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Group Bookings for Tours and Private Parties at Sel et Sucre in Windsor

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Tour Groups

We can cater for both large and small parties of visitors offering catering solutions to tour operators. We understand that each company has its own food requirement and budget as you deal with different nationalities and age groups, and so we design individual menus to meet your specific requirements. We also offer various incentives to tour operators (such as a free meal for the tour guides and coach drivers) for group bookings.

Our friendly and helpful staff will make your visitors welcome and ensure that their trip is complimented with a memorable meal at our wonderful and historic location. Our menu of freshly prepared dishes is sure to please your clients and leave them with happy memories of their trip.

For further information and booking enquiries, please contact us.

01753 424994

eat@seletsucre.co.uk

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We also adore our building because it’s bursting with history. It’s a Listed building on historic Church Street and was formerly Ye Olde King’s Head – the oldest inn in Windsor, which was opened in 1525 during the reign of King Henry VIII! One of the most incredible things about the building is the plaque above the window that records the 1648 warrant for King Charles I’s execution. William Shakespeare is also said to have stayed at Ye Olde King’s Head (now Sel Et Sucre) when he was writing The Merry Wives of Windsor! How amazing is that?

Just a few doors along from us is Burford House, which is where King Charles II is thought to have housed his favourite mistress, Nell Gwyn. And, if you go a few streets further, you’ll find Queen Charlotte Street, which, at just under 52 feet, is the shortest street in Britain.

So, with all this culture, you can see why we chose Windsor for our location. Where better for a princess-pink cottagey café than down a medieval cobbled street opposite a castle?

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