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Wed 03 May 2017

Discover Ascot Raceday

Enjoy the first day of the Flat season at the world’s most famous racecourse. As part of the commitment to introducing new audiences to the sport there is no cost for Queen Anne Enclosure (formerly Grandstand Admission) on this day and Kind Edward VII Enclosure is only £13 in advance.

For racing enthusiasts, this is the curtain raiser for the Flat season. Featured is the £60,000 Group 3 Longines Sagaro Stakes, one of the most important trial races for The Gold Cup, which takes place on the third day of Royal Ascot.

Fri 12 May 2017

May Racenight

Ascot’s May Racenight offers the perfect opportunity to get together with friends, family or colleagues. The evening consists of six competitive races over distances from five furlongs to two miles.

Be there for Ascot's only evening meeting of the year, where you can expect great entertainment, live music and much more.

Sat 13 May 2017

Victoria Cup Raceday

Today features The Totepool Victoria Cup, a seven-furlong sprint, which is often used as a launch pad to the Royal Hunt Cup at Royal Ascot. Also on the card is the Listed Carey Group Buckhounds Stakes.

Alongside a top-quality racecard there is plenty to keep racegoers busy off the track, including some great entertainment, live music

Mon 19 Jun 2017

Duel of the Jockeys Golf Day

Featured Event

On Monday 19th June Racing Breaks are teaming up with our partners at Your Golf Travel to host the "Duel of the Jockeys" Golf Day at The Berkshire Golf Club.

Two teams will battle it out on this prestigious golf course before enjoying an evening of entertainment with many famous faces from the racing world.

Below you will find a unique package which incorporates entry for a team of 4 to the golf day on Monday, overnight accommodation at the nearby Macdonald Berystede Hotel and Tickets to Royal Ascot on the opening day on Tuesday!

Tue 20 Jun 2017

Royal Ascot Tuesday

Featured Event

Day 1 of Royal Ascot 2017 begins with a scintillating hat trick of Group One races in the shape of The Queen Anne Stakes, The King's Stands Stakes and the St James's Palace Stakes.

The Queen Anne Stakes, won in recent years by the likes of Frankel, Goldikova and Solow, is the opening race on the card and always attracts the very best milers from around the globe.

Speed is the essence in the 5 furlong King's Stand Stakes in a race often targeted by the best Australian sprinters with Choisir, Takeover Targer, Miss Andretti and Scenic Blast winning the race since 2000. Sole Power will hopefully be back once again to try and win the race for a record 3rd time.

The final Group 1 on Tuesday is the St James's Palace Stakes over 1 mile which brings the best three-year-old colts to the Berkshire track.

Wed 21 Jun 2017

Royal Ascot Wednesday

Featured Event

Day 1 may be over but the Champagne and Pimms continues to flow as the second day of the Royal meeting gets underway with more high quality racing action.

The highlight and feature race of the second day is the Group 1 Prince of Wales’s Stakes. Established in 1862, it’s arguably the most important race of the Royal Meeting. Past winners include Rewilding, Byword, Manduro, and Ouija Board. Wednesday is the perfect day for groups of friends to enjoy the Royal Ascot experience at a slightly gentler pace.

Thu 22 Jun 2017

Ladies Day

Featured Event

Ladies' Day featuring the Ascot Gold Cup! Fabulous frocks and heavenly hats will undoubtedly be on display for Ladies' Day. Although the whole week at Royal Ascot is a fashion show like no other, it is Thursday when the designer creations and millinery masterpieces reach the greatest heights.

Thursday’s highlight and feature race is the Group 1 Gold Cup, a battle of stamina and determination over two miles and four furlongs. Memorably, the Queen's horse Estimate claimed victory in 2013 in one of the great finishes at the Berkshire track - the first time in the race's 207-year history that it has been won by a reigning monarch.

Fri 23 Jun 2017

Royal Ascot Friday

Featured Event

The great and the good of the British public descend upon Ascot Racecourse for the penultimate day of racing entertainment on the fourth day at Royal Ascot.

The feature race on Friday is the Coronation Stakes, which traditionally brings together the leading three-year-old fillies in Europe. Also on the card is the King Edward VII Stakes, which was formerly known as the ‘Ascot Derby’, as its conditions mirror those of the Epsom Classic.

Sat 24 Jun 2017

Royal Ascot Saturday

Featured Event

Traditionally Royal Ascot was limited to 4 days but was elevated in 2002 to 5 days to celebrate the Queen's Golden Jubilee.

Saturday is undoubtedly now the most popular day of the week in terms of attendances and the atmosphere and buzz around the track is unrivaled on the flat circuit. The Group 1 Diamond Jubilee stakes takes centre stage with it being the second British leg of the Global Sprint Challenge. It is also Britain’s joint most valuable sprint race, alongside the Darley July Cup at Newmarket.

Fri 14 Jul 2017

Property Raceday

Friday's 10th annual Property Raceday is a well-established fundraising occasion for the property industry in aid of children's charities. It's a relaxed and stylish day of Flat racing and to date has raised more than £1m for charities including LandAid, WellChild and Wherever the Need.

It's followed by the Summer Mile Raceday on Saturday featuring the Group 2, Fred Cowley MBE Memorial Summer Mile. Racegoers can look forward to an exciting seven race card combined with Champagne and picnics on Ascot's elegant lawns and a Family Enclosure for our younger visitors.

Sat 15 Jul 2017

Summer Mile Raceday

The Summer Mile Raceday on Saturday 15th July is the perfect opportunity to enjoy a relaxed, summer day out at the races.

Featuring the £110,000 Group 2 Fred Cowley MBE Memorial Summer Mile and the £100,000 Totepool Heritage Handicap you can look forward to an excellent afternoon of Flat racing.

Enjoy the Champagne bars and a picnic on Ascot's elegant lawns, while for younger visitors there will be plenty going on in the new Family Area on this day.

Fri 28 Jul 2017

King George VI Weekend

Featured Event

Enjoy a competitive six-race card, including the John Guest Brown Jack Stakes. This race commemorates the racing legend, who won at no less than seven different Royal Meetings. Also on the card is the Carraig Insurance EBF Stallions Valiant Stakes.

Sat 29 Jul 2017

King George VI Weekend

Featured Event

The King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes (sponsored by QIPCO) is the feature race and the European mid-season middle distance championship. Off-track a wonderful array of bars and sublime entertainment are available.

Sat 12 Aug 2017

Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup & Concert

Featured Event

Hugely popular, the world’s premier international jockey’s competition, sponsored by Dubai Duty Free, returns to Ascot for 2017 and will once again welcome riding talent from around the World.

Racing is followed by ever-popular Ascot Live - a free evening concert . King Edward VII Enclosure ticket holders enjoy priority access to the front section by the stage.

Fri 08 Sep 2017

Festival of Food & Wine

Featured Event

Combine food and wine from around the world with the finest Flat racing at Ascot’s Festival of Food and Wine Race Weekend.

More than 40 market stalls offer racegoers a unique day at Ascot Racecourse.

Sat 09 Sep 2017

Festival of Food & Wine

Featured Event

Combine food and wine from around the world with the finest Flat racing at Ascot’s Festival of Food and Wine Race Weekend.

More than 40 market stalls offer racegoers a unique day at Ascot Racecourse.

Fri 06 Oct 2017

Ascot Beer Festival

You can expect much more than just exciting Flat racing on the opening day of the Autumn Racing Weekend featuring the Ascot Beer Festival.

Alongside the Listed LondonMetric Noel Murless Stakes, which is run over a mile and six furlongs, you’ll be able to sip on an array of more than 280 real ales, ciders and perries.

The Beer Festival continues on Saturday alongside the running of the UK’s joint most valuable seven-furlong handicap, the Totescoop6 Challenge Cup.

Sat 07 Oct 2017

Ascot Beer Festival

The Totescoop6 Challenge Cup, the UK's joint most valuable seven-furlong handicap at £180,000, is the big betting race on a quality Flat card.

Away from the track Ascot’s annual CAMRA Beer Festival returns for its ninth year. With more than 280 real ales, ciders and perries to sample as well as traditional pub games, a quiz and live music, Ascot will transform into the ultimate local.

Also, new for 2016, the Ascot Bier Haus will open its doors to bring the Oktoberfest to Ascot.

Sat 21 Oct 2017

QIPCO British Champions Day 2017

Featured Event

Now in its seventh year, the QIPCO British Champions Day spoils ticket holders with an abundance of racing. As the finale of the European Flat Racing Season, the stakes are always high and the World’s finest horses and jockeys all contest for their crowning moment of glory. Amongst those competing at the end of season QIPCO British Champions Series are the Ten-furlong horses (The Champion Stakes), Milers (Queen Elizabeth II Stakes), Sprinters (six furlongs), Long Distances (two miles) and Fillies and Mares (one mile and four furlongs). French raider Almanzor won the QIPCO British Champion Stakes in what was widely described as the best day of racing in 2016. If you’re a racing enthusiast this is certainly not a day to miss!

Exclusive Packages

Make it an experience ...

One Night Windsor Package

Wed 21 Jun 2017 - Thu 22 Jun 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • Sir Christopher Wren Hotel and Spa
from
£229.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

Based in nearby Windsor this package is the perfect option for those looking to combine a day at the races with a nights accommodation in the historic market town on the banks of the Thames.

Package includes


  • 1 Nights' Accommodation at the Sir Christopher Wren Hotel and Spa in Windsor

  • Breakfast Thursday morning

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Tickets for Wednesday

Additional Information


About the Hotel

This upscale hotel in a cluster of historic buildings overlooking the River Thames is 2 minutes' walk from Windsor Castle and 7 miles from Ascot Racecourse. Rooms range from traditional to plush. All offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Some have river views and sitting areas. Upgraded rooms include original features such as original wooden beams and floorboards. Room service is offered. A fine-dining restaurant offers modern British cuisine and Sunday jazz. There's also a drawing room serving afternoon tea, and a bar with a riverside terrace. A health club features an exercise room, a sauna and a spa.

About the ticket

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

Optional Extras


Prices for any of the below can be given upon request:

  • Add an additional Night at the Hotel

  • Add Dinner at the Hotel

  • Add additional Raceday Tickets for another day of Royal Ascot

  • Add Private Transfer to Ascot Racecourse

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Ladies Day One Night Windsor Package

Thu 22 Jun 2017 - Fri 23 Jun 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • Sir Christopher Wren Hotel and Spa
from
£249.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

Based in nearby Windsor this package is the perfect option for those looking to combine a day at the races with a nights accommodation in the historic market town on the banks of the Thames.

Package includes


  • 1 Nights' Accommodation at the Sir Christopher Wren Hotel and Spa in Windsor

  • Breakfast Friday morning

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Tickets for Ladies Day (Thursday)

Additional Information


About the Hotel

This upscale hotel in a cluster of historic buildings overlooking the River Thames is 2 minutes' walk from Windsor Castle and 7 miles from Ascot Racecourse. Rooms range from traditional to plush. All offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Some have river views and sitting areas. Upgraded rooms include original features such as original wooden beams and floorboards. Room service is offered. A fine-dining restaurant offers modern British cuisine and Sunday jazz. There's also a drawing room serving afternoon tea, and a bar with a riverside terrace. A health club features an exercise room, a sauna and a spa.

About the ticket

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

Optional Extras


Prices for any of the below can be given upon request:

  • Add an additional Night at the Hotel

  • Add Dinner at the Hotel

  • Add additional Raceday Tickets for another day of Royal Ascot

  • Add Private Transfer to Ascot Racecourse

More information Hide information

One Night Windsor Package

Sat 24 Jun 2017 - Sun 25 Jun 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • Sir Christopher Wren Hotel and Spa
from
£239.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

Based in nearby Windsor this package is the perfect option for those looking to combine a day at the races with a nights accommodation in the historic market town on the banks of the Thames.

Package includes


  • 1 Nights' Accommodation at the Sir Christopher Wren Hotel and Spa in Windsor

  • Breakfast Sunday morning

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Tickets for Saturday

Additional Information


About the Hotel

This upscale hotel in a cluster of historic buildings overlooking the River Thames is 2 minutes' walk from Windsor Castle and 7 miles from Ascot Racecourse. Rooms range from traditional to plush. All offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Some have river views and sitting areas. Upgraded rooms include original features such as original wooden beams and floorboards. Room service is offered. A fine-dining restaurant offers modern British cuisine and Sunday jazz. There's also a drawing room serving afternoon tea, and a bar with a riverside terrace. A health club features an exercise room, a sauna and a spa.

About the ticket

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

Optional Extras


Prices for any of the below can be given upon request:

  • Add an additional Night at the Hotel

  • Add Dinner at the Hotel

  • Add additional Raceday Tickets for another day of Royal Ascot

  • Add Private Transfer to Ascot Racecourse

More information Hide information

One Night Ascot Package

Sat 24 Jun 2017 - Sun 25 Jun 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • Macdonald Berystede Hotel & Spa
from
£299.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

This great value package combines a One Night stay locally in Ascot at the fantastic Macdonald Berystede Hotel & Spa with Queen Anne Enclosure Tickets on Saturday.

The hotel is located just 1.7 miles from the course and runs a shuttle each day during Royal Ascot week.

Package includes


  • 1 Nights' Accommodation at The Macdonald Berystede Hotel & Spa (Executive Room)

  • Breakfast Sunday Morning

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Ticket on Saturday

  • Transfers via Shuttle Bus*

Additional Information


About the Hotel

In a Victorian building retaining some original features, this upscale hotel is 2.1 miles from Ascot Racecourse and 8 miles from Windsor Castle. Classic rooms come with free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, minibars, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Upgraded manor-house rooms offer period styling and features; some include 4-poster beds and some are in the house turrets. Suites add seating areas and walk-in wardrobes. There's a fine-dining restaurant, a bar, and a fireplace lounge offering afternoon tea. A spa offers indoor and outdoor pools, saunas and a fitness room. Other amenities include gardens, and spaces for meetings and banquets.

About the tickets

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

About the Transfers

During Royal Ascot week the hotel run a shuttle bus on a first-come, first-served basis each day (in 2016 this was priced at £7/person).

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The Runnymede on Thames One Night Package

Sat 12 Aug 2017 - Sun 13 Aug 2017

  • King Edward VII Enclosure
  • The Runnymede on Thames
from
£159.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

Ascot’s Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup Package offers up a feast of action for both the racing and music enthusiast, and the event has proven extremely popular year after year.

With that said this delightful package offers one nights accommodation in the Runnymede on Thames on the Saturday night and King Edward VII Enclosure tickets to The Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup and Concert on the Saturday.

Package includes


  • One nights accommodation in a double room at the Runnymede on Thames hotel.

  • Breakfast on the Sunday morning

  • King Edward VII Enclosure tickets for Saturday

Additional Information


About the Hotel

This modern hotel on the banks of the Thames River is 5 miles from Windsor Castle and 7.4 miles from Royal Ascot. The trendy rooms feature free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, tea and coffeemaking facilities and minibars. Duplex rooms provide a second bedroom and a separate entrance to the garden and riverbank. The hotel offers a choice of 3 restaurants serving either buffet meals, causal dining or lighter fare. Other amenities include both an indoor and outdoor pool, as well as a spa, a gym and tennis courts. There's also a business centre and 13 meeting rooms.

About the Enclosure

Ascot’s King Edward VII enclosure is the ideal place for the devoted racing enthusiasts to experience the excellence of Ascot. The exclusive fourth floor’s seated balconies overlook both the Parade Ring and track and are sure to provide unparalleled views, covering all the action of beforehand, the race itself and the aftermath. Fourth floor capacity has been reduced from 4,500 to 1,700, now providing guests with a more relaxed atmosphere and a guaranteed balcony seat with unsurpassed views of the racing. Whilst watching the breathtaking spectacle unfold, guests will be able to enjoy a wonderful selection of bars and dining options. And the benefits of staying at the King Edward IV enclosure don't stop after the racing is finished either… Guests attending the Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup will also have a priority period in which they can secure stage-side viewing of the music concert after the racing.

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The Runnymede on Thames One Night Package

Fri 28 Jul 2017 - Sat 29 Jul 2017

  • King Edward VII Enclosure
  • The Runnymede on Thames
from
£119.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

The King George VI Weekend celebrates the best of the British summer, and is one of Ascot’s most prestigious race meetings outside of the Royal Meeting.

With that said this delightful package offers one nights accommodation in the Runnymede on Thames on the Friday night and King Edward VII Enclosure tickets to King George VI on the Friday.

Package includes


  • One nights accommodation in a double room at the Runnymede on Thames hotel.

  • Breakfast on the Saturday morning

  • King Edward VII Enclosure tickets for Friday

Optional Extras


  • Add an extra nights accommodation on the Thursday night

  • Add a raceday ticket for the Saturday

Prices for extras available on request

Additional Information


About the Hotel

This modern hotel on the banks of the Thames River is 5 miles from Windsor Castle and 7.4 miles from Royal Ascot. The trendy rooms feature free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, tea and coffeemaking facilities and minibars. Duplex rooms provide a second bedroom and a separate entrance to the garden and riverbank. The hotel offers a choice of 3 restaurants serving either buffet meals, causal dining or lighter fare. Other amenities include both an indoor and outdoor pool, as well as a spa, a gym and tennis courts. There's also a business centre and 13 meeting rooms.

About the Enclosure

Ascot’s King Edward VII enclosure is the ideal place for the devoted racing enthusiasts to experience the excellence of Ascot. The exclusive fourth floor’s seated balconies overlook both the Parade Ring and track and are sure to provide unparalleled views, covering all the action of beforehand, the race itself and the aftermath. Fourth floor capacity has been reduced from 4,500 to 1,700, now providing guests with a more relaxed atmosphere and a guaranteed balcony seat with unsurpassed views of the racing. Whilst watching the breathtaking spectacle unfold, guests will be able to enjoy a wonderful selection of bars and dining options. And the benefits of staying at the King Edward IV enclosure don't stop after the racing is finished either… Guests attending the Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup will also have a priority period in which they can secure stage-side viewing of the music concert after the racing.

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Ladies Day Private Luxury Coach Package

Thu 22 Jun 2017 - Thu 22 Jun 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • Private Luxury Coach
from
£110.00
per person
(based on 16 sharing)

Royal Ascot truly is the highlight of the racing season with incredible races and an unmatched atmosphere year on year. That being said RacingBreaks are delighted to offer this great experience which offers you the chance to travel in a luxury private coach from your choice of location to Ascot Racecourse on Thursday morning, watch the racing and enjoy Ladies day with a Queen Anne Enclosure ticket, then travel back home on the Thursday evening after the racing has finished.

Your Package includes


  • Return Private Coach travel to and from your choice of location to Ascot Racecourse

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Tickets for Ladies day.

Ticket information

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

Please note the above price is based on a return trip for 16 people from London. We can offer collections from any location so please let us know where you are based and how many would be travelling!

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Runnymede on Thames Package

Thu 22 Jun 2017 - Fri 23 Jun 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • The Runnymede on Thames
from
£249.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

As they say Royal Ascot really is 'Like Nowhere Else' and with this fantastic package you will have great tickets and stay in on of the closest hotels to the course which is also one of the best. This package offers one nights accommodation at the Runnymede on Thames on the Thursday night and Queen Anne Enclosure tickets to the Royal meeting on the Thursday.

Package includes


  • One Nights' Accommodation at the Runnymede on Thames Hotel.

  • Breakfast on Friday Morning

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Ticket for Ladies Day (Thursday)

Additional Information


About the Hotel

This modern hotel on the banks of the Thames River is 5 miles from Windsor Castle and 7.4 miles from Royal Ascot. The trendy rooms feature free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, tea and coffeemaking facilities and minibars. Duplex rooms provide a second bedroom and a separate entrance to the garden and riverbank. The hotel offers a choice of 3 restaurants serving either buffet meals, causal dining or lighter fare. Other amenities include both an indoor and outdoor pool, as well as a spa, a gym and tennis courts. There's also a business centre and 13 meeting rooms.

About the Enclosure

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

Transport to the Races

The hotel is located less than 1 mile from Egham Train Station and an open return ticket to Ascot can be purchased for less than £5 per person. The journey is just 15 minutes and trains run every quarter of an hour during Ascot Week.

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One Night Frimley Package

Fri 23 Jun 2017 - Sat 24 Jun 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Ticket Friday
  • Macdonald Frimley Hall Hotel & Spa
from
£219.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

Based in Camberley, just 15 minutes from Ascot Racecourse, our package based at the Macdonald Frimley Hall Hotel & Spa offers a fantastic base for a nights accommodation following a trip to Royal Ascot.

Package includes


  • 1 Nights' Accommodation at the Macdonald Frimley Hall Hotel & Spa

  • Breakfast Saturday Morning

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Tickets for Friday

Additional Information


About the Hotel

In a stately Victorian manor house with landscaped gardens, this classic hotel is 7 miles from Ascot Racecourse and 4 miles from Surrey Heath Museum. Warm, upscale rooms have flat-screen TVs, tea and coffeemaking equipment, and free Wi-Fi. Rooms with 4-poster beds or sofabeds are also available. Upgraded rooms offer period features, Victorian fireplaces and garden views. Suites add sitting areas. There's a polished restaurant, and a relaxed lounge serves afternoon tea. Other amenities include an indoor pool, a steam room and a gym, and a spa offers massages and beauty treatments. Event space is also available.

About the Tickets

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

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One Night Frimley Package

Sat 24 Jun 2017 - Sun 25 Jun 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • Macdonald Frimley Hall Hotel and Spa
from
£189.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

Based in Camberley, just 15 minutes from Ascot Racecourse, our package based at the Macdonald Frimley Hall Hotel & Spa offers a fantastic base for a nights accommodation following a trip to Royal Ascot.

Package includes


  • 1 Nights' Accommodation at the Macdonald Frimley Hall Hotel & Spa

  • Breakfast Sunday Morning

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Tickets for Saturday

Additional Information


About the Hotel

In a stately Victorian manor house with landscaped gardens, this classic hotel is 7 miles from Ascot Racecourse and 4 miles from Surrey Heath Museum. Warm, upscale rooms have flat-screen TVs, tea and coffeemaking equipment, and free Wi-Fi. Rooms with 4-poster beds or sofabeds are also available. Upgraded rooms offer period features, Victorian fireplaces and garden views. Suites add sitting areas. There's a polished restaurant, and a relaxed lounge serves afternoon tea. Other amenities include an indoor pool, a steam room and a gym, and a spa offers massages and beauty treatments. Event space is also available.

About the Tickets

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

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One Night Ascot Package

Wed 21 Jun 2017 - Wed 22 Jun 2016

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • Macdonald Berystede Hotel & Spa
from
£329.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

This great value package combines a One Night stay locally in Ascot at the fantastic Macdonald Berystede Hotel & Spa with Queen Anne Enclosure Tickets on Wednesday.

The hotel is located just 1.7 miles from the course and runs a shuttle each day during Royal Ascot week.

Package includes


  • 1 Nights' Accommodation at the Macdonald Berystede Hotel & Spa

  • Breakfast Thursday Morning

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Ticket on Wednesday

  • Transfers via Shuttle Bus*

Additional Information


About the Hotel

In a Victorian building retaining some original features, this upscale hotel is 2.1 miles from Ascot Racecourse and 8 miles from Windsor Castle. Classic rooms come with free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, minibars, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Upgraded manor-house rooms offer period styling and features; some include 4-poster beds and some are in the house turrets. Suites add seating areas and walk-in wardrobes. There's a fine-dining restaurant, a bar, and a fireplace lounge offering afternoon tea. A spa offers indoor and outdoor pools, saunas and a fitness room. Other amenities include gardens, and spaces for meetings and banquets.

About the tickets

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

About the Transfers

During Royal Ascot week the hotel run a shuttle bus on a first-come, first-served basis each day (in 2016 this was priced at £7/person).

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Runnymede on Thames Package

Tue 20 Jun 2017 - Wed 21 Jun 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • The Runnymede on Thames
from
£239.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

As they say Royal Ascot really is 'Like Nowhere Else' and with this fantastic package you will have great tickets and stay in on of the closest hotels to the course which is also one of the best. This package offers one nights accommodation at the Runnymede on Thames on the Tuesday night and Queen Anne Enclosure tickets to the Royal meeting on the Tuesday.

Package includes


  • One Nights' Accommodation at the Runnymede on Thames Hotel.

  • Breakfast on Wednesday Morning

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Ticket for Tuesday

Additional Information


About the Hotel

This modern hotel on the banks of the Thames River is 5 miles from Windsor Castle and 7.4 miles from Royal Ascot. The trendy rooms feature free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, tea and coffeemaking facilities and minibars. Duplex rooms provide a second bedroom and a separate entrance to the garden and riverbank. The hotel offers a choice of 3 restaurants serving either buffet meals, causal dining or lighter fare. Other amenities include both an indoor and outdoor pool, as well as a spa, a gym and tennis courts. There's also a business centre and 13 meeting rooms.

About the Enclosure

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

Transport to the Races

The hotel is located less than 1 mile from Egham Train Station and an open return ticket to Ascot can be purchased for less than £5 per person. The journey is just 15 minutes and trains run every quarter of an hour during Ascot Week.

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Private Luxury Coach Package

Sat 24 Jun 2017 - Sat 24 Jun 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • Private Luxury Coach
from
£110.00
per person
(based on 16 sharing)

Royal Ascot truly is the highlight of the racing season with incredible races and an unmatched atmosphere year on year. That being said RacingBreaks are delighted to offer this great experience which offers you the chance to travel in a luxury private coach from your choice of location to Ascot Racecourse on Saturday morning, watch the racing and enjoy Saturday raceday with a Queen Anne Enclosure ticket, then travel back home on the Saturday evening after the racing has finished.

Your Package includes


  • Return Private Coach travel to and from your choice of location to Ascot Racecourse

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Tickets for Saturday.

Ticket information

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

Please note the above price is based on a return trip for 16 people from London. We can offer collections from any location so please let us know where you are based and how many would be travelling!

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Runnymede on Thames Package

Wed 21 Jun 2017 - Thu 22 Jun 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • The Runnymede on Thames
from
£249.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

As they say Royal Ascot really is 'Like Nowhere Else' and with this fantastic package you will have great tickets and stay in on of the closest hotels to the course which is also one of the best. This package offers one nights accommodation at the Runnymede on Thames on the Wednesday night and Queen Anne Enclosure tickets to the Royal meeting on the Wednesday.

Package includes


  • One Nights' Accommodation at the Runnymede on Thames Hotel (Superior Room)

  • Breakfast on Thursday Morning

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Ticket for Wednesday

Additional Information


About the Hotel

This modern hotel on the banks of the Thames River is 5 miles from Windsor Castle and 7.4 miles from Royal Ascot. The trendy rooms feature free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, tea and coffeemaking facilities and minibars. Duplex rooms provide a second bedroom and a separate entrance to the garden and riverbank. The hotel offers a choice of 3 restaurants serving either buffet meals, causal dining or lighter fare. Other amenities include both an indoor and outdoor pool, as well as a spa, a gym and tennis courts. There's also a business centre and 13 meeting rooms.

About the Enclosure

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

Transport to the Races

The hotel is located less than 1 mile from Egham Train Station and an open return ticket to Ascot can be purchased for less than £5 per person. The journey is just 15 minutes and trains run every quarter of an hour during Ascot Week.

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One Night Windsor Package

Fri 23 Jun 2017 - Sat 24 Jun 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • Sir Christopher Wren Hotel and Spa
from
£239.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

Based in nearby Windsor this package is the perfect option for those looking to combine a day at the races with a nights accommodation in the historic market town on the banks of the Thames.

Package includes


  • 1 Nights' Accommodation at the Sir Christopher Wren Hotel and Spa in Windsor

  • Breakfast Saturday morning

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Tickets for Friday

Additional Information


About the Hotel

This upscale hotel in a cluster of historic buildings overlooking the River Thames is 2 minutes' walk from Windsor Castle and 7 miles from Ascot Racecourse. Rooms range from traditional to plush. All offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Some have river views and sitting areas. Upgraded rooms include original features such as original wooden beams and floorboards. Room service is offered. A fine-dining restaurant offers modern British cuisine and Sunday jazz. There's also a drawing room serving afternoon tea, and a bar with a riverside terrace. A health club features an exercise room, a sauna and a spa.

About the ticket

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

Optional Extras


Prices for any of the below can be given upon request:

  • Add an additional Night at the Hotel

  • Add Dinner at the Hotel

  • Add additional Raceday Tickets for another day of Royal Ascot

  • Add Private Transfer to Ascot Racecourse

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Runnymede on Thames Package

Fri 23 Jun 2017 - Sat 24 Jun 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • The Runnymede on Thames
from
£189.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

As they say Royal Ascot really is 'Like Nowhere Else' and with this fantastic package you will have great tickets and stay in on of the closest hotels to the course which is also one of the best. This package offers one nights accommodation at the Runnymede on Thames on the Friday night and Queen Anne Enclosure tickets to the Royal meeting on the Friday.

Package includes


  • One Nights' Accommodation at the Runnymede on Thames Hotel (Superior Room)

  • Breakfast on Saturday Morning

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Ticket for Friday

Additional Information


About the Hotel

This modern hotel on the banks of the Thames River is 5 miles from Windsor Castle and 7.4 miles from Royal Ascot. The trendy rooms feature free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, tea and coffeemaking facilities and minibars. Duplex rooms provide a second bedroom and a separate entrance to the garden and riverbank. The hotel offers a choice of 3 restaurants serving either buffet meals, causal dining or lighter fare. Other amenities include both an indoor and outdoor pool, as well as a spa, a gym and tennis courts. There's also a business centre and 13 meeting rooms.

About the Enclosure

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

Transport to the Races

The hotel is located less than 1 mile from Egham Train Station and an open return ticket to Ascot can be purchased for less than £5 per person. The journey is just 15 minutes and trains run every quarter of an hour during Ascot Week.

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Two Night Windsor Package

Mon 19 Jun 2017 - Wed 21 Jun 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • Sir Christopher Wren Hotel and Spa
from
£429.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

Based in nearby Windsor this package is the perfect option for those looking to combine a day at the races with a couple of nights accommodation in the historic market town on the banks of the Thames.

Combining tickets, accommodation, private transfers and dinner on your arrival evening this package is a fantastic way of enjoying a trip to Royal Ascot!

Package includes


  • 2 Nights' Accommodation at the Sir Christopher Wren Hotel and Spa in Windsor

  • Breakfast each morning

  • 3 Course Dinner on Monday Night

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Tickets for Tuesday

  • Private Transfers to Ascot Racecourse

Additional Information


About the Hotel

This upscale hotel in a cluster of historic buildings overlooking the River Thames is 2 minutes' walk from Windsor Castle and 7 miles from Ascot Racecourse. Rooms range from traditional to plush. All offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Some have river views and sitting areas. Upgraded rooms include original features such as original wooden beams and floorboards. Room service is offered. A fine-dining restaurant offers modern British cuisine and Sunday jazz. There's also a drawing room serving afternoon tea, and a bar with a riverside terrace. A health club features an exercise room, a sauna and a spa.

About the ticket

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

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The Runnymede on Thames One Night Package

Fri 08 Sep 2017 - Sat 09 Sep 2017

  • King Edward VII Enclosure
  • The Runnymede on Thames
from
£109.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

Combine food and wine from around the world with the finest Flat racing at Ascot’s Festival of Food and Wine Race Weekend. More than 40 market stalls offer racegoers a unique day at Ascot Racecourse.

With that said this delightful package offers one nights accommodation in the Runnymede on Thames on the Friday night and King Edward VII Enclosure tickets to Festival of Food and Wine Racing Weekend on the Friday.

Package includes


  • One nights accommodation in a double room at the Runnymede on Thames hotel.

  • Breakfast on the Saturday morning

  • King Edward VII Enclosure tickets for Friday

Add an additional raceday ticket for the Saturday, price available on request

Additional Information


About the Hotel

This modern hotel on the banks of the Thames River is 5 miles from Windsor Castle and 7.4 miles from Royal Ascot. The trendy rooms feature free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, tea and coffeemaking facilities and minibars. Duplex rooms provide a second bedroom and a separate entrance to the garden and riverbank. The hotel offers a choice of 3 restaurants serving either buffet meals, causal dining or lighter fare. Other amenities include both an indoor and outdoor pool, as well as a spa, a gym and tennis courts. There's also a business centre and 13 meeting rooms.

About the Enclosure

Ascot’s King Edward VII enclosure is the ideal place for the devoted racing enthusiasts to experience the excellence of Ascot. The exclusive fourth floor’s seated balconies overlook both the Parade Ring and track and are sure to provide unparalleled views, covering all the action of beforehand, the race itself and the aftermath. Fourth floor capacity has been reduced from 4,500 to 1,700, now providing guests with a more relaxed atmosphere and a guaranteed balcony seat with unsurpassed views of the racing. Whilst watching the breathtaking spectacle unfold, guests will be able to enjoy a wonderful selection of bars and dining options. And the benefits of staying at the King Edward IV enclosure don't stop after the racing is finished either… Guests attending the Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup will also have a priority period in which they can secure stage-side viewing of the music concert after the racing.

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Duel of the Jockeys Royal Ascot Package

Mon 19 Jun 2017 - Tue 20 Jun 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • Macdonald Berystede Hotel & Spa
from
£535.00
per person
(based on 4 sharing)

Duel of the Jockeys Royal Ascot Package


Join Racing Breaks Ambassadors Frankie Dettori & Jim Crowley for a unique golf day hosted at The Berkshire Golf Club. This package includes accommodation locally at the fantastic Macdonald Berystede Hotel and tickets to Royal Ascot on the opening day on Tuesday!

Your Package Includes


  • Entry to the "Duel of the Jockeys" Golf Day at the The Berkshire Golf Club (based on a team of 4)

  • One Nights' Accommodation at The Macdonald Berystede Hotel & Spa (double or twin rooms)

  • Breakfast on Tuesday Morning

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Ticket to Royal Ascot on Tuesday

Duel of the Jockeys


The day includes:

  • Registration & Breakfast
  • Individual & Team Prizes
  • Drinks Reception
  • Two Course Buffet
  • Tips for Royal Ascot from our celebrity racing panel
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One Night Windsor Package

Sat 21 Oct 2017 - Sun 22 Oct 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • Sir Christopher Wren Hotel and Spa
from
£125.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

One Night Windsor Package


Based in nearby Windsor this package is the perfect option for those looking to combine a day at the races with a nights accommodation in the historic market town on the banks of the Thames.

Package includes


  • 1 Nights' Accommodation at the Sir Christopher Wren Hotel and Spa in Windsor

  • Breakfast on Sunday Morning

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Tickets for The QIPCO British Champions Day

Additional Information


About the Hotel

This upscale hotel in a cluster of historic buildings overlooking the River Thames is 2 minutes' walk from Windsor Castle and 7 miles from Ascot Racecourse. Rooms range from traditional to plush. All offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Some have river views and sitting areas. Upgraded rooms include original features such as original wooden beams and floorboards. Room service is offered. A fine-dining restaurant offers modern British cuisine and Sunday jazz. There's also a drawing room serving afternoon tea, and a bar with a riverside terrace. A health club features an exercise room, a sauna and a spa.

Optional Extras


Upgrade your tickets:

  • Winning Post Enclosure + £21 per person

  • King Edward VII Enclosure + £61 per person

Prices for any of the below can be given upon request:

  • Add an additional Night at the Hotel

  • Add Dinner at the Hotel

  • Add Private Transfer to Ascot Racecourse

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One Night Frimley Package

Sat 21 Oct 2017 - Sun 22 Oct 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • Macdonald Frimley Hall Hotel & Spa
from
£129.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

One Night Frimley Package


Based in Camberley, just 15 minutes from Ascot Racecourse, our package based at the Macdonald Frimley Hall Hotel & Spa offers a fantastic base for a nights accommodation following a trip to Ascot.

Package includes


  • 1 Nights' Accommodation at the Macdonald Frimley Hall Hotel & Spa

  • Breakfast on Sunday Morning

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Tickets for The QIPCO British Champions Day

Additional Information


About the Hotel

In a stately Victorian manor house with landscaped gardens, this classic hotel is 7 miles from Ascot Racecourse and 4 miles from Surrey Heath Museum. Warm, upscale rooms have flat-screen TVs, tea and coffeemaking equipment, and free Wi-Fi. Rooms with 4-poster beds or sofabeds are also available. Upgraded rooms offer period features, Victorian fireplaces and garden views. Suites add sitting areas. There's a polished restaurant, and a relaxed lounge serves afternoon tea. Other amenities include an indoor pool, a steam room and a gym, and a spa offers massages and beauty treatments. Event space is also available.

Optional Extras


Upgrade your tickets:

  • Winning Post Enclosure + £21 per person

  • King Edward VII Enclosure + £61 per person

Prices for any of the below can be given upon request:

  • Add an additional Night at the Hotel

  • Add Dinner at the Hotel

  • Add Private Transfer to Ascot Racecourse

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One Night Ascot Package

Sat 21 Oct 2017 - Sun 22 Oct 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • Macdonald Berystede Hotel & Spa
from
£149.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

One Night Ascot Package


This great value package combines a One Night stay locally in Ascot at the fantastic Macdonald Berystede Hotel & Spa with Queen Anne Enclosure Tickets for QIPCO British Champions Day.

Package includes


  • 1 Nights' Accommodation at the Macdonald Berystede Hotel & Spa

  • Breakfast on Sunday Morning

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Tickets for The QIPCO British Champions Day

Additional Information


About the Hotel

In a Victorian building retaining some original features, this upscale hotel is 2.1 miles from Ascot Racecourse and 8 miles from Windsor Castle. Classic rooms come with free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, minibars, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Upgraded manor-house rooms offer period styling and features; some include 4-poster beds and some are in the house turrets. Suites add seating areas and walk-in wardrobes. There's a fine-dining restaurant, a bar, and a fireplace lounge offering afternoon tea. A spa offers indoor and outdoor pools, saunas and a fitness room. Other amenities include gardens, and spaces for meetings and banquets.

Optional Extras


Upgrade your tickets:

  • Winning Post Enclosure + £21 per person

  • King Edward VII Enclosure + £61 per person

Prices for any of the below can be given upon request:

  • Add an additional Night at the Hotel

  • Add Dinner at the Hotel

  • Add Private Transfer to Ascot Racecourse

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Ladies Day One Night Ascot Package

Thu 22 Jun 2017 - Fri 23 Jun 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • Macdonald Berystede Hotel & Spa
from
£339.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

This great value package combines a One Night stay locally in Ascot at the fantastic Macdonald Berystede Hotel & Spa with Queen Anne Enclosure Tickets on Ladies Day.

The hotel is located just 1.7 miles from the course and runs a shuttle each day during Royal Ascot week.

Package includes


  • 1 Nights' Accommodation at the Macdonald Berystede Hotel & Spa

  • Breakfast Friday Morning

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Ticket on Ladies Day (Thursday)

  • Transfers via Shuttle Bus*

Additional Information


About the Hotel

In a Victorian building retaining some original features, this upscale hotel is 2.1 miles from Ascot Racecourse and 8 miles from Windsor Castle. Classic rooms come with free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, minibars, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Upgraded manor-house rooms offer period styling and features; some include 4-poster beds and some are in the house turrets. Suites add seating areas and walk-in wardrobes. There's a fine-dining restaurant, a bar, and a fireplace lounge offering afternoon tea. A spa offers indoor and outdoor pools, saunas and a fitness room. Other amenities include gardens, and spaces for meetings and banquets.

About the tickets

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

About the Transfers

During Royal Ascot week the hotel run a shuttle bus on a first-come, first-served basis each day (in 2016 this was priced at £7/person).

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Royal Ascot One Night Frimley Package

Thu 22 Jun 2017 - Fri 23 Jun 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure
  • Macdonald Frimley Hall Hotel and Spa
from
£249.00
per person
(based on 2 sharing)

Based in Camberley, just 15 minutes from Ascot Racecourse, our package based at the Macdonald Frimley Hall Hotel & Spa offers a fantastic base for a nights accommodation following a trip to Royal Ascot.

Package includes


  • 1 Nights' Accommodation at the Macdonald Frimley Hall Hotel & Spa

  • Breakfast Friday Morning

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Tickets for Ladies Day (Thursday)

Additional Information


About the Hotel

In a stately Victorian manor house with landscaped gardens, this classic hotel is 7 miles from Ascot Racecourse and 4 miles from Surrey Heath Museum. Warm, upscale rooms have flat-screen TVs, tea and coffeemaking equipment, and free Wi-Fi. Rooms with 4-poster beds or sofabeds are also available. Upgraded rooms offer period features, Victorian fireplaces and garden views. Suites add sitting areas. There's a polished restaurant, and a relaxed lounge serves afternoon tea. Other amenities include an indoor pool, a steam room and a gym, and a spa offers massages and beauty treatments. Event space is also available.

About the Tickets

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

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Royal Ascot Saturday Premier Package

Sat 24 Jun 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure

    Adult

  • The Coppid Beech Hotel

    Superior Room, 1 Double Bed

from
£172.25
per person
(based on 2 people sharing)

Ticket information

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

Hotel information

A mile from the A329 road, this upscale, chalet-style hotel is a 2-minute walk from Bracknell Ski Centre and 5 miles from horse racing at Ascot Racecourse. Polished rooms and suites have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and sitting areas, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded suites add balconies, whirlpool tubs and/or separate living rooms with sofas. Parking is complimentary. Other amenities include a refined restaurant and a nightclub with 2 bars, as well as a traditional pub offering weekly live music. A cosy lounge serves afternoon tea (fee). There's also a beauty spa, and a fitness centre with an indoor pool, a steam room and a sauna.

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King George VI Weekend Classic Package

Fri 28 Jul 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure

    Adult

  • Hilton Bracknell Hotel

    Hilton, Twin Room

from
£85.50
per person
(based on 2 people sharing)

Ticket information

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

Hotel information

Set off the A322 road, this traditional brick hotel is 6.7 miles from Sunningdale Golf Club and 4.3 miles from Ascot racecourse. Modern rooms feature Wi-Fi (fee), flat-screen TVs and work desks, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms add extra living spaces; some have sitting areas, sofabeds and minifridges. The hotel has a traditional British restaurant, plus a modern bar that’s open 24/7. Other amenities include a full-service spa, an indoor pool and an exercise room. There are 12 meeting rooms, plus a business centre. Afternoon tea is served in the lounge for a fee, while parking is complimentary.

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King George VI Weekend Platinum Package

Fri 28 Jul 2017

  • King Edward VII Enclosure

    Adult

  • Pennyhill Park Hotel And Spa

    Traditional Double Room

from
£170.50
per person
(based on 2 people sharing)

Ticket information

Ascot’s King Edward VII enclosure is the ideal place for the devoted racing enthusiasts to experience the excellence of Ascot. The exclusive fourth floor’s seated balconies overlook both the Parade Ring and track and are sure to provide unparalleled views, covering all the action of beforehand, the race itself and the aftermath. Fourth floor capacity has been reduced from 4,500 to 1,700, now providing guests with a more relaxed atmosphere and a guaranteed balcony seat with unsurpassed views of the racing. Whilst watching the breathtaking spectacle unfold, guests will be able to enjoy a wonderful selection of bars and dining options. And the benefits of staying at the King Edward IV enclosure don't stop after the racing is finished either… Guests attending the Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup will also have a priority period in which they can secure stage-side viewing of the music concert after the racing.

Hotel information

With 123 acres of Surrey parkland, this elegant hotel is in an ivy-clad country house 6 miles from Ascot Racecourse. The chic, upscale rooms feature flat-screen TVs and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Suites add Bang & Olufsen sound systems and living areas. Some upgraded suites have 4-poster beds, antique-style furnishings or private balconies. The hotel features a high-end restaurant, plus a stylish brasserie and a bar. In addition to treatments and its own restaurant, the spa offers 8 indoor and outdoor pools, a fitness centre, tennis court and a 9-hole golf course.

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King George VI Weekend Classic Package

Sat 29 Jul 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure

    Adult

  • Hilton Bracknell Hotel

    Hilton, Room - Bed & Breakfast

from
£105.50
per person
(based on 2 people sharing)

Ticket information

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

Hotel information

Set off the A322 road, this traditional brick hotel is 6.7 miles from Sunningdale Golf Club and 4.3 miles from Ascot racecourse. Modern rooms feature Wi-Fi (fee), flat-screen TVs and work desks, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms add extra living spaces; some have sitting areas, sofabeds and minifridges. The hotel has a traditional British restaurant, plus a modern bar that’s open 24/7. Other amenities include a full-service spa, an indoor pool and an exercise room. There are 12 meeting rooms, plus a business centre. Afternoon tea is served in the lounge for a fee, while parking is complimentary.

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King George VI Weekend Platinum Package

Sat 29 Jul 2017

  • King Edward VII Enclosure

    Adult

  • The Oakley Court

    Double Room (Character)

from
£199.00
per person
(based on 2 people sharing)

Ticket information

Ascot’s King Edward VII enclosure is the ideal place for the devoted racing enthusiasts to experience the excellence of Ascot. The exclusive fourth floor’s seated balconies overlook both the Parade Ring and track and are sure to provide unparalleled views, covering all the action of beforehand, the race itself and the aftermath. Fourth floor capacity has been reduced from 4,500 to 1,700, now providing guests with a more relaxed atmosphere and a guaranteed balcony seat with unsurpassed views of the racing. Whilst watching the breathtaking spectacle unfold, guests will be able to enjoy a wonderful selection of bars and dining options. And the benefits of staying at the King Edward IV enclosure don't stop after the racing is finished either… Guests attending the Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup will also have a priority period in which they can secure stage-side viewing of the music concert after the racing.

Hotel information

In an imposing Victorian manor this upscale hotel overlooking the River Thames is 2.3 miles from Royal Windsor Racecourse and 9 miles from Ascot Racecourse. Traditional rooms come with en suite bathrooms and free WiFi. Some have seating areas and river views, and executive rooms offer complimentary drink vouchers. Suites add lounges and iPod docks. A fine-dining restaurant has a summer terrace, plus there's a drawing room serving afternoon tea, and a conservatory bar. A fitness centre has a gym, an indoor pool, a hot tub, a sauna and steam room. There's also a 9-hole golf course, bike hire, and meeting spaces for up to 150 people.

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Platinum Package

Sat 12 Aug 2017

  • King Edward VII Enclosure

    Adult

  • Pennyhill Park Hotel And Spa

    Basic Double Room (Cosy )

from
£222.50
per person
(based on 2 people sharing)

Ticket information

Ascot’s King Edward VII enclosure is the ideal place for the devoted racing enthusiasts to experience the excellence of Ascot. The exclusive fourth floor’s seated balconies overlook both the Parade Ring and track and are sure to provide unparalleled views, covering all the action of beforehand, the race itself and the aftermath. Fourth floor capacity has been reduced from 4,500 to 1,700, now providing guests with a more relaxed atmosphere and a guaranteed balcony seat with unsurpassed views of the racing. Whilst watching the breathtaking spectacle unfold, guests will be able to enjoy a wonderful selection of bars and dining options. And the benefits of staying at the King Edward IV enclosure don't stop after the racing is finished either… Guests attending the Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup will also have a priority period in which they can secure stage-side viewing of the music concert after the racing.

Hotel information

With 123 acres of Surrey parkland, this elegant hotel is in an ivy-clad country house 6 miles from Ascot Racecourse. The chic, upscale rooms feature flat-screen TVs and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Suites add Bang & Olufsen sound systems and living areas. Some upgraded suites have 4-poster beds, antique-style furnishings or private balconies. The hotel features a high-end restaurant, plus a stylish brasserie and a bar. In addition to treatments and its own restaurant, the spa offers 8 indoor and outdoor pools, a fitness centre, tennis court and a 9-hole golf course.

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Premier Package

Fri 08 Sep 2017

  • King Edward VII Enclosure

    Adult

  • Royal Berkshire, an Exclusive Venue

    Traditional Suite

from
£127.50
per person
(based on 2 people sharing)

Ticket information

Ascot’s King Edward VII enclosure is the ideal place for the devoted racing enthusiasts to experience the excellence of Ascot. The exclusive fourth floor’s seated balconies overlook both the Parade Ring and track and are sure to provide unparalleled views, covering all the action of beforehand, the race itself and the aftermath. Fourth floor capacity has been reduced from 4,500 to 1,700, now providing guests with a more relaxed atmosphere and a guaranteed balcony seat with unsurpassed views of the racing. Whilst watching the breathtaking spectacle unfold, guests will be able to enjoy a wonderful selection of bars and dining options. And the benefits of staying at the King Edward IV enclosure don't stop after the racing is finished either… Guests attending the Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup will also have a priority period in which they can secure stage-side viewing of the music concert after the racing.

Hotel information

Built for the family of Winston Churchill, this posh country house hotel is housed in an 18th-century mansion 2.6 miles from Ascot Racecourse and 5 miles from the M3 motorway. Plush rooms are individually decorated in period or contemporary styles and feature flat-screen TVs, tea and coffeemaking facilities and free Wi-Fi. Suites add garden views and separate lounge areas. A buffet breakfast is included and the chic restaurant serves Modern British fare and a traditional afternoon tea. The fitness centre offers an indoor splash pool, and there are tennis courts, a croquet lawn and free loaner bikes, as well as a helipad.

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Platinum Package

Fri 08 Sep 2017

  • King Edward VII Enclosure

    Adult

  • The Oakley Court

    Double Room (Character)

from
£134.00
per person
(based on 2 people sharing)

Ticket information

Ascot’s King Edward VII enclosure is the ideal place for the devoted racing enthusiasts to experience the excellence of Ascot. The exclusive fourth floor’s seated balconies overlook both the Parade Ring and track and are sure to provide unparalleled views, covering all the action of beforehand, the race itself and the aftermath. Fourth floor capacity has been reduced from 4,500 to 1,700, now providing guests with a more relaxed atmosphere and a guaranteed balcony seat with unsurpassed views of the racing. Whilst watching the breathtaking spectacle unfold, guests will be able to enjoy a wonderful selection of bars and dining options. And the benefits of staying at the King Edward IV enclosure don't stop after the racing is finished either… Guests attending the Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup will also have a priority period in which they can secure stage-side viewing of the music concert after the racing.

Hotel information

In an imposing Victorian manor this upscale hotel overlooking the River Thames is 2.3 miles from Royal Windsor Racecourse and 9 miles from Ascot Racecourse. Traditional rooms come with en suite bathrooms and free WiFi. Some have seating areas and river views, and executive rooms offer complimentary drink vouchers. Suites add lounges and iPod docks. A fine-dining restaurant has a summer terrace, plus there's a drawing room serving afternoon tea, and a conservatory bar. A fitness centre has a gym, an indoor pool, a hot tub, a sauna and steam room. There's also a 9-hole golf course, bike hire, and meeting spaces for up to 150 people.

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Premier Package

Sat 09 Sep 2017

  • King Edward VII Enclosure

    Adult

  • De Vere Beaumont Estate

    Double Room

from
£71.55
per person
(based on 2 people sharing)

Ticket information

Ascot’s King Edward VII enclosure is the ideal place for the devoted racing enthusiasts to experience the excellence of Ascot. The exclusive fourth floor’s seated balconies overlook both the Parade Ring and track and are sure to provide unparalleled views, covering all the action of beforehand, the race itself and the aftermath. Fourth floor capacity has been reduced from 4,500 to 1,700, now providing guests with a more relaxed atmosphere and a guaranteed balcony seat with unsurpassed views of the racing. Whilst watching the breathtaking spectacle unfold, guests will be able to enjoy a wonderful selection of bars and dining options. And the benefits of staying at the King Edward IV enclosure don't stop after the racing is finished either… Guests attending the Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup will also have a priority period in which they can secure stage-side viewing of the music concert after the racing.

Hotel information

On a 40-acre estate that includes a 14th-century chapel, this upscale hotel and events venue is a 14-minute walk from historic Runnymede and the Magna Carta Monument. Ascot racecourse is 8.5 miles away. Classic rooms with free WiFi and flat-screen TVs. Some sleep up to 4 people. Upgraded rooms in an old school house offer chic decor, and suites add living areas. There's a fine-dining restaurant, as well as a casual restaurant-bar. Leisure facilities include a fitness room, an indoor pool, tennis and squash courts, plus a playground, indoor play area and a kids' club. There are 75 meeting rooms and grand event spaces for up to 550 people.

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Platinum Package

Sat 09 Sep 2017

  • King Edward VII Enclosure

    Adult

  • The Oakley Court

    Double Room (Character)

from
£135.00
per person
(based on 2 people sharing)

Ticket information

Ascot’s King Edward VII enclosure is the ideal place for the devoted racing enthusiasts to experience the excellence of Ascot. The exclusive fourth floor’s seated balconies overlook both the Parade Ring and track and are sure to provide unparalleled views, covering all the action of beforehand, the race itself and the aftermath. Fourth floor capacity has been reduced from 4,500 to 1,700, now providing guests with a more relaxed atmosphere and a guaranteed balcony seat with unsurpassed views of the racing. Whilst watching the breathtaking spectacle unfold, guests will be able to enjoy a wonderful selection of bars and dining options. And the benefits of staying at the King Edward IV enclosure don't stop after the racing is finished either… Guests attending the Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup will also have a priority period in which they can secure stage-side viewing of the music concert after the racing.

Hotel information

In an imposing Victorian manor this upscale hotel overlooking the River Thames is 2.3 miles from Royal Windsor Racecourse and 9 miles from Ascot Racecourse. Traditional rooms come with en suite bathrooms and free WiFi. Some have seating areas and river views, and executive rooms offer complimentary drink vouchers. Suites add lounges and iPod docks. A fine-dining restaurant has a summer terrace, plus there's a drawing room serving afternoon tea, and a conservatory bar. A fitness centre has a gym, an indoor pool, a hot tub, a sauna and steam room. There's also a 9-hole golf course, bike hire, and meeting spaces for up to 150 people.

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Enclosures

Where to be for the best views

QUEEN ANNE ENCLOSURE (PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS THE GRANDSTAND ENCLOSURE)

Situated within the magnificent woodland next to the Windsor Great Park, Queen Anne Enclosure is the perfect place to enjoy all that Ascot has to offer. Just a short walking distance from the Parade Ring, Winners Enclosure and Track which can be reached by crossing the Concourse of the main Grandstand, the enclosure provides a host of excellent facilities, with fantastic views of the racing both from elevated seating and at the trackside lawns at ground level. Each day before the racing, a military band will perform in the Parade Ring and guests will be able to witness Her Majesty The Queen arrive in the Royal Procession. There are also a range of places to eat and drink, and betting is possible at totepool kiosks, betting shops in the main grandstand and with bookmakers in the betting ring. After the racing is over, it is traditional for guests to head to the Bandstand to join in with a sing along. It is important to remember that ticket holders for this area do not have access to Level 4 of the Grandstand, which can only be accessed via the Edward VII Enclosure.

KING EDWARD VII ENCLOSURE (PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS PREMIER ADMISSION)

Ascot’s King Edward VII enclosure is the ideal place for the devoted racing enthusiasts to experience the excellence of Ascot. The exclusive fourth floor’s seated balconies overlook both the Parade Ring and track and are sure to provide unparalleled views, covering all the action of beforehand, the race itself and the aftermath. Fourth floor capacity has been reduced from 4,500 to 1,700, now providing guests with a more relaxed atmosphere and a guaranteed balcony seat with unsurpassed views of the racing. Whilst watching the breathtaking spectacle unfold, guests will be able to enjoy a wonderful selection of bars and dining options. And the benefits of staying at the King Edward IV enclosure don't stop after the racing is finished either… Guests attending the Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup will also have a priority period in which they can secure stage-side viewing of the music concert after the racing.

WINNING POST ENCLOSURE (AVAILABLE ON KING GEORGE VI SATURDAY AND QIPCO BRITISH CHAMPIONS DAY)

Whilst fundamentally being a private area, Ascot’s Winning Post Enclosure is by no means separate from the action. Situated on the West end of the Grandstand ground floor, from private viewing lawns guests will be able to witness first-hand the nail biting moments as they see which horse bustles their way to the Winning Post first. A second viewing lawn is also available to guests, perfect for enjoying an evening drink or picnic. For those interested in sophisticated lunch options, a three-course a la carte menu is available in The Smokehouse and shellfish platters at the Seafood Terrace. A range of cakes and sandwiches are also on offer at the Deli.

CHILDREN

When accompanied by a paying adult, children under 18 are allowed into the racecourse free of charge on all racedays.

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Travel Information

How to find us

Directions

Ascot Racecourse is ideally situated only 50 minutes away from London, both by car and train. Located close to the M3, M4, M40 & M25 motorways and to London Heathrow for international visitors, Ascot offers easy access for all racegoers wherever their departure point.

BY RAIL

South West Trains runs a direct frequent service to Ascot from Reading, London Waterloo and Guildford, with average journey times of 27 minutes, 52 minutes and 1 hour respectively. Ascot station is conveniently only a seven-minute walk from the racecourse.

BY AIR

A helicopter landing facility is situated close to the racecourse. It is not suitable for fixed-wing private aircrafts. Please call Helicopter and Aviation Services on +44 (0)1427 718 800 or fax +44 (0)1427 718 811 for more information.

Ascots two nearest airfields are both approximately 9 miles away - Fairoaks, Chobham (+44 (0)1276 857 300) and White Waltham, Maidenhead (+44 (0)1628 823 272).

Parking

BY ROAD

When travelling from London and the North, take the M4 Junction 6 onto the A332 Windsor road and follow signs to Ascot.

For those coming from the West, take the M4 Junction 10 to the A329(M) signed to Bracknell and follow signs to Ascot.

If arriving from the South and East, take the M3 Junction 3 onto the A332 signed to Bracknell and follow signs to Ascot.

Finally, those coming from the Midlands should take the M40 southbound, Junction 4 and then follow the A404 towards the M4 (Junction 8/9). Once on the M4, head towards Heathrow/London. Leave M4 at Junction 6 and follow the A332 Windsor by-pass to Ascot.

CAR PARKING

Parking prices for Royal Ascot vary depending on how near the car park is to the festival. Car Park 1 costs £20 and car park 5 costs £6, whilst car park 6 is free.

Dress Codes

What to wear

ROYAL ASCOT

Royal Ascot has always been synonymous with both elegance and style. Ladies are required to wear a dress suitable for a formal occasion, and of course, as is conventionally known at Ascot, must wear a hat at all times. Girls aged 17 or under, should be dressed for a formal occasion also, and a summer dress is recommended, although hats are not compulsory. Gentleman must wear a matching suit with a shirt and tie. Similarly, boys under 17 should wear a suit or jacket with a shirt and tie. Boys under 13 are not required to wear a jacket or tie but should dress appropriately.

Racecourse Information

The History

Now over 300 years old, Ascot Racecourse has certainly seen more than its fair share of both racing and social history over the years - year after year records have been smashed, fashion has become both increasingly elegant and seemingly more daring and festival numbers have grown considerably. This has all contributed towards Ascot’s stand out spectacle - Royal Ascot, establishing itself as one of sport's greatest events - both a highlight of the British social calendar and the ultimate stage for the best racehorses in the world. One thing that hasn’t changed however, is the unwavering presence of The Queen at Royal Ascot. Few could have envisaged what Ascot would become when Queen Anne first came across the once area of heath whilst riding out near Windsor Castle in 1711. In her words, the racecourse was “ideal for horses to gallop at full stretch”. Today, Ascot stages 26 days of racing over the year, including 18 flat meetings between May and October and several important jump races during the winter months. A colossal total of more than £6.58 million in prize money is up for grabs during Ascot week, making it the Britain's most valuable race meeting.

Interestingly, the origins of racing at Ascot started many miles from where it is today. The first meeting in September 11 August 1711, was open to any horse and there was a prize worth 100 guineas for the victor of the seven English hunters. The nature of the race itself was also extremely different from seeing the speedy thoroughbreds we now come to expect. Instead, the race focused on stamina; each horse was required to carry a weight of 12 stone, whilst the track consisted of three four mile heats - roughly the length of the Grand National course today. However, with the Queen Anne Enclosure named in honour of Her Majesty, Queen Anne’s contribution to the world of racing certainly hasn’t gone unrecognised, and today the opening of Royal Ascot is marked by the traditional Queen Anne Stakes.

For many, the pinnacle of Ascot week is the Gold Cup, which saw the Queen triumph with her horse ‘Estimate’ in 2013 and takes place on ‘Ladies Day’ - the third and traditionally busiest day of the week. Other highlights during the week include the Queen Anne Stakes, King's Stand Stakes and the St James’ Stakes on Tuesday, the 1862 Founded Prince of Wales Stakes on Wednesday, the Coronation Stakes and Commonwealth Cup on Friday and the closing Diamond Jubilee Stakes on Saturday.

Ascot is also home to many nearby attractions including Thorpe Park, Legoland and Windsor Castle. For the golf lover, a host of prestigious courses are also close - these include Sunningdale, Wentworth, Royal Berkshire, Swinley Forest and The Royal Ascot Golf Club.