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The Prince Arthur, Windsor

29 Grove Road
Windsor
SL4 1JD
Phone: 01753832491

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hondo . left this review about The Prince Arthur

Fuller’s pub tucked away on the back streets that has a nice tiled exterior. Quite a plain interior with some rugby memorabilia on the walls.

On 22nd October 2018 - no rating submitted
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John Thomson left this review about The Prince Arthur

Windsors best pub for sport.A local pub by all accounts with a loyal clientele. Definitely not a wine bar. Pub is always clean and has a good range of ales and lagers - Extremely busy on rugby international and boxing dates so make sure you arrive in good time. Master cellarman status and voted Windsors best Pub in bloom 2016. Beer garden in summer and 8 TVs to watch the match. Serves a great bucket of hot wings and Sunday Roast available. This is a true Victorian pub much loved by Windsor Locals.

On 22nd October 2016 - rating: 10
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Quinno _ left this review about The Prince Arthur

Less utilitarian and grim than previous, though the changes are cosmetic and the place is still essentially that of a stripped-back boozer albeit with a slightly better class of clientele. Dimly lit with candles dotted about. Victorian era repro wall paper on two feature chimney breasts. Two loud TVs showing Champs League footy up against a barking dog. Basic tiled rear patio. Two ales, Pride and Spring Sprinter. The Spring was vile but was changed without fuss (though the clip wasn't turned by the time I’d left), the replacement of Pride not great. In a town with an impressive stock of decent boozers, I’d steer clear of this one.

December 2005
A Fuller's pub with an attractive green tiled exterior but inside lacks atmosphere and warmth - very basic. Whilst the service was fine we got a few funny looks which didn't help. I get the feeling that most of the punters were squaddies from the nearby barracks and that my face didn't really fit. Rated 4

On 5th April 2014 - rating: 4
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