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The Waterside Inn Restaurant - classic French cuisine on the River Thames

Situated by the River Thames at Bray in Berkshire, The Waterside Restaurant continues the Roux brothers' winning restaurant ways following the success of Le Gavroche. Now run by Michel Roux's son, Alain, the three-star Michelin establishment isn't flashy or pretentious - but the menu of ever-popular French dishes will leave you wanting more, and the quaint surroundings of the 16th-century village will make a visit there a night to remember.

Have a picnic at Braywick Nature Reserve

If you fancy a picnic before you dine out in the evening at the Waterside Inn Restaurant, Braywick Nature Reserve is less than half a mile away. The reserve is all about raising awareness of the beautiful rural surroundings, with guided walks and talks, as well as exhibitions and displays on the local history and wildlife of the area.

Step foot inside the grand walls of Windsor Castle

Only ten minutes away by car, WIndsor Castle is a must-see for anyone visiting the area. Built in the 11th century, it is still used by Queen Elizabeth II and is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world. Guided tours take you through the illustrious history of the great building, incuding St George's Chapel and Queen Mary's Dolls House.

Planning a trip to the Waterside Inn Restaurant? Travelodge Maidenhead Central Hotel is only 9 minutes away by car. Travelodge Windsor Central Hotel is also under 15 minutes away.