Ascot Racecourse Hospitality - Carriages 

Watch a roaring crowd come to life as the horses thunder towards you down the final straight. Set apart from the Grandstand, Carriages – named after the famous landaus that brings Her Majesty The Queen to Royal Ascot each day - is a light and airy restaurant housed on the top floor of a luxury marquee. It has a spectacular balcony giving you a head on view of the Winning Post and final straight.

Private tables are available for groups of 10 or 12 guests with smaller numbers accommodated on a shared basis (option to reserve a private table for smaller group sizes for an additional cost).

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