Not to be confused with the royal residence of the same name, the Windsor Castle has won several awards for its large selection of real ales. There are three pumps offering Shepherd Neame ales and three for regularly changing guest ales, sourced from local micro breweries.
The pub dates from 1858, but had to be extensively rebuilt in the 1970s following a blaze during the national firemen’s strike. It boasts a garden and a courtyard, while inside two log-effect gas fires help create a homely atmosphere.
A small dining room seats 14, with more catered for in the bar itself and separate function room. Typical pub food is offered daily, as well as a carvery on Sundays. Live music is held every week and one Sunday a month is golden oldie night, featuring music from the 50s to the 80s.