walk from the Windsor town centre and Windsor Castle. Windsor Town Centre has many places offering breakfast, but for your convenience, the Charles House offers a continental breakfast. The Charles house features a state of the art keypad front door and individual room security, meaning you no longer having to deal with keys or room tags. Unexpected delay? No problem! You have complete freedom to come and go using your issued personal PIN.
The Charles House includes four guestrooms that have ensuite facilities offering either king size, twin or super kingsize beds.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- A Fridge complete with ice box
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Iron and ironing board
- Radio alarm clock with IPhone/IPod docking facilities
- Complimentary WiFi
- Freeview flat screen TV
Although the Windsor Town Centre has many places offering breakfast, the Charles House offers a continental breakfast. For your convenience, feel free to take your ready prepared breakfast from the fridge in the privacy of your own room if you’d like!
The City of Windsor:
On The Map: Windsor is located 25 miles directly west of the heart of London, along the M4 Motorway.
The town of Windsor is best known for the impressive Windsor Castle (pictured). The castle has a long history – well documented from the 11th century. Through subsequent centuries the castle drew a regular royal presence to the town, which in turn insured the prosperity of Windsor, as repeated investment in the castle drew merchants, smiths and craftsmen of all descriptions to the area. The castle is currently an official residence of the Queen, and is the largest inhabited castle in the entire world. Windsor boasts a wealth of good shopping options – of particular note is the Windsor Royal Shopping Centre located in the Central Train Station. Windsor is also home to the largest Legoland in the world, and the only one in Britain. World-famous Ascot Racecourse is located in Windsor, and beautiful Savill Garden is also well worth a visit.