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The George, Eton - pub details

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Address: 77, High St, Eton, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 6AF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4921) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Windsor & Eton Riverside (0.2 miles), Windsor & Eton Central (0.3 miles), Datchet (1.4 miles)

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I stayed here and the rooms were clean and comfortable BUT rooms to the front beware as there is an 'unofficial' taxi rank outside where at the weekend there is high brow riff raff on the streets shouting and carrying on until the wee hours. Apparently it's £5 cheaper to get cab Eton side of the Thames - hence the taxi rank. The place itself though is OK and suprised to read comments about ale as the Windsor & Eton Brewery ale I had was excellent BUT £4 pint! There was also a beer fest due (local ales) the following day.
kernott1 - 9 Apr 2015 18:22
Group of 4 visited The George Inn, last weekend. We had three glasses of Garter from Windsor & Eton brewery, all tasted of vinegar/acidic. Barman took a taste and declared that the ale was good. We left the beer and the expensive pub. Will stick to the Carpenters in future, where they know how to look after beer.
DaveQC - 20 Jul 2014 18:49
Now the "Prince George". To paraphrase BinBagBob, this is a restaurant that doesn't even bother to serve beer, despite billing itself as an Inn.
ThamesSkipper - 19 Jan 2014 17:16
An average looking pub, but in a great located just a short stroll from the footbridge that links Eton and Windsor.
It has one large room, with an almost 'pretend authentic' look, with two real ales on the bar, including Guardsman from the Windsor and Eton brewery. It also had a large rear yard which, whilst not having a view of the nearby river, was a nice place to sit for an hour.
The bar staff were very friendly and extremely professional. We tried the food and the swordfish was the best I have ever had, it was superb.
The drawback to the pub had to be the price - £4.10 per pint, which would put me off returning in a hurry.
SouthYorkshireman - 28 Aug 2013 23:53
Traditional looking boozer inside and out and one that I was looking forward to visiting after a busy day out in Windsor. The pub itself was very quiet, 2 or 3 student types chatting to the equally student looking barman. I had a pint of Huntsmans Best while my partner had a pint of lager and lime. Then came the price! 8 pounds and 10p!
When will these pubs learn. If they had charged a reasonable amount, maybe 6 pounds 10p, then I would have quite happily spent the rest of the afternoon in there. As it was I couldnt wait to get out and felt annoyed with myself for paying these exorbitant prices.
Went to Weatherspoons and had a full rack of ribs with a pint of John Smiths for 8.25. Nuff said.

beernotfood - 17 Apr 2013 10:24

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