Soak up the Great British pomp of Eton

Along with its Thames-side bigger brother, Windsor, Eton is a great example of beautiful, historical Britain, with all its pomp and ceremony. Although quieter than Windsor, it is still awash with culture. The high street, which features antique shops and art galleries, was once used as part of royal processions from Westminster to Windsor. And of course, it is home to the legendary Eton College, possibly the most famous public school in the world, where many royals, future prime ministers and celebrities were educated. Schoolboys can be seen wandering the high street in their traditional formal tailcoats.

A visit to the big smoke

London is just over an hour away from Eton by car, so if you fancy the hustle and bustle of city life, why not visit the capital? As one of the most famed tourist spots in the world, your only problem will be fitting it all in. Bars, restaurants, arts, culture, history - London has it all.

Make time for Windsor Castle and Legoland

You can't miss Windsor Castle if you're in Eton - literally, as it's imposing figure is so close by, so why not visit one of the Queen's official residences. Lovers of LEGO simply must spend a day at LEGOLAND, too. Planning a trip to Eton? Travelodge Windsor Central hotel is right across the bridge. If you're travelling in from further afield, Travelodge Slough hotel is a mile and a half away, and Travelodge Langley hotel is under 3 miles from Eton.