Colnbrook village in Berkshire is home to one of Britain's oldest pubs. The Ostrich was founded in 1106, at the time when Henry I was king of England.
The pub that later became an inn was originally called 'The Hospice', but history changed its name and fame.
The historic building stands opposite the 17th mile stone from London, and it's neighboring the country's busiest airport, Heathrow.
The Ostrich Inn was on the main transport artery between London and Bath. England's third oldest inn served as a resting point for people and their horses.