Windsor Royal Station offers fabulous shopping and eating in the heart of Windsor by appointment to everyone. Amongst the tailors, discover quintessential gentlemen's outfitters New & Lingwood, founded in 1865 to cater for the sartorial needs of Eton College pupils and still occupying the same site on Eton High Street all these years later! Find out more here. Error: API requests are being delayed for this account. Maidenhead Farmers' Market pops up on the second Sunday of the month in Grove Road car park and Ascot Farmers' Market takes place on the third Sunday of the month in Ascot Racecourse's car park 3. With over 40 exciting shops, a wide range of continental-style restaurants, cafes, bars and an art…, The Savill Garden Gift Shop is also located in The Savill Building. Sign up for free to receive your Discover Windsor card as well as access to exclusive events. Ascot, Cookham, Sunninghill and Sunningdale offer fine boutiques, arts and crafts stores, florists and wine merchants. You might want to pop into vintage store Really Me at no 44 which sells clothing, accessories, furniture, bric-a-brac, books and vinyl and also helps fund Thames Hospice. Enjoying this beautiful Windsor sunshine? Arriving by train? Step into the Windsor Castle shops and experience a world of exclusive gifts and royal souvenirs. And whilst you plan your next shopping break in Windsor and Maidenhead, why not combine a little fun into it by visiting our many things to do and attractions such as Legoland and Dorney Court? Food shops, supermarkets, garden centres and certain other retailers providing essential goods and services can remain open. Check the website for up-to-date information. At the heart of shopping in Windsor and Eton is Windsor Royal Station, a mostly covered area that occupies the site of an 1850s railway station: you can still see Queen Victoria’s royal waiting room. New posts will not be retrieved. windsorcrossing2020-08-26T20:17:12+00:00August 26th, 2020|Fashion|, windsorcrossing2020-03-02T18:59:38+00:00March 2nd, 2020|Fashion|, windsorcrossing2020-01-09T15:35:26+00:00January 9th, 2020|Fashion|. Here you can browse upmarket brands such as Hobbs, Mint Velvet, Le Creuset and Whistles in a continental café setting; you might also be intrigued by Artique, an art gallery with a consultancy service. Stroll from here across the bridge over the Thames and you’ll come to Eton High Street, leading towards the famous Eton College – you can’t miss the pupils in their chalk-stripe trousers, tailcoats and wing-collared shirts. Shops in Windsor along the High Street, Thames Street and the 17th-century Windsor Guildhall enjoy a scenic location beneath the Castle, and specialist shops entice visitors with local jewellery and woollens, as well as royal regalia in the form of souvenirs. Step into style with stunning collections from our fashion retailers including Jigsaw, Hobbs and French Connection. To find out more about Windsor Royal Station’s wide range of shopping and dining, please visit our store pages. And if you’re on the foodie trail, head to Windsor Farmers' Market on St Leonard’s Road (first Saturday of the month). Peascod Street, the car-free road that runs down the hill directly opposite Windsor Castle, has more high-quality high-street brands including Superdry and Barbour. When you have shopped until you can drop, take time to enjoy delicious food at one of our many restaurants including Bill’s and Café Rouge. This service is currently free. Stay Connected Join the Windsor Crossing newsletter and be the first to know about sales, contests, and coupons. Shopping is one of the top reasons to come to the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. Error: API requests are being delayed for this account. 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If a lighter bite is what you need you can also treat yourself to delicious cakes, hot drinks and more from one of our cafès including Cinnamon Cafè and Caffè Nero. Pamper yourself with our tremendous health and beauty retailers such as Space NK Apothecary and Molton Brown. This includes introducing an enhanced schedule of cleaning and sanitising of public spaces, social distancing and directional signage and safe access for shoppers. To provide you with the best experience, cookies are used on this site. Last but not least, you can also check out our 'What's On' page to get a list of events and shows (such as the world-famous Royal Ascot or Royal Windsor Horse Show) that are on whilst you are here. Here you’ll find a part of Windsor that champions the independent retailer and you'll discover cosy cafes, original homeware shops and great food and wine, with a bit of fashion thrown in for good measure. You can browse stalls selling seasonal fruit and veg, as well as meat, fish, game and specialist breads and cakes. Keen gardeners will be drawn to the outdoor plant area with plants lovingly nurtured in The Savill Garden itself, and you’ll find gifts, books and maps, bespoke stationery and Windsor Great Park preserves. ☀️ S, Wishing you a happy and safe Father's Day from @wi, Colouring is no longer just for children; putting, Looking for some summer reading inspiration? Lower Peascod Street and St Leonard’s Road are where Windsorians love to shop. To reduce social contact, the government has ordered certain businesses and venues in England to close. Head for a long-stay car park where a day’s parking is more economical. To get you started, we recommend you check out our accommodation pages which have more information on our wide range of quality hotels, bed and breakfasts and self catering properties.