Our Story - About The Belvedere Arms

A little about The Belvedere Arms

This premium pub, bar, and restaurant is ideally located on the edge of Virginia Water and Great Windsor Park.

Serving up a delicious selection of starters, mains, sharing platters, desserts and light bites, every day of the week, our superbly talented chefs always go above and beyond to ensure that even the toughest food critics are notably impressed.

A great destination for a celebratory three course meal, drinks with friends, or a light bite to re-fuel after exploring the nearby rolling countryside, this family friendly establishment is sure to satisfy all of your dining requirements, no matter what the occasion.

We are also a child friendly pub - so please feel free to bring your little ones along for some family fun!

If you’re driving, there’s also plenty of car parking available on site.

A little about The Belvedere Arms
Relax at The Belvedere Arms

Perfect for any occasion

Located in the village of Sunninghill in Berkshire, just 12 miles from Heathrow Airport and 26 miles from Central London, The Belvedere Arms is well connected and easily accessible.

If you’re travelling by car, junction 3 of the M3 motorway and the A30 road are both within one mile of Sunninghill, at Lightwater. M25 London Orbital motorway junctions 3 at Staines and 11 at Chertsey are both 7 miles away.

Alternatively, if you’re travelling by train, the nearest railway stations are located at Ascot and Sunningdale on the London Waterloo to Reading line.

Join us and enjoy our magnificent interiors and a fabulous outdoor dining space that’s perfect for alfresco dining.

Keeping Busy in Sunninghill

Just outside Ascot, one of the UK’s most iconic horse racing locations, The Belvedere Arms offers the perfect spot to sit back, relax, and soak up the atmosphere on race day or enjoy a much need pint after the excitement of a day at the races.

The town of Windsor is just a short journey away. This beautiful, unique, and historic destination offers a wide range of things to do, great shopping facilities, and plenty of places to relax and unwind.

Of course, the most iconic attraction in the area is Windsor Castle – the largest and oldest inhabited castle in the world and the Queen’s favourite weekend home. Once you’ve enjoyed the regal spectacle of the Changing of the Guards, make sure you call into The Belvedere Arms for a refreshing drink and a bite to eat.

Other attractions in the area include Legoland Windsor Resort, Dorney Court, St George’s Chapel, Frogmore House, and Maidenhead to name but a few.

A little about The Belvedere Arms