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Windsor Castle with a Hotel

Windsor Castle with Hotel Break

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Feel like royalty with our Windsor Castle short breaks

Pair your visit to the spectacular Windsor Castle with an overnight stay at a nearby hotel for the perfect mini break.

Step back in time and experience over 1,000 years of royal history with a trip to Windsor Castle, the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world. Perfect for all of the family, Windsor Castle is jaw-droppingly grand and, if you're lucky enough to see it, the Changing of the Guard is a colourful sight that you'll treasure forever.

Please Note: As Windsor Castle is a working royal palace, sometimes the entire Castle or the State Apartments within the Castle need to be closed at short notice. See website for details.

All Windsor Castle Hotel packages include:

  • An unforgettable overnight stay in your choice of room
  • 12:00pm entry into Windsor Castle
  • A delicious breakfast
  • Room amenities such as free WiFi, TV, toiletries and tea and coffee making facilities

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Royal Collection Trust / © His Majesty King Charles III 2023

Windsor Castle highlights:

  • State Apartments: Ceremonial Rooms and Historic Rooms

    The ceremonial rooms are the main State Apartments that are used today by the Royal Family. Visitors can explore striking rooms such as the Grand Reception Room and the Waterloo Chamber.

  • Semi-State Rooms

    The Semi-State Rooms are the private apartments specially designed for George IV. The lavish interiors were decorated by Morel & Seddon and feature exquisite furnishings and fittings sourced from Carlton House, George IV's former London residence. Please note: The Semi-State Rooms usually open from autumn-spring each year.

  • Queen Mary's Dolls' House

    This extraordinary miniature doll's house was built between 1921 and 1924 for Queen Mary and is a masterpiece of craftsmanship. Delight in the many, fully-furnished rooms of the house including a grand saloon, dining room, library, fully stocked wine cellar and a garden. No detail was forgotten - the house even has electricity, running water, and functional lifts.

  • St. George's Chapel

    St. George's Chapel, the place of worship at Windsor Castle, is one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in England. It has been the site of many royal weddings, including the wedding of The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

  • Moat Room

    The Moat Rooms features a bronze model of Windsor Castle as it stood in the year 1377. Expertly crafted with insights from the latest research of how it looked in the past, the model offers a glimpse into the grandeur of one of Europe's most renowned medieval palaces.

  • The Long Walk

    The Long Walk is a scenic avenue that stretches over 2 miles from Windsor Castle to the Copper Horse statue, depicting King George III on horseback. Take in iconic views of the Castle and the surrounding parkland.

  • The Round Tower

    From a height of 65.5 metres, The Round Tower offers stunning panoramic views of the Castle grounds, the town of Windsor, and the surrounding countryside.

Why you should book with Holiday Extras

With over 35 years experience in offering all those little 'holiday extras' that make a trip complete, we believe we're pretty darn good at packaging your dreams together. We offer the best possible prices because we want everybody and anybody to be able to enjoy time away with their loved ones. Our less hassle approach means we have streamlined our booking process, making it quick and easy to book!

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Where to stay near Windsor Castle

After a fun-filled day marvelling at the castle and all its treasures, why not unwind in a nearby top hotel. Whether you're travelling with the whole family, as a couple or seeing the sights solo, we've got the perfect hotel to suit you and your budget. Book with Holiday Extras to save on your short break to Windsor Castle.

We have a great choice of hotels near Windsor Castle that will transform your day trip into an exciting short break. Some hotels are as little as 2 miles away. With family rooms and great places to eat and drink, our hotels are the perfect way to treat the family to a little time away. Simply add your dates above to check availability or take a look at a couple of our favourites below.

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What's happening at Windsor Castle this Christmas?

Order of the Garter Anniversary

30th November 2023 to 1st January 2024

This year's Christmas display celebrates the 675th anniversary of the Order of the Garter, the most ancient order of chivalry.

The heart of the display is the majestic 20-foot Nordmann Fir tree standing tall in St George's Hall, crowned with a gleaming Garter Star, symbolising the rich heritage of the Order.

The celebration continues into the Waterloo Chamber, where a 160-foot long dining table awaits, carefully set with exquisite porcelain from the Garter Service.

Christmas Choir

Monday 11th, Thursday 14th, Friday 15th and Monday 18th December 2023

Get ready to soak up the yuletide joy as you witness the Castle transformed with beautiful decorations this festive season.

Local school choirs and community choirs will gather under the impressive Christmas tree in St George's Hall to stir up the festive spirit with a variety of Christmas songs and music. After all, what's more festive than a castle at Christmas?

Festive Family Fun

Every Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 16th December 2023 to 1st January 2024

During your winter visit don't miss out on the chance to enjoy some creative crafting at the Windsor Castle's Learning Centre!

Be transported to a Victorian Christmas and take part in activities like making a tree decoration, a wreath or an angel. You can also create your own Christmas menu for Queen Victoria and her family or dress up as an elegant Victorian taking a stroll on Christmas morning.

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