|The Fox and Hounds, ample outdoor seating|
I've been to the Fox and Hounds a few times and it is a must do day out for anyone on the west side of London who fancies a walk in the Royal Park and a visit to Savill Gardens. Even then the restaurant itself has enough merit to warrant a day trip out there alone but for me, I recommend staying close by at the Savill Court Hotel & Spa because it is very likely that you will end up wanting to stay and enjoy a few beverages, it's an easy walk down the road to the hotel - which is five minutes away, and there is a Spa to enjoy also. I would suggest, however, to do a mid week stay as the Hotel is popular with wedding parties in the weekends esp. during the summer months - the normally tranquil spa gets overrun by excited bridal parties donning slippers and gowns.
|The Fox and Hounds, Horse Feed and Facilities|
You might find a distinct difference when you venture out of London to a place like Fox & Hounds or any of the pubs in this part of Windsor. You'll have a more relaxed time with a real sense of community. This is partly because the staff are usually local people who share a genuine friendliness. In addition to this, it is Polo Country, so you may find yourself dining alongside a South American polo player between the months of April to September. The Fox and Hounds is not only dog friendly, whether they intended or not, they are also horse friendly! It is not unusual for folk to literally (I use 'literally' as its original meaning) arrive on their horses, so the pub has provided an area especially for horses to be tied up, watered and feed - you see the carrots above are for the horses and loose hay feed is provided in the black baskets mounted to the wall.
Table 409 at The Fox and Hounds, Condiments for All
|Lunch time Fish and Chips, The Fox and Hounds|
|Burger and Chips, Salmon Sandwich with Red Cabbage Coleslaw|
|Crispy Squid had soft texture|
|Bar area and front seating, Fox and Hounds - Surrey|