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Beaumont House
Burfield Road
Old Windsor


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Nestled in 40 acres of sprawling, landscaped gardens lies Beaumont House, part of Beaumont Estate. Perched on the Berkshire/Surrey border in Old Windsor the local transport links and proximity to the M25 and M40 makes Beaumont House a convenient stopover for business travellers and a gorgeous, tranquil retreat at the weekend for families and couples. Being just 15 minutes from London Heathrow and a 30 minute train commute into the city of London, there are plenty of local attractions to visit and keep the entire family amused. Legoland and Thorpe Park will be on your doorstep, the historic town of Windsor and its Castle is a 10 minute drive away. There's Savill Gardens, Wisley Royal Horticultural Society Gardens and the National Trust land of Runnymede for a romantic stroll or Ascot and Windsor racecourses for racing enthusiasts. What's more, Beaumont House is a 5-minute walk from the banks of the River Thames and river cruises can be arranged for you. After a busy day, there's a great health club with a 20-metre indoor swimming pool, full gym facilities, tennis courts, acres of grounds and nature trails all free for overnight guests to use to relax and unwind. Equally welcoming is the Beaumont Lounge or Hanover Bar which opens out onto an outdoor terrace and a games/DVD room for children during the summer weekends and school holidays.

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