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Reader Holidays - Ladies' Day at Royal Ascot from Gazette & Herald
Departing June 2013
*Price shown: 19 Jun 2013 - HRA
Glamour and excitement
Royal Ascot is always a stylish affair, and Ladies' Day is definitely the day to 'see and be seen'. High fashion and high stakes add to the atmosphere of this, Britain's most popular race meeting.
What The Price Includes
- Coach travel throughout
- One night's bed and continental breakfast accommodation in a three-star hotel
- Admission to the Silver Ring Enclosure for Ladies' Day at Royal Ascot (upgrades available)
- A visit to central London
- The services of a Newmarket Tour Manager
- Government taxes and service charges
Single rooms are available for a supplement
Royal Ascot is the racing highlight of the summer season. With a 250-year history and GBP4.5 million in prize money on offer, its atmosphere is unique. You'll find the glamour and sophistication of high society mixed with the drama of the Gold Cup, the very best in flat-racing action.
Leaving the local area in the early morning we'll travel into Central London. Upon our arrival in the early afternoon, you'll be free to spend a few pleasant hours shopping and sightseeing before we continue to our overnight hotel.
After a leisurely start, we'll board the coach to Ascot. Admire the fashion statements, take lunch, study your race card and watch the Royal Party's carriages drive the course from the Golden Gate. At the end of the day, after an exciting afternoon's racing, we'll head for home, arriving back in the local area by late evening.
The advertised price includes a ticket for the Silver Ring Enclosure. For a supplement it is possible to upgrade your ticket to General Admission to the Grandstand and Paddock Enclosure (reserved seats not included).
The following hotels are offered with this holiday (subject to availability and supplementary pricing)
Three-star London Area Hotel
You will be staying in a good three-star hotel in the London area, such as the Courtyard by Marriott, Slough, the Heathrow Park or the Jarvis Hotel, Watford. All rooms will have private facilities, telephones, TV, tea- and coffee-making facilities, trouser presses and hairdryers. All the hotels will have good bar and restaurant facilities.Further Hotel Information »
You will be staying in a good three-star hotel in the London area, such as the Courtyard by Marriott, Slough, the Heathrow Park or the Jarvis Hotel, Watford. All rooms will have private facilities, telephones, TV, tea- and coffee-making facilities, trouser presses and hairdryers. All the hotels will have good bar and restaurant facilities.Hide Hotel Information »