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The Duke Nick & Annie welcome you to the Duke of Edinburgh at Woodside, a traditional family run business. Here at the Duke of Edinburgh we pride ourselves in offering the highest quality of service in a welcoming and friendly atmosphere. We offer the very best in both a-la-Carte and Bar menu food, with Chef specials offered nightly. Sample our wonderful fayre and accompany your meal with choices of fine wines. We are located just off the Windsor Road in the hamlet of Woodside, just half a mile from Ascot Racecourse. There is ample parking available, and we have a nice garden too. The pub is over 200 years-old and has low beams, giving a cosy atmosphere. The pub was recently completely refurbished,…
We visited the DofE as a party of friends and family for a birthday celebration lunch.
Catering for 16 people all expecting to be served at the same time cannot be easy but the DofE staff achieved this.
One of our party was wheelchair bound...More
Dropped in for a meal on the off-chance following a matinee visit to the cinema that day. Very welcoming as always. Pleasant and helpful staff, cosy ambience and good pub food. We enjoyed the Whitebait and the Duck Pate starters, followed by the Haggis, Neeps...More
We have visited the D of E many times over several years and found it a very good value pub/restaurant. However, all this seems to have changed for the worse!
On the friday before Christmas we booked a table for 1pm and arrived on the...More
This is what you want to see when you think of an old English pub. Great atmosphere, friendly people, warm decor and great food. Booked dinner for two and as soon as we walked in we knew it was a good choice. We were welcomed...More
Been coming here since the 1980s. It had a very good reputation and has had only one change of management during these thirty odd years: they maintained the standard and kicked on from there. Good hearty, well cooked meals whatever you order from the bar...More
I reserved the day before for a large group for a prize giving of a longbow shoot.
We were very well received in a very interesting well decorated traditional pub.
Every archers left with a big smile on their faces !
Enjoyed another delicious Sunday lunch (this time with our family...ranging from 19-91 years) 3 weeks ago. Have been coming to this pub on and off for very many years and the food has always been good. The staff are always pleasant and helpful, and the...More