Tel: +44 (0)1753 866823 
Windsor, United Kingdom 

Directions to Park Farm 

Directions from M4 
 
Exit M4 junction 6 towards Windsor 
Follow the dual carriage (A332) to the end 
At the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Imperial Road (B3173) towards Ascot and Bracknell 
At the end of Imperial Road turn right onto St Leonards Road (B3022) 
Park Farm is 50 metres along on the left hand side. Look out for the sign and arch way 
(Opposite is small shop and the Prince Albert Pub) 
 
Directions from the M3 
 
Exit M3 at junction 3 and follow the signs to Legoland 
Drive past Legoland which will be on your left hand side. 
A mile along you will approach a set of traffic lights. Park Farm is immediately after the lights on the right hand side (look out for the sign and arch way!) 
 
Please note! 
Park Farm does not have a number. The post code is unique to our property and the GPS “should” bring you straight to us! 
It has come to our attention that some GPS systems struggle to find us. If this is you, try the following: 
1. Use the street number 494 St Leonards Road (property on the opposite side of the road to us!) 
2. Try 1 Winkfield Road SL4 4BA (property to the left of us!) 
3. Call us and we can direct you in! Tel +44 (0) 1753 866823 

Geospatial Data 

Latitude 
51.470579 
Longitude 
-0.629411 
Easting 
495294 
Northing 
175514 
Grid Reference 
SU952755 
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Travelling around Windsor 

By bus and coach 

Travelling to and around Windsor is relatively easy using public transport. From London the Green line coach station, which is located behind the London Victoria Train Station will bring you to Windsor. There are various stops and boarding points on the journey including Hyde Park Corner, Kensington High Street and Olympia. Visit http://www.rainbowfares.com/maps/index.htm for more information. 
 
First Bus Service (route 77) runs between Heathrow Central Bus Station and Windsor. 
 
Monday – Saturday the service runs twice hourly until late, on Sundays the service runs once an hour. The journey takes around 40 minutes. 
 
The bus station is located directly above the Underground station at Heathrow Central. 
 
A bus service runs from Windsor to Legoland during the park’s opening hours. The bus operates every 30 minutes and leaves from The High Street opposite the Parish Buses to local towns are operated by Beeline buses. Telephone 01753 524144 or contact the Royal Windsor Information Centre. Long distance coaches travel from London Victoria and Heathrow Airport to most major UK cities. For details and booking, contact the Royal Windsor Information Centre 
 

By train 

Windsor has excellent rail connections and has two stations, both centrally-located and recently renovated. Up-to-date train timetables can be found on Railtrack’s website. You can also call the national rail enquiries 24-hour phone line on 0845 484950. 
 
Windsor Central Station is located just opposite the Castle. Trains from this station connect with the mainline station at Slough, a few minutes journey. At Slough you can change for London Paddington or travel west towards Reading and Bristol. There is also a direct link to Oxford from Slough station. This is the fastest way to get from Windsor to London, although you will need to take a short underground journey from Paddington if you are travelling on into central London. Windsor and Eton Riverside Station is located at the bottom of the hill below the castle. Trains from this station travel directly to London Waterloo roughly ten to the hour and twenty past the hour, a journey of approximately 55 minutes. Eurostar services to and from Paris, Brussels and Lille arrive and depart from Waterloo.