Ascot Ladies Day
Ascot Ladies Day 2021 and 2022
Thursday 17th June 2021 or Thursday 16th June 2022
Includes return coach travel with entry tickets to either Queen Anne Enclosure or Windsor Enclosure or Village Enclosure.
Please note - as of 31st March 2021:
Ascot have announced that they are looking to still operate in 2021 with reduced capacity and plan to ONLY open the Royal Enclosure and the Queen Anne Enclosure. Customers booked for the Village and Winsdor Enclosures will automatically be transferred and receive revised paperwork for 2022. Please bear with us whilst we deal with this.
We have premium coach passes for the Coach Park which allows us to park in fields very near the main stands. Arrival approx 12.00 depending on traffic diversions on the day. Passengers are welcome to bring own picnic hampers and fold out seats and have their picnic by the side of the coach. NO food will be provided by us. There will be no hostess service on board the coach. Alcohol cannot be consumed on the coach. Snacks, Seafood Bar, BBQ, Champagne Bar and soft drinks all available on-site at Ascot Racecourse.
QUEEN ANNE ENCLOSURE (PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS THE GRANDSTAND):
Over 1,000 free seats are available from which to view the racing.
Big Screen TVs on the Plaza Lawn.
Military Bands performing in the Parade Ring before the Royal Procession each day.
Traditional sing-along around the Bandstand after racing on each day. Free song books provided.
Food outlets selling a variety of value for money cuisine options.
Queen Anne Enclosure Admission Dress Code
Ladies are encouraged to dress in a manner that befits a formal occasion, and are kindly invited to take note of the following:
A hat, headpiece or fascinator should be worn at all times
Strapless or sheer strap dresses and tops are not permitted
Trousers must be full length and worn with a top that adheres to the above guidelines
Midriffs must be covered and shorts are not permitted
Gentlemen are required to wear a matching suit with a shirt and tie. Sports attire, jeans and shorts are strictly forbidden.
While still encouraging racegoers to dress for the occasion, the Dress Code here is certainly less formal while a combination of exciting street food, al fresco dining and live music
Village Enclosure Dress Code
The Dress Code is less formal than in the Queen Anne Enclosure. Ladies are required to wear a hat, and Gentlemen a suit and tie.
WINDSOR ENCLOSURE (PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS THE SILVER RING):
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 we encourage racegoers to wear smart clothing, no formal dress code applies.
Departure after final races approx 6.30pm It will be a late return due to Traffic leaving the venue and diversions.
Please note: we will be sending multiple coaches so when booking online, do choose the correct one for your pickup.
Any difficulties, do call us to check availability.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.