Book Royal Ascot Package Now! You can book online and secure your place for just £90 which includes Windsor enclosure ticket, return bus from London, Welcome drink, hearty breakfast, lots to drink on the bus and free entry to our After Party!
Ladies dust off your fascinators, gents iron your best shirt… We are heading to the UK’s most famous race meet Royal Ascot! You’ll spend the day watching the races, drinking sparkling wine and marvelling at all the outfits. Once done it’s time to hop back on the bus to our official afterparty, as we always have the biggest party outside the party!
Ascot Racecourse is a British racecourse, located in Ascot, Berkshire, England. This racecourse has been used for many years to hold many thoroughbred horse racing events. Ascot racecourse one of the leading racecourses in the United Kingdom, hosting nine of Britain’s 32 annual Group 1 horse races.
Breakfast and welcome drink, Windsor Enclosure ticket, return bus, bottle of bubbly on the bus, free entry to the after party and awesome crew who love to party with you
Clapham Grand £90
Breakfast and welcome drink, All Blacks v Lions on the big screens, Windsor Enclosure ticket, return bus, bottle of bubbly on the bus, free entry to the after party and awesome crew who love to party with you.
Notes: We have a mixture of vintage double deckers and modern coaches.
Please remember to bring your own picnic food for when you head into the race course, this must be in a hamper or cool bag. Sparkling wine is the only alcohol permitted. Please also bring cash with you as it can be difficult to get money out when you are there.
What should I wear?
The dress code is pretty formal. In the silver ring, there is no set dress code. A few dont’s: fancy dress, novelty and branded / promotional clothing and replica sports shirts are not allowed.
What time does the bus head to the afterparty?
Around 18:30 we’ll head to the afterparty.
What is breakfast?
Yummy croissants with cheese and ham or veggie option.
Do women need to wear a hat or fascinator to get in?
Officially you don’t need to, but it’s kind of considered rude not to.