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Wraysbury is a quiet riverside village close to Windsor. There are a number of local activities including tennis courts, horse riding and various watersport's nearby. Wraysbury village's local pub 'the George' is also within short walking distance and is a highly rated, cosy, eatery perfect for a Sunday roast, recommended booking in advance. The Perseverance Pub is another choice in the village.
Great base to visit local attractions such as Windsor castle, Hampton Court Palace, Syon Park, Kew Gardens, Savill Gardens, Legoland, Thorpe Park, Ascot race course, Henley regatta as well as West and Central London.
The Old Wharf Cottage is situated close to the Royal town of Windsor in Berkshire. Windsor and over the footbridge, Eton, are gorgeous towns with a local feel and plenty of restaurants and shops and things to do come rain or shine. For history lovers, There are Neolithic artifacts found close to St Andrews Church and now kept in the Windsor museum. Wraysbury or "Wyrardisbury", was an Anglo Saxon fort and originally mentioned in the Domesday book of 1086. Magna Carta Island in the parish of Wraysbury is one of the sites where the Magna Carta was signed in 1215.