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Windsor Castle Pub in Marylebone to close

Windsor Castle Pub in Marylebone to close

We have been reliably informed that the Windsor Castle Pub in Crawford Place, Marylebone is to close on the 16th of this month. This is the second pub to close in the area in the past 2 months. The Duke of Wellington closed its doors last month. We are not aware at this time of the reasons for the closure, but many Marylebone residents in the North West of Marylebone, will miss the "quirky" Windsor Castle.

UPDATE: We have now heard that the reason for the closure is that the lease had run down and the property has been acquired by a Saudi based property company who intend to turn the property into Luxury Flats

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Guest - Teebs on Saturday, 20 August 2016 03:06

This is awful news. I for one will be objecting to any application made to Westminster Council for change of use. Can we please rely on the Marylebone association to support this move, and to similarly object to the change of use application that will surely be pending any time now?

This is awful news. I for one will be objecting to any application made to Westminster Council for change of use. Can we please rely on the Marylebone association to support this move, and to similarly object to the change of use application that will surely be pending any time now?
Guest - Mark Pittaway on Sunday, 21 August 2016 17:23
Windsor Pub Closure - Asset of Community Value

Is anyone setting up a website or links where we can object and apply for a refusal or conditions on the planning application to reinstate the pub?
There are very few pubs in the area with such an atmosphere and where you can get a reasonable price meal. The pub was normally very busy in the evenings and clearly the business was financially viable.

Is anyone setting up a website or links where we can object and apply for a refusal or conditions on the planning application to reinstate the pub? There are very few pubs in the area with such an atmosphere and where you can get a reasonable price meal. The pub was normally very busy in the evenings and clearly the business was financially viable.
Guest - HKB on Thursday, 13 October 2016 18:23
Sad news!

We are a group of thirsty norwegians that will miss this pub a lot. Unique atmosphere!

We are a group of thirsty norwegians that will miss this pub a lot. Unique atmosphere!
Guest - P on Wednesday, 22 March 2017 14:51

I am very upset about this too. I live right next door to the Windsor Castle and felt that pub made the area safer.
A unique pub with character that should stay!

I am very upset about this too. I live right next door to the Windsor Castle and felt that pub made the area safer. A unique pub with character that should stay!
Guest - Paul on Tuesday, 04 April 2017 17:36
very sad

Any news on what is happening? I've worked in the area for 25 years and spent many happy nights in the Windsor

Any news on what is happening? I've worked in the area for 25 years and spent many happy nights in the Windsor
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