Autumn Racing Weekend & Ascot Beer Festival

06 - 07 October 2017

Overview

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.

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Friday 6th October

Queen Anne Enclosure

Adult (Group 10 plus)
£14.00
Adult

The Queen Anne Enclosure provides access to the parade ring. Pre-Parade Ring and the excellent facilities and viewing areas on the Concourse Level of the Grandstand with a variety of places to eat, drink and bet.

£18.00

King Edward VII Enclosure

Adult

For enhanced views of the racing the KING EDWARD VII ENCLOSURE provides exclusive access to the best facilities on level 4 of the Grandstand. Along with access to the Queen Anne Enclosure racegoers also have exclusive access to lawns in front of the winning post on premier racedays.

£23.00

Ascot Beer Festival Overnight Package

Fri 06 Oct 2017 - Sat 07 Oct 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Ticket

    Friday

  • Macdonald Berystede Hotel & Spa

from
£119.00
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.

Upgrade to King Edward VII Enclosure: + £5 per person

Hotel information


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 coffee making 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.

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Saturday 7th October

Queen Anne Enclosure

Adult (Group 10 plus)
£18.00
Adult

The Queen Anne Enclosure provides access to the parade ring. Pre-Parade Ring and the excellent facilities and viewing areas on the Concourse Level of the Grandstand with a variety of places to eat, drink and bet.

£24.00

King Edward VII Enclosure

Adult

For enhanced views of the racing the KING EDWARD VII ENCLOSURE provides exclusive access to the best facilities on level 4 of the Grandstand. Along with access to the Queen Anne Enclosure racegoers also have exclusive access to lawns in front of the winning post on premier racedays.

£36.00

Ascot Beer Festival Overnight Package

Sat 07 Oct 2017 - Sun 08 Oct 2017

  • Queen Anne Enclosure Ticket

    Saturday

  • Macdonald Berystede Hotel & Spa

from
£139.00
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.

Upgrade to King Edward VII Enclosure: + £12 per person

Hotel information


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 coffee making 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.

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