Claremont House
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 Claremont House, 70-72 Alma Road, Windsor, Berkshire, Tel. 01753 867030
About Windsor
Get a feel for working in Windsor
Windsor is a popular destination town and location of Windsor Castle, one of the official residences of the British royal family. Windsor is first mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. The name originates from old English Windles-ore, or 'winch by the riverside', a royal settlement, now called Old Windsor, located about 3 miles (5 km) from the modern town. Windsor Castle was originally built by William the Conqueror in the decade after the Norman conquest of 1066,] a timber motte and bailey structure in the manor of Clewer. It was noted in the Domesday Book as 'Windsor Castle'. The castle was originally established by King William I of England but has been substantially altered and added to over the centuries.
Most of the current town's streets date from the mid to late 19th century. However the main street, Peascod Street (pronounced Pes-cod Street) is very ancient, predating the castle by many years. It formed part of the 10th century parish structure in east Berkshire and in comparison, the 1000 year old royal castle, although the largest and longest occupied in Europe, is a recent development. "New Windsor" was officially renamed "Windsor" in 1974.
New Windsor was a nationally significant town in the Middle Ages, certainly one of the fifty wealthiest towns in the country by 1332. Its prosperity came from its close association with the royal household. The repeated investment in the castle brought London merchants (goldsmiths, vintners, spicers and mercers) to the town and provided much employment for townsmen. The development of the castle under Edward III (1350–68), for example, was the largest secular building project in England of the Middle Ages, and many Windsor people worked in the castle on this building project. Henry III, a hundred years earlier, had spent more on Windsor Castle than on any other royal building project, save the rebuilding of Westminster Abbey.
As a result of the royal residence Windsor has facilities usually found in larger towns: two railway stations (Windsor & Eton Central Station and Windsor & Eton Riverside Station), a theatre and several substantial hotels.
Windsor is linked to the town of Eton (which is situated on the opposite bank of the River Thames) by Windsor Bridge. Originally a fully trafficked road bridge, Windsor Bridge is now for pedestrians and cyclists only and provides an excellent walking route from Windsor to Eton's High Street. To the south of the town lies Windsor Great Park and the towns of Old Windsor, Egham and Virginia Water.
Windsor is particularly well served when it comes to shops. As a tourist town there is a wide selection of gift shops around the castle, together with stylish shops and restaurants in Windsor Royal Station. The main shopping street, Peascod Street, includes as an independent department store, Daniels, noted for its large toy department, as well as national chains such as Marks & Spencer and Boots. King Edward Court, a pedestrian-only shopping centre, has a Waitrose supermarket alongside other stores including H&M.
Close to Heathrow, London and the M4 Corridor and a stroll from the Town Centre.

Claremont House is perfectly located for your business - close to the M4, Heathrow Airport, London and the Thames Valley and just a short stroll from the immediate vicinity of Windsor Town Centre.

This means that the offices are easy to get to and a pleasure to work at. Our Address Claremont House, 70-72 Alma Road, Windsor, SL4 3EZ



Claremont House
Serviced Offices & Business Centre
70-72 Alma Road, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 3EZ
Telephone: 01753 867030
Fax: 01753 830855

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