Due to a fallen tree at the Cascade, there is no access on the south side of Virginia Water lake between the ruins and the Virginia Water Pavilion.
You will not be able to do a full walk around the lake until the work is completed. From Virginia Water Pavilion we suggest that you do not turn left and in front of Virginia Water South car park we suggest you do not turn right.
We politely ask Members and Visitors to respect all barriers and closure signage.
A progressive independent commercial business, created by Act of Parliament. Our portfolio includes the whole of Regent Street and much of St James’s in London’s West End, prime regional shopping centres, Windsor Great Park, rural land and coastline, and the UK’s seabed.
Windsor is a contemporary town centre overlooked by an iconic castle, with the spectacular 4800 acres of Windsor Great Park providing a green haven for walking, cycling and horse riding – all within close proximity to central London.
The spectacular 4800 acres of Windsor Great Park provide the town's residents with a green haven for walking, cycling and horse riding – all less than 30 miles from the bustle of central London.
Windsor offers a diverse array of restaurants, interspersed with independent cafés, high street shops and quintessentially British tearooms. Opposite the castle, a Grade II listed Victorian railway station has been converted into Windsor Royal Shopping, providing a wide selection of bars and bistros, an arts and crafts market, and a concourse of upmarket stores.
From the gates of Windsor Castle, the 2.6 miles of The Long Walk links the Royal residence to Windsor Great Park - making it possible to enjoy an uninterrupted stroll from urban to rural. Meanwhile, the River Thames runs through the town, giving you the chance to cruise on a day-trip sightseeing boat, or explore independently by hired motorboat or kayak. And for culture seekers, the arts centre offers a packed programme and the Theatre Royal provides plays, musicals and comedies throughout the year.
Windsor is conveniently situated along the M4 corridor, giving a direct route into London. It also benefits from close proximity to the M25, M3 and M40 - with Heathrow Airport only a twenty minute drive away. There are two central train stations, from which you can travel either directly to Waterloo or to Paddington via the Windsor to Slough shuttle train. There are also good rail links in nearby Egham and Virginia Water.
There are a number of excellent schools in Windsor and the surrounding areas. Please visit www.rbwm.gov.uk for details of local state schools, or www.isc.co.uk for information on independent schools in the area.
Nearby towns and the wider area
Windsor is surrounded by a diverse range of nearby towns and villages - including Ascot, famous for its racecourse, and Bracknell, home of Swinley Forest – plus Crowthorne, Datchet, Sunningdale, Eton and many others.
If you would like to find out more about what’s on, places to visit and places to stay in other towns nearby, or in the wider county of Surrey, please use the following links:
If you plan to make regular visits to Windsor Great Park, or to move here, it could make perfect sense to become a Member of The Savill Garden. Benefits include unlimited access to the Garden and parking in the Savill Garden car park, as well as priority booking for events, and a number of special discounts.