Updated 21 March 2020

about manor cottage

About Manor Cottage Bed and Breakfast Old Windsor

A warm welcome awaits you at Jan and Richard’s delightful 18th Century house. Afternoon tea or coffee, and homemade cake in the sitting room in front of the log fire in winter. Or in summer sit underneath the vine-covered pergola...wander round the garden or out into the paddock and play games (croquet can be so cruel!) or just sit in the sunshine. Maybe the fork-tailed red kites will be circling overhead.

Standards of comfort and food are high but the atmosphere is very relaxed as Jan and Richard will do all they can to make your stay as pleasant and rich an experience as possible.

The house and gardens are lovely. In spring the wild garlic and bluebells are a delight and later the mature plants and borders give lots of colour with plenty of hidden places to sit and relax. The village is a mile and a half from Windsor and sits between Windsor Great Park, Runnymede and the River Thames.

This is simply the best B&B i have ever stayed in. With a job that takes me around the country staying in many bed and breakfasts, I have a lot of experience to compare Manor Cottage to. Rich and Jan were so fantastically accommodating and welcoming. Very friendly welcome of tea and cake, a beer in the fridge on arrival and wonderful locally sourced and free-range breakfast. I cannot recommend Manor Cottage enough. Looking forward to staying here again. Room Tip: Try the Romany caravan in the garden for a different experience.

Definitely one of the best - This is a fantastic B&B.

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Only thinking of staying for One night...?! Think again. People use us as a really good base for London as well as places like Oxford and Hampton Court, even Stonehenge . And just Windsor itself offers so much :)
For example, have you thought about river trips (by paddle steamer or canoe or the amphibious Duck!) or the wonderful walks or cycling in the Great Park?