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The Palmer Arms

Village Road Dorney Windsor SL4 6QW 01628 666 612

We say

A couple of miles of cow-grazed common away from Eton, and just over the Bucks border, lies the Miss Marple-ish village of Dorney, with the Palmer Arms at its heart. Spacious and friendly, it’s a good base for a stroll along the Thames, or round the Eton-funded 2012 Olympic rowing lake. Gastropub staples are served with a dash of flair (duck leg strudel with rhubarb & ginger sauce); Sunday lunches can be packed. When the sun’s out, the lovely beer garden, with its parasols and palm trees, can absorb hundreds – and there's a screened-off children's play area at the far end to keep the little'uns entertained. Parking on site.

You say Average Rating ★★★★★

Fabulous Eatery ★★★★★

The whole family loves this restaurant. Friendly small team with a good menu, adapted for children. Great play area for kids at end of garden. Good pub food and atmosphere! The only thing you need to do is book early as it can get very busy at the weekends.

The Palmer Arms reviewed by on April 13th, 2013

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How much?

Mains £7.95–17.95

Facilities

  • Children's Menu
  • Outdoor Seating

Looking for...

  • Countryside
  • Family-Friendly

When?

Mon–Sat 11am–11pm, Sun noon–10.30pm; food served Mon–Sat noon–10pm & Sunday noon– 8pm

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