Coworth Park Ascot
Coworth Park Hotel &
Coworth Park, the sister Property of The Dorchester, is a five star country house hotel in Ascot, just next to Windsor Great Park. It is set on 240 acres of stunning parkland, which, in summer, offer up a hazy carpet of yellow, lavender and pink wild flowers.
Ascot, Virginia Water and Sunningdale are the closest railway stations – all under 10 minutes’ drive, while London is just a 45-minute journey by car.
Should you want to arrive by air, a helipad is available to resident guests.
Golf buggies are on hand to whisk guests around the property 24/7.
The main building, originally known as Coworth House, was built in 1776 for William Shepheard, a prosperous East India merchant. Today its look is modern-day country house mirroring seasons of the year: tones of butter, caramel, bronze and gold feature in public spaces and rooms.
A horse motif runs throughout the property: from the doors of bathrooms to humorous portraits of horses in the drawing room, to the line of gold-threaded hooves on bed linens which are only revealed after turndown service.
The grounds are beautifully maintained and worth a wonder (even if not on horseback).
The gardens are full of pools, lit with lanterns at night, benches and modern brass sculptures of women set among the foliage.
There are 30 main rooms in the central mansion house, and a further 41 rooms split across cottages and stables.
All are different, but are deeply cosseting, and have the same earthy tones and horse motifs as the public spaces.
Features could include a four-poster bed with posts shaped like branches, copper roll-top bathtubs and plump velvet chaise longues.
Big TVs invite films from the DVD collection (ask at reception), while Nespresso machines, filtered water and teas complete the set.
Dining:- Food and Drink
Dine at crisp white tables underneath a copper halo sculpture at the restaurant, which serves up modern, local British fare with French inflections, such as marinated langoustines and pork belly, Exmoor caviar, British wagyu beef and braised turbot. Experience the extraordinary care and attention, which allowed us to secure Michelin-starred status.
Breakfast in the main dining room is a smooth affair – no buffet here, just plates served straight to your table.
Go for the Country Breakfast, which begins with a pastry basket, toast, freshly squeezed juice and tea/coffee, and is followed up with a hot dish of your choosing.
The Barn, located in a separate building, is the more relaxed, casual dining option and perfectly suited to families – refectory tables, an open kitchen and outdoor seating in summer. The menu features souped-up comfort food such as fish pie, beer-battered haddock, burgers, steaks and risottos. Breakfast is also available here: either a continental buffet spread or hot dishes such as a full English, beans on toast or pancakes.
Value for Money
Accommodation from around £450.00 inclusive of VAT and Full English Breakfast for two
( This may fluctuate depending on the day of the week for your special celebration )
In order to make it special occasion, guests love to take the advantage of the fabulous dining around the Hotel.
Here is what’s on offer:
- The Restaurant Coworth Park – 3-course menu would be a supplement charge of £170.00 for a couple to the bedroom rate, no drinks included.
- The Barn – Three course menu would be a supplement charge of £98.00 for a couple to the bedroom rate, no drinks included.
- Drawing Room – Traditional Afternoon Tea would be a supplement charge of £70.00 for a couple or Champagne Afternoon Tea at £126.00 extra for a couple to the bedroom.
There is also plenty of activities on offer and just to mention few:- please see the list*:
- Horse riding lessons and hacks around the property
- Treatments at the Spa
- Mountain bike tours of the grounds
- Yoga and Pilates classes
*additional charge applicable for spa treatments and horse riding
Price Per Night