The Facts

Departs: Thursday 21 June 2018
From: Central London
Price: From £89.00
Deposit: £50.00 with balance due by 15 May 2018


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What is Included

  • Return luxury coach transport to Royal Ascot from London or option to meet at Ascot Racecourse.
  • Bubbly on coach journey to racecourse.
  • Cold buffet lunch upon arrival, served with bubbly, white wines, red wines, beer and cider.
  • Choice of entrance tickets available for Windsor Enclosure, Queen Anne Enclosure or Village.

Royal Ascot Tours

Ladies Day Gold Cup - Thursday

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Royal Ascot - Ladies Day Gold Cup - Thursday

The world's most glamorous race day. Ladies Day at Royal Ascot is renowned as the biggest day on the British social and sporting calendar. Be a part of it all on our fantastic day tour to Royal Ascot for Ladies Day. Dress up and join the regal tradition and pageantry on our fun day out with our Royal Ascot Ladies Day ticket and hospitality package options.

Ladies Day at Royal Ascot

Options Available for this Tour

Option 1 - £89pp
Windsor Enclosure meeting at Ascot Racecourse
Option 2 - £109pp
Windsor Enclosure with Coach from London depart 10am
Option 3 - £109pp
Windsor Enclosure with Coach from London depart 10:30am
Option 4 - £139pp
Queen Anne Enclosure meeting at Ascot Racecourse
Option 5 - £159pp
Queen Anne Enclosure with Coach from London depart 10am
Option 6 - £159pp
Queen Anne Enclosure with Coach from London depart 10:30am
Option 7 - £119pp
Village Enclosure meeting at Ascot Racecourse
Option 8 - £139pp
Village Enclosure with Coach from London depart 10am
Option 9 - £139pp
Village Enclosure with Coach from London depart 10.30am



Information

Ladies Day Gold Cup - Thursday 21st June 2018
Return Coach from London
At the time of booking you have the choice of 2 departure times: Please nominate your preferred time when you book of either 10am or 10:30am. We depart from Victoria Coach Station. You need to be at Victoria Coach Station 30 minutes prior to your departure time as coaches have to depart on time.
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During the coach trip we provide a glass or two of bubbly as we head west to Ascot, a journey of approx 90 minutes, depending upon traffic. We will depart Royal Ascot at 7.00pm - which is approximately 90 minutes after the last race (normally around 5.30pm). This gives you extra time to join the live bands in the Windsor Enclosure or the famous sing-a-long at the rear of the Grandstand, in the Queen Anne Enclosure. Depending upon traffic, we aim to have you in central London at Victoria Coach Station by 9.30pm.

Buffet Lunch
On arrival a cold buffet lunch will be provided. This is followed by our bacon and sausage sizzle. Lunch will be served in the coach park area where PP Travels picnic is set up. You will have plenty of time to enjoy lunch and our generous servings of refreshments before entering the racecourse at your own leisure to watch the Royal procession pass at 2:00pm. The first race is normally 2:35pm. Entrance to the racecourse is included in our price. Once in the races food and drinks are at your own cost.

Drinks Selection
Our Ascot tours are renowned for the generous supply of drinks at our main picnic site at Royal Ascot along with the quality and selection of wines. As well as sparkling wine being served on the coach on the journey to Royal Ascot, you have the choice of Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Rose, Merlot, Shiraz, Rioja as well as more bubbly and cider and beer.

Meet us at Ascot
If you prefer to make your own way to Royal Ascot, you can meet us at our picnic zone in Coach Park 10 (Red) and enjoy our buffet picnic style lunch with drinks plus collect your entry tickets. After this, like the rest of our guests, you would head into the racetrack to enjoy the races. We advise people meeting us at Ascot to arrive at the coach park area around 11am to enjoy lunch and drinks. Everyone has left us by 1:30pm so as to enter the races and be in place for the Queens arrival at 2pm with the Royal Procession.
[Click here for a map showing where we are at Ascot]

Royal Ascot Entry Ticket Types
At the time of booking you can choose between Windsor Enclosure, Queen Anne Enclosure or The Village Enclosure. Below is a description of each and a short video provided by Ascot to give you information on the different options.

Queen Anne Enclosure
The Queen Anne Enclosure is a premier public enclosure and provides excellent facilities with access to the Pre-Parade Ring, Winners' Enclosure and Parade Ring. On the lawns and terraces of the Queen Anne Enclosure, you can enjoy first-rate views of the day's six races, joining the jubilant crowds as they cheers each winner home. Here you'll be at the heart of the day's activity. Close to the runners and riders in the Pre-Parade and Parade Ring and front row as the Royal Procession passes by the Grandstand. Please note that Queen Anne Enclosure entry tickets do not grant entry to the upper tiers of the Grandstand, which is reserved for Royalty and VIPs. After the last race is over, the celebrations continue with wonderful communal singing on the Bandstand lawn.

Queen Anne Enclosure Dress Code
Ladies within the Queen Anne Enclosure are encouraged to dress in a manner as befits a formal occasion and ladies are kindly asked to take note of the following:
[:] A hat, headpiece or fascinator should be worn at all times.
[:] Strapless dresses and tops are not permitted. Please note our definition of strapless includes off the shoulder, bardot style and one shoulder dresses.
[:] Trouser suits and jumpsuits must be full length and worn with a top that adheres to the guidelines above.
[:] Midriffs must be covered.
[:] Shorts are not permitted.

Gentlemen within the Queen Anne Enclosure are required to wear a suit with jacket and trousers of the same colour and pattern with a shirt and tie. Gentlemen are kindly asked to wear a tie at all times and to note that bow ties and cravats are not allowed. Socks must be worn.

Village Enclosure
Village Enclosure Dress Code
Ladies within the Village Enclosure are encouraged to dress in a manner as befits a formal outdoor occasion and ladies are kindly asked to take note of the following:
[:] A hat, headpiece or fascinator should be worn at all times.
[:] Strapless dresses and tops are not permitted. Please note our definition of strapless includes off the shoulder, bardot style and one shoulder dresses.
[:] Trouser suits and jumpsuits must be full length.
[:] Midriffs must be covered.
[:] Shorts are not permitted.

Please note, the Village Enclosure is largely an outdoor area and ladies should consider their hat size and choice of shoe accordingly. Smaller hats or fascinators and wedges are recommended in place of larger hats or stilettos.

Gentlemen in the Village Enclosure are required to wear a jacket, full length trousers, collared shirt and tie. Jeans, trainers and shorts are not permitted. Bow ties and cravats are not permitted.

Windsor Enclosure
Enjoy close-up views of the Royal Procession as it journeys past the stylish lawns of the Windsor Enclosure. This is the enclosure the horses past first on their way down the home straight when racing begins. It is here that the roar of the crowd starts in earnest, creating an unforgettable atmosphere. The atmosphere in the Windsor Enclosure is always vibrant with guests enjoying betting facilities, artisan food stalls, Champagne and Pimm's bars, and picnics on the lawn. From Thursday onwards, live music plays into the early evening.

Windsor Enclosure Dress Code
Whilst Ascot encourages racegoers to wear smart clothes, no formal dress code applies in the Windsor Enclosure except that replica sports shirts, fancy dress, novelty and branded or promotional clothing is not allowed and bare chests are not permitted at any time.

Please note that the Windsor Enclosure is a separate admission area that does not provide access to the Parade Ring or the main Grandstand area.




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Please note that as this information and itinerary is subject to change when circumstances beyond our control require change.