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Directions and travel advice for visiting Cumberland Lodge, Windsor
Map of how to find Cumberland Lodge in Windsor Great Park

Cumberland Lodge, The Great Park, Windsor, SL4 2HP

If you are planning on driving to Cumberland Lodge, we advise that you set your directions to either the Bishop's Gate (TW20 0XU) or the Ranger's Gate (SL4 2JA), as directions within The Great Park can be unreliable.

Cumberland Lodge is easily accessible and well located for national or international meetings. You can download travel directions from this webpage (below).

We are located in Windsor Great Park, close to the Bishop's Gate entrance in Englefield Green and a short taxi ride from Egham train station on the London Waterloo to Reading line. You can also take a 20 minute taxi to Slough for a direct train to London Paddington.

When entering Windsor Great Park through the Bishop's Gate entrance, drive close to the gates and they should open automatically.

We are just 27 miles from central London, 20 minutes from Heathrow Airport, close to Gatwick Airport and 15 minutes from regular train services to London Waterloo, Paddington and Reading. We are also 15 minutes from the M25, M4 and M3 motorways.

There is ample free parking at the front of the main Lodge, including spaces reserved for Blue Badge holders by the front door, and a smaller number of spaces outside The Mews Conference Centre. Unfortunately, we cannot currently offer EV charging facilities. 

For further advice on how to find us, please contact our Meetings & Events team on 01784 432316 or email enquiries@cumberlandlodge.ac.uk. We are always happy to help.

Bookings

We are well-equipped for residential and non-residential conferences, meetings and special events. All bookings support our charitable work, empowering people, through dialogue and debate, to tackle the causes and effects of social division. Find out more here.

Our surroundings

Cumberland Lodge is situated in the heart of Windsor Great Park, an ancient royal hunting forest and part of the Crown Estate. The park is ideal for walking, running/jogging and cycling. Highlights of the Great Park include The Savill Garden, Virginia Water, Guards Polo Club, The Long Walk with its magnificent views of Windsor Castle, and the Copper Horse statue.

Local attractions outside the Great Park, but in close proximity, include Windsor Castle, the River Thames, and the Magna Carta and Kennedy memorials at Runnymede. Find out more here.

The Cow Pond, Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park