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Pub & Restaurant

The Windsor Hotel is unapologetically British and Irish with cosy London feels that has welcomed generations of locals and travellers through its doors, providing the perfect escape for the after-work drink or catch up.


The Windsor is in the heart of Miles, a friendly rural township just a shade under
four hours drive west of Brisbane. We’re on the crossroads of the Warrego and Leichardt Highways making the Windsor an easily accessible gastropub, proud to be part of the fabric of the Miles region.



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We serve seasonal modern
Australian food including one of the best rack of ribs.


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With a varied selection of wines and the best range of craft beers west of Brisbane.




Stay overnight in one of our  budget, ensuite rooms. We offer quality, value and comfort.


Get in touch

The Windsor is a popular destination every day of the week.
With a convenient location on the Warrego highway in the heart of Miles, great bar and dining and fantastic function spaces, our team can create everything from intimate celebrations, business lunches to large scale events and experiences to ensure a memorable event every visit. 

Visit Miles

Miles is a vibrant rural township with an active arts and cultural community; an ideal stopping place for travellers to explore a region rich in history and natural attractions

(and with our many petrol stations, the cheapest fuel on the Warrego!)

Great coffee can be had in the relaxing outdoor garden of the Miles Creek Cafe, directly opposite the Windsor Hotel behind the Old Bank Building.

Miles is home to one of Queensland's best tourist attractions you've never heard of -

the Miles Historical Village - it's seriously worth a visit and if they're not busy, ask for a tour. 

Home to a 500 year old bible and significant wartime memorabilia, it's one of the finest historical villages in Australia. The history of the district comes to life in a remarkable streetscape of authentic and replica buildings from the pioneering era.


Art appreciators should make a stop at Dogwood Crossing,

the cultural hub of our community - exhibitions change regularly. 

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