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Duke of Connaught, Windsor

165 Arthur Road
Phone: 01753840748

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hondo . left this review about Duke of Connaught

Greene King pub located away from the main tourist drag. Bare boarded L shaped interior with 5 real ale taps 4 on.

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Danny O'Revey left this review about Duke of Connaught

You're soon in a different world of Windsor here, away from the tourist area and on a busy main road out of the town, though I did use it as a route from the station to the river walk.

Its a local type place for the adjoining mixed residential area, though its not small and has a nice feel with the bare wood floor, some high stools and tables mixed with more loungy style seating. I would disagree with the comment below though that, whilst the champagne box lids covering the wall are a little different, they don't quite go. Lots of wood and a rustic feel.

Beer was a little warm for my taste, but there were 3 real ales including local Windsor & Eton.

On 1st October 2011 - rating: 7
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Quinno _ left this review about Duke of Connaught

Tidy street corner boozer. Four Greene King ales usually available (IPA was off; Abbot, Celebration and a 2.8% Tolly English Ale were on). Beer quality was OK, nothing overly special. I suspect the halves here are marked up as I was charged £1.90 for my Tolly (at 2.8% as well!) whilst I am told elsewhere that a pint is £3.45 - greedy Greene King, as they do this in other outlets (the Gardeners Arms in Caversham, for example). The friendly Irish landlord engaged us with some chat whilst watching football on a foreign satellite channel. A couple of my party had the Thai food, which went down well. A nice touch was the wine crate stamps that were used as a form of wall tiling in the foody area off to the right. Decking available outside for sunny days. Not a bad little place but the pricing policy of the ale left a bitter taste (unlike the Tolly).

On 7th June 2011 - rating: 6
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Bucking Fastard left this review about Duke of Connaught

Street corner boozer which has been "upgraded" with pine flooring and two Sky Sports TV's.Lacking traditional pub features and more of a sports bar feel but the welcome is friendly and this is an excellent place to catch sports events.Lots of Rugby fans in on saturday lunchtime created a good atmosphere.Beer selection a little dull due to the Greene King tie, but reasonable quality.(Reviewed June 2009)

On 24th February 2010 - rating: 6
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Malden man left this review about Duke of Connaught

Pleasant enough and livelier late afternoon yesterday than other nearby hostelries, a nice feel to the place with log fires, trendy French film flyers for B-movie horror flics. A tiled passage leads to a paved rear garden.
The four ales suggested in the write up above were only three, sadly all GK, IPA, Abbot and XX Mild. A guest would've been good. The XX Mild was in top nick it must be said.
A pub of great potential and clearly well run, I'd just prefer a better range of cask ales.

On 19th July 2008 - rating: 6
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