Ride Like Royalty: Horse Drawn Carriage Ride & Afternoon Tea For Two With Ascot Carriages And Oakley Court

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Ride Like Royalty: Horse Drawn Carriage Ride & Afternoon Tea For Two With Ascot Carriages And Oakley Court

Windsor, Berkshire

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“The hotel’s Victorian façade is a true Gothic beauty” Condé Nast Johansens

Why we love it

Experience a taste of historic royal life with an elegant horse-drawn carriage through Windsor Great Park. Originating by Queen Victoria herself in 1849, this traditional mode of transport is an unforgettable royal experience of yesteryear. After your ride through Windsor Great Park enjoy an afternoon tea on the banks of the River Thames at Oakley Court; just a stone’s throw away of the The Royal Residence, the 1859 Grade II listed building has played host to her Majesty the Queen herself.

What's Included?

  • Experience an elegant horse drawn carriage ride and afternoon tea for two people with Ascot Carriages & Oakley Court
  • Enjoy a unique 50-minute journey through Windsor Great Park, learning interesting historical facts from your carriage driver
  • Experience the award-winning champagne afternoon tea of luxurious Victorian countryside hotel, Oakley Court
  • Sip on a crisp glass of bubbly along the bank of the River Thames
  • Savour a selection of finger sandwiches, scones, homemade cakes and fancies

Description

If you’re looking for an afternoon of everything British, Oakley Court in Windsor is the ultimate destination. Mere minutes from Her Majesty’s Royal Residence, the unique Victorian style hotel is complete with everything English, from the River Thames to the an award-winning polo team. Experience the romances of Victorian life with an exclusive seat in a horse-drawn carriage, a British tradition of the past 165 years.

Adorned with grimacing gargoyles and decorative turrets, the hotel’s Gothic architecture is the film set for a number of classics, from Dracula to The Rocky Horror Picture Show. More recently, the building has featured in the Oscar and BAFTA-winning film, The Theory of Everything. Maintaining its Gothic charm, the hotel houses an impressive selection of activities, including a fitness centre, 2-AA Rosette fine dining restaurant, bar and golf course.

Running tours since 2009, Ascot Carriages provides elegant ride through Windsor Great Park at a leisurely pace, time for you to take in your historic surroundings. Your carriage driver will divulge some lesser known facts about the Royal Park and the Ancient Woodlands. Pass by the Diamond Jubilee Arbour, unveiled by Her Majesty the Queen in 2012, as you’re pulled by your well-mannered carriage horse, Henry or Delwyn.

It’s time to pop the cork as you sip on glass of champagne on the banks of the River Thames. Oakley Court’s renowned champagne afternoon tea includes an assortment of delectable treats, from freshly-made finger sandwiches to homemade cakes and fancies. Fresh from the oven, smother a light and fluffy golden scone with homemade seasonal jam, finished with a dollop of clotted cream.

Description

If you’re looking for an afternoon of everything British, Oakley Court in Windsor is the ultimate destination. Mere minutes from Her Majesty’s Royal Residence, the unique Victorian style hotel is complete with everything English, from the River Thames to the an award-winning polo team. Experience the romances of Victorian life with an exclusive seat in a horse-drawn carriage, a British tradition of the past 165 years.

Adorned with grimacing gargoyles and decorative turrets, the hotel’s Gothic architecture is the film set for a number of classics, from Dracula to The Rocky Horror Picture Show. More recently, the building has featured in the Oscar and BAFTA-winning film, The Theory of Everything. Maintaining its Gothic charm, the hotel houses an impressive selection of activities, including a fitness centre, 2-AA Rosette fine dining restaurant, bar and golf course.

Running tours since 2009, Ascot Carriages provides elegant ride through Windsor Great Park at a leisurely pace, time for you to take in your historic surroundings. Your carriage driver will divulge some lesser known facts about the Royal Park and the Ancient Woodlands. Pass by the Diamond Jubilee Arbour, unveiled by Her Majesty the Queen in 2012, as you’re pulled by your well-mannered carriage horse, Henry or Delwyn.

It’s time to pop the cork as you sip on glass of champagne on the banks of the River Thames. Oakley Court’s renowned champagne afternoon tea includes an assortment of delectable treats, from freshly-made finger sandwiches to homemade cakes and fancies. Fresh from the oven, smother a light and fluffy golden scone with homemade seasonal jam, finished with a dollop of clotted cream.

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

The carriage ride is available all year round:

  • On selected dates between 11am and 2.30pm, except on Sundays

Afternoon tea is available:

  • Monday to Friday, 1pm to 4.30pm, Saturday and Sunday, 12.30pm to 4.30pm

Other Useful Information

This experience is not available on bank holidays and other special occasion days.

No cancellations or amendments to bookings are possible once booking is confirmed.

In case of poor weather, the carriage ride may be cancelled or rescheduled for a future date.

The distance between the venues is approximately 8 miles. Please allow 25 minutes to get to Oakley Court by car.

The afternoon tea menu is subject to seasonal change and availability. Please state any dietary requirements at the time of booking.

Service charge is not included; this is left to guests’ discretion on the day.

Any additional products or services consumed can be paid for on-site.

All bookings are subject to availability. We recommend booking at least 2 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

The carriage ride is available all year round:

  • On selected dates between 11am and 2.30pm, except on Sundays

Afternoon tea is available:

  • Monday to Friday, 1pm to 4.30pm, Saturday and Sunday, 12.30pm to 4.30pm

Other Useful Information

This experience is not available on bank holidays and other special occasion days.

No cancellations or amendments to bookings are possible once booking is confirmed.

In case of poor weather, the carriage ride may be cancelled or rescheduled for a future date.

The distance between the venues is approximately 8 miles. Please allow 25 minutes to get to Oakley Court by car.

The afternoon tea menu is subject to seasonal change and availability. Please state any dietary requirements at the time of booking.

Service charge is not included; this is left to guests’ discretion on the day.

Any additional products or services consumed can be paid for on-site.

All bookings are subject to availability. We recommend booking at least 2 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

What's Included?

  • Experience an elegant horse drawn carriage ride and afternoon tea for two people with Ascot Carriages & Oakley Court
  • Enjoy a unique 50-minute journey through Windsor Great Park, learning interesting historical facts from your carriage driver
  • Experience the award-winning champagne afternoon tea of luxurious Victorian countryside hotel, Oakley Court
  • Sip on a crisp glass of bubbly along the bank of the River Thames
  • Savour a selection of finger sandwiches, scones, homemade cakes and fancies

Why we love it

Experience a taste of historic royal life with an elegant horse-drawn carriage through Windsor Great Park. Originating by Queen Victoria herself in 1849, this traditional mode of transport is an unforgettable royal experience of yesteryear. After your ride through Windsor Great Park enjoy an afternoon tea on the banks of the River Thames at Oakley Court; just a stone’s throw away of the The Royal Residence, the 1859 Grade II listed building has played host to her Majesty the Queen herself. Read full description

Description

If you’re looking for an afternoon of everything British, Oakley Court in Windsor is the ultimate destination. Mere minutes from Her Majesty’s Royal Residence, the unique Victorian style hotel is complete with everything English, from the River Thames to the an award-winning polo team. Experience the romances of Victorian life with an exclusive seat in a horse-drawn carriage, a British tradition of the past 165 years.

Adorned with grimacing gargoyles and decorative turrets, the hotel’s Gothic architecture is the film set for a number of classics, from Dracula to The Rocky Horror Picture Show. More recently, the building has featured in the Oscar and BAFTA-winning film, The Theory of Everything. Maintaining its Gothic charm, the hotel houses an impressive selection of activities, including a fitness centre, 2-AA Rosette fine dining restaurant, bar and golf course.

Running tours since 2009, Ascot Carriages provides elegant ride through Windsor Great Park at a leisurely pace, time for you to take in your historic surroundings. Your carriage driver will divulge some lesser known facts about the Royal Park and the Ancient Woodlands. Pass by the Diamond Jubilee Arbour, unveiled by Her Majesty the Queen in 2012, as you’re pulled by your well-mannered carriage horse, Henry or Delwyn.

It’s time to pop the cork as you sip on glass of champagne on the banks of the River Thames. Oakley Court’s renowned champagne afternoon tea includes an assortment of delectable treats, from freshly-made finger sandwiches to homemade cakes and fancies. Fresh from the oven, smother a light and fluffy golden scone with homemade seasonal jam, finished with a dollop of clotted cream.

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Description

If you’re looking for an afternoon of everything British, Oakley Court in Windsor is the ultimate destination. Mere minutes from Her Majesty’s Royal Residence, the unique Victorian style hotel is complete with everything English, from the River Thames to the an award-winning polo team. Experience the romances of Victorian life with an exclusive seat in a horse-drawn carriage, a British tradition of the past 165 years.

Adorned with grimacing gargoyles and decorative turrets, the hotel’s Gothic architecture is the film set for a number of classics, from Dracula to The Rocky Horror Picture Show. More recently, the building has featured in the Oscar and BAFTA-winning film, The Theory of Everything. Maintaining its Gothic charm, the hotel houses an impressive selection of activities, including a fitness centre, 2-AA Rosette fine dining restaurant, bar and golf course.

Running tours since 2009, Ascot Carriages provides elegant ride through Windsor Great Park at a leisurely pace, time for you to take in your historic surroundings. Your carriage driver will divulge some lesser known facts about the Royal Park and the Ancient Woodlands. Pass by the Diamond Jubilee Arbour, unveiled by Her Majesty the Queen in 2012, as you’re pulled by your well-mannered carriage horse, Henry or Delwyn.

It’s time to pop the cork as you sip on glass of champagne on the banks of the River Thames. Oakley Court’s renowned champagne afternoon tea includes an assortment of delectable treats, from freshly-made finger sandwiches to homemade cakes and fancies. Fresh from the oven, smother a light and fluffy golden scone with homemade seasonal jam, finished with a dollop of clotted cream.

Opening Times

Carriage Ride: Available year-round on selected dates between 11am and 2.30pm, except on Sundays Oakley Court: Afternoon Tea is served Monday to Friday, 1pm to 4.30pm; Saturday and Sunday, 12.30pm to 4.30pm

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

The carriage ride is available all year round:

  • On selected dates between 11am and 2.30pm, except on Sundays

Afternoon tea is available:

  • Monday to Friday, 1pm to 4.30pm, Saturday and Sunday, 12.30pm to 4.30pm

Other Useful Information

This experience is not available on bank holidays and other special occasion days.

No cancellations or amendments to bookings are possible once booking is confirmed.

In case of poor weather, the carriage ride may be cancelled or rescheduled for a future date.

The distance between the venues is approximately 8 miles. Please allow 25 minutes to get to Oakley Court by car.

The afternoon tea menu is subject to seasonal change and availability. Please state any dietary requirements at the time of booking.

Service charge is not included; this is left to guests’ discretion on the day.

Any additional products or services consumed can be paid for on-site.

All bookings are subject to availability. We recommend booking at least 2 weeks in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

How it works

  • Choose your experience

    Treat yourself or share with someone you truly care about.

  • We arrange everything

    Our concierge will arrange everything, even the little extras.

  • Relax and enjoy

    Simply show up and savour the memory that will last a lifetime.

Ride Like Royalty: Horse Drawn Carriage Ride & Afternoon Tea For Two With Ascot Carriages And Oakley Court

  • Add an extra guest +
    £101