The views from the Lodge are superb, across some of the finest parkland in the country. Our staff can suggest local walks of various lengths to see historic monuments such as an obelisk commemorating the Duke of Cumberland's victory at Culloden, the equestrian statue of George III, the only equestrian statue in the country of the present Queen, and of course Windsor Castle itself.
The main Lodge has a number of rooms which lend themselves to discussions and social gatherings.
The Amy Buller Library seats 22 board-room style, providing a stately setting for discussions and meetings.
For social events at the Lodge there is a large Drawing Room containing a grand piano and many handsome portraits. Hung with royal pictures, the nearby Sitting Room contains the only television in the Lodge, in an effort to foster creativity and collaboration.
The Tapestry Hall is hung with late seventeenth-century pastoral tapestries, with a fine Gothic doorway providing an unparalleled view of the expansive garden.
The Lodge has its own tennis court. In the summer croquet and boules are popular. In the basement is a gym, as well as table tennis and snooker facilities. Board games are available.
The Lodge is fully licensed and discos and parties can be held by arrangement.