Ascot– a pretty Berkshire town is dominated by its spectacular racecourse. Dating back to 1711, today’s recently developed racecourse is a sight to behold- with enormous terraced stands and immaculate grounds.
What to Do in Ascot?
With only 15 minute drive from the historic town of Windsor, there are a lot of things to do in Ascot. You have to visit the most decorated ornamental garden-The Savil Garden as well as if you are up to golf there three golf courses located less than 5 miles away-Berkshire Golf Club.
Where to Dine in Ascot?
- Coworth Park- a chic, luxurious, intimate restaurant and Chef Adam Smith serve classical dishes inspired by his love of the countryside.
- Bluebells- a striking green interior with glitzy gold panelling and distinctive tiling sets where you can enjoy beautifully preserved European dishes, delicately crafted using modern techniques.
Where to Stay in Ascot?
Set amongst 240 acres of Berkshire parkland, Coworth Park Dorchester Collection is the only hotel in the UK with its own polo fields. The hotel’s equestrian centre offers horse-riding lessons to guests, as well as extensive stabling facilities. With a roof of fragrant herbs, Coworth Park’s eco spa features stylish, contemporary architecture. It offers a range of relaxing spa and beauty treatments, along with a swimming pool with underwater music and a gym. Spacious and elegantly furnished, each room features spacious bathrooms with under-floor heating and copper baths. The glorious light that pours into Mansion House Premium Suite lifts the spirits and highlights the beautiful interior.