Colnbrook is a small town in western London. Together with the village Poyle she forms the parish Colnbrook with Poyle in the district Slough in Berkshire, England. The place was located on the main road from London to Bath a few miles from Windsor and was so set since its creation on foreign visitors. One of England's oldest inns is located in Colnbrook. Today, the immediate vicinity of London Heathrow Airport shapes the location. The London M25 motorway ring road bounds the village to the east, the M4 motorway to the west of England bounds it to the north. In the resort are some hotels, many apartments, as well as many car rentals and long-term parking. Several of Heathrow's expansion plans in recent years have destroyed parts of the village in their implementation as new runways and terminals have been built in the municipality. In Colnbrook, the Cox-Orange apple was bred in the early 19th century, becoming the most popular apple variety in the United Kingdom for several decades.