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Location & Surroundings

Fairmont Windsor Park is situated adjacent to Windsor Great Park and the Savill Garden, and is surrounded by famous landmarks of Windsor Castle, LEGOLAND Windsor and Thorpe Park Resort. The hotel is also conveniently located within an hour of Central London.


Formerly a private home, Heath Lodge, at the beginning of the 19th Century, until the property was purchased by Baron John Henry Schroder along with the Dell and 160 acres of land in 1864. Further changes of ownership have taken place since, Surinder Arora acquired the property in 2014 under the existence of The Savill Court. A total rebuild has taken place respecting the traditional exterior of Jacobean architecture synonymous with the locale, this amazing creation will leave a lasting legacy.

Getting there

Fairmont Windsor Park by plane

By plane

London Heathrow Airport :
Approximately 7 miles east of Fairmont Windsor Park, London Heathrow Airport is 20 minutes by car, or a 1 hour bus ride from Terminal 5 to Coopers Hill Lane bus stop and a 19 minute walk.


London Gatwick Airport :
Approximately 39 miles south east of Fairmont Windsor Park, London Gatwick Airport is 55 minutes by car, or 1 hour 50 minutes through a combination of bus and train services.


London City Airport :

Approximately 45 miles east of Fairmont Windsor Park, London City Airport is 2 hours by car, or 2 hours 15 minutes through a combination of bus and train services.


Please note these travel times may vary depending on traffic.

Fairmont Windsor Park by train

By train

London Underground :
Hyde Park and Leicester Square stations are served by the Piccadilly Line, from Heathrow Airport Terminal 5, and a 2 hour journey, having reached the Terminal by the Number 8 Bus from Cooper’s Hill Lane.


National Rail :
Charing Cross station is best reached by car within 1 hour 35 minutes as well as Waterloo Station, which is within 1 hour 25 minutes by car.


International Rail :
Eurostar services to Paris and other countries depart from St. Pancras International station, under two hours away by the RH3 bus from Egham, the South Western Railway to Vauxhall, and change to the Vauxhall underground to St. Pancras International station. Or accessible via car in 1 hour 45 minutes.

Fairmont Windsor Park by car

By car

The hotel is within an hour of Central London, and for Satellite Navigation (SAT NAV) and Global Positioning System (GPS) purposes, Fairmont Windsor Park’s postcode is: TW20 0YL.


Fairmont Windsor Park offers valet parking for all arriving guests.
Fairmont Windsor Park by bus

By bus

Windsor Town Centre is served by the Number 8 Bus from Cooper’s Hill Lane, which is a 1 mile, 19 minute walk from Fairmont Windsor Park.


The bus runs every 30 minutes, from Cooper’s Hill Lane starting at 04:41am, and leave for the town centre at Barclays Bank. The last bus to travel into town is at 11:29pm. On your return take the bus from Parish Church (Stop J) returning to Cooper’s Hill Lane which starts at 02:29am and the last bus from town is at 9:47pm. Your walk will take you from Fairmont Windsor Park down Wick Lane, right down Bishopsgate Road, left down Castle Hill Road and upon joining St. Jude’s Road turn to your right to Cooper’s Hill Lane bus stop. Your return walk will be the same passage.


Heathrow Airport Terminal 5, is served by the Number 8 Bus from Stand 4, which is a 1 mile, 19 minute walk from Fairmont Windsor Park, and from Cooper’s Hill Lane bus stop, a 43 minute bus ride to the terminal.


The bus runs every 30 minutes, from Terminal 5 starting at 04:05am, and leave Terminal 5 Stand 4, the last bus is at 10:53pm. The first bus from Cooper’s Hill Lane heading for Terminal 5 starts at 02:55am and the last bus is at 9:39pm.

Hotel location

Fairmont Windsor Park

Bishopsgate Road,
Englefield Green - Egham TW20 0YL
United Kingdom
+44 1784 535 555
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