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The Carpenters Arms, Windsor - pub details

Carpenters Arms
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Address: 4 Market Street, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 1PB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6783) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Windsor & Eton Central (0.1 miles), Windsor & Eton Riverside (0.3 miles), Datchet (1.3 miles)

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Good range of ales and excellent food. Given the location right opposite the castle this place was surprisingly quiet on a day when there were lots of tourists around - perhaps this isn't their kind of place but it certainly was ours!
Trev - 4 Aug 2017 19:33
Choice of ale isn't amazing but not overly expensive nor overly crowded. Nice location and friendly staff. I like coming here and regularly do so. Would recommend.
WindsorDrinker - 24 Sep 2016 03:30
I've often thought that the Carpenters Arms is the best pub in Windsor. So I suggested it for our office Christmas meal and it was chosen. It is a Nicholsons pub hidden away in an alleyway near the Castle and the Guildhall. The alleyway is on the beaten path for tourists. But it is also popular with the local trade, making it a popular place. 8 ales were on - Fullers London Pride, Wadworth 6X, St Austell Nicholson's Pale Ale, Trumans Yule Star & Three Wise Hops, Cotleigh Uncle Sam, Roosters Fort Smith & Sharps Doom Bar. I had a couple of pints of the Yule Star which was fine. The meal itself was not the best quality. But it still represented good value and there was plenty of it. Staff were friendly and our party seemed satisfied. Still a good pub.
blue_scrumpy - 11 Dec 2015 20:41
it's behind the 'crazy house' on the High St. It's okay, does a few reasonable ales but not somewhere I'd rave about.
Snarling_Mallard - 23 Aug 2015 19:53
A Nicholson’s pub which is just a stone's throw from the castle & was pub number 2 of the day.

An older style pub that is carpeted throughout. 3 split levels to the rear of the pub and apparently the lower level has an now unused tunnel that runs into the Castle!

Masonic symbols on the windows are interesting and well preserved, there’s also several other original features including a corner fireplace.

Ale wise there are 8 hand pumps that offered a mix of pale ale and stouts. I opted for a pint of Alchemy Starlaw @ 3.5%...a decent pint & more than drinkable.

It was around 12.30pm and was already pretty busy inside.

A decent enough pub for a pint, not too expensive or touristy on my visit.
lezford - 1 Jun 2015 16:16

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