Travel / Accommodation
Looking for the perfect place to stay while you take part in the Womens Windsor 10K?
If you would like some help choosing your accommodation, speak to one of our friendly assistants in the Royal Windsor Information Centre during office hours on:
Alternatively visit www.windsor.gov.uk and browse the wide range of accommodation on offer – from clean and comfortable budget hotels and B&Bs to boutique hotels and fabulous spa retreats – and book safely and securely online.
We look forward to making your stay in Windsor and the Royal Borough a comfortable, memorable and happy one!
MACDONALD WINDSOR HOTEL
OFFICIAL HOTEL PARTNER
The Macdonald Windsor Hotel, situated 2 minutes’ walk from the gates of Windsor Castle offers 120 luxury bedrooms in the heart of the historic town. The MacDonald Hotel is the HQ Hotel for both the R4W Windsor 10k and the Windsor Half Marathon
FROM THE NORTH
Join M4 and travel westbound to J10. Take A329M to Bracknell. At Twin Bridges Roundabout, continue on to the A329 – signposted to Ascot. At Heather wood Hospital Roundabout (near the racecourse) turn left on to A332 towards Windsor. The route will be AA signposted for the Windsor Half Marathon taking place in the safe place the following day.
FROM THE WEST
Leave M4 at J10 and follow directions above.
FROM THE SOUTH
Leave M3 at J3 and follow A322 towards Bracknell. At first major roundabout, get in offside lane and take A332 to Ascot. At Heatherwood Hospital Roundabout (near the racecourse), continue on A332 towards Windsor. The route will be AA signposted for the Windsor Half Marathon taking place in the safe place the following day.
Parking is in Windsor Great Park off the A332 Sheet Street Road. There is plenty of free parking for everyone.
The quickest way to Windsor from London is via Paddington to Slough (22 mins) where you change for Windsor (platform 1)
There are good views of Eton College and the Castle as you approach form the north-west on the raised brick arches, crossing the river Thames on Brunel’s ‘Bowstring Bridge’ (1849). Windsor Central Station is directly below the Castle walls. It is then approximately 1.5 miles to the start on the Long Walk.