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Shop hours are usually 9-5:30 Monday to Saturday. Many stores also open on Sunday - large stores can only open for 6 hours, usually around 10:30-4:30. Smaller stores set their own hours.


Windsor Royal Station

Located opposite the castle, Windsor Royal Station is a relatively recent addition to Windsor's shopping scene. The development is aimed at the fashion-conscious visitor but there are also numerous places to eat and drink (see next page).

Shops include DAKS, Droopy & Brown's, East, French Connection, Hobbs, Jackpot & Cottonfield, Jaeger, Patsy Seddon, Ronit Zikha, Storm and Viyella. There are also a number of stores selling fashionable accessories and items for the home.


Peascod Street

Peascod Street is Windsor's main shopping street. Most common chain stores are represented here, such as Marks & Spencer, Boots & Woolworth. There are two fine bookstores where, in addition to a full range of popular books, you can buy maps, guidebooks and books about Royalty, Windsor & the surrounding area.


Department stores

Caley's, High St (opposite the Guildhall). Caley's is part of the John Lewis chain.

Daniel, Peascod Street (don't forget the locals pronounce it Pesscod Street!). Daniel is a family owned department store which has a restaurant and a French coffee shop.


The National Trust shop. The Trust is a charity that owns and operates many historic buildings - including stately homes & castles. Wide range of good quality souvenirs, glassware and books about National trust properties.

The Edinburgh Woolen Mill

Places to eat

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