- The scenic route to five-star bliss. Cowarth Park is one of England’s most iconic 5-star country house hotels in Ascot. Coworth Park offers idyllic relaxation in many guises, from a rural detox to an indulgent, romantic escape. Here you’ll find an experience to refresh every sense within our welcoming oasis of calm.
- With 240 acres of picturesque parkland, an equestrian centre, polo fields, kids’ club and plenty of outdoor pursuits, Coworth Park has more than enough to keep even the most active guest entertained. Nearby you can also discover breathtaking vistas, cultural gems and heritage sites in the local Berkshire towns and countryside.
- Did you know we’re the only UK hotel to have our own polo fields? Run by the experts from Guards Polo Academy, it’s a chance to try a lesson, brush up on your skills, or perhaps simply sip cocktails from the comfort of the spectators’ ring.
- For guests looking to stay active, we have walking and jogging maps and offer laser clay pigeon shooting, mountain biking, tennis, and croquet on the upper lawn. You can also look forward to delicious picnics in your favourite area of the grounds.
- Michel Roux Sr called him ‘one to watch’, we call him a visionary. Adam Smith has been the creative force in our kitchens since 2016, earning Restaurant Coworth Park its first Michelin star. From pot washer to Master of the Culinary Arts, his story is one of passion, determination and extraordinary skill, revealed in every dish served at the hotel.
- Personally allocated to suit each guest, our range of rooms and suites reflect the pastoral idyll waiting beyond the window.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
Classical music and cuisine, open houses and art exhibitions; Windsor Autumn Festival features a flock of diary-worthy cultural dates. Expect exclusive dining experiences, folk concerts, guided historical walks and talks by some of Britain’s leading journalists and authors. Celebrating its 50th birthday, this year puts on an extra-special programme.
The second oldest Fringe in the country, the Windsor Fringe showcases up-and-coming performers and writers in a variety of venues across Windsor. Live musicians and shows from the UK and beyond cover everything from Shakespeare to Jazz, culminating in the presentation of the coveted Kenneth Branagh Award.
A popular agricultural fair, the annual Royal County of Berkshire Show attracts over 60,000 visitors each year. During its two-day run, guests are invited to peruse the flower tent, shop the crafts marquee, and enjoy falconry demonstrations, a gun dog performance and conservation talks.
Those wishing to brave zombies, ghosts and ghouls should head to Halloween Fright Nights at Thorpe Park, where more than ten live scare zones await. With the park’s chilling roller coasters and stomach-dropping rides open way past bedtime, there’s plenty of fun to be had. Enter at your peril.
Wimbledon heats up in a few months, and tennis enthusiasts can prepare for the big event by watching a friendly match at Hampton Court Palace. The first court was levelled in the grounds in the early 16th century, and King Henry VIII was known to enjoy the occasional volley here. Nowadays, it’s host to members of the Hampton Court Palace tennis club—keen players can apply to join.
A pride of colourful, super-sized lion sculptures will appear around the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead between August and October, commemorating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Queen Victoria and raising funds for charity. Discover impressive works of art, individually decorated by leading UK artists and designers.
Take to the water with Bray Lake Watersports. There are classes in everything from windsurfing and dinghy sailing to open water swimming and paddle sports, as well as special sessions tailored to younger water sports enthusiasts and private classes for those who’d benefit from some one-on-one training.
Guests of Coworth Park can enjoy access to Wentworth Club, one of the world’s finest golf and country clubs. An essential stop on the itinerary for golf enthusiasts of all levels, the estate houses three 18-hole championship courses (West, East and Edinburgh) and an excellent club house for that essential post-game beverage.
Put yesterday’s horse riding lessons to good use with practice games and chukkas at Guards Polo Academy. Whether starting from scratch or looking to develop your polo prowess, there’s a diverse selection of lesson options to suit all levels. If you’re lucky, you may even catch a game by expert teams from across the country.
Get some practice in ahead of your next ski holiday at Bracknell Ski Centre. The giant complex offers private and group skiing and snowboarding classes, as well as open practice sessions for seasoned skiers and boarders. The venue is also home to an Olympic-sized ice rink, for those who prefer skates.
Beautifully bred, well trained and immaculately presented horses are available for all abilities to ride across our 240 acre private estate.There is no end of opportunity to explore the beautiful Berkshire countryside from the unmistakable viewpoint of being on horseback. For those wishing to improve their riding ability further, we offer one-to-one or group lessons in basic riding, dressage and jumping on your own horses or on our selection of well trained schoolmaster horses and ponies.
The town of Ascot is most famous for its racecourse, which has seen the world’s greatest racehorses and riders compete on its track. An exhilarating experience for the whole family, there are several racing weekends throughout the year. Visit one of the popular ‘family racedays’ to enjoy child-friendly entertainment, rides and activities.
One of the most beautiful parks in this part of England, Windsor Great Park offers 4,800 acres of rolling countryside, forest trails, lakes, gardens and children’s playgrounds. With its colourful flower displays, The Savill Garden is a highlight for families, as is the Obelisk Lawn play area, which is packed with activities for pre-school-age children.
Teach your children about the history of the British Royal Family in a fun and interactive way at the 11th century Windsor Castle. Families can take advantage of free, action-packed activity trails and multimedia tours that take visitors on a journey through the castle and highlights such as Henry VII’s armour and Queen Mary’s Doll’s House. Visit on a Saturday to take part in special family activities.
One of the UK’s best-loved theme parks, Thorpe Park has a huge number of rides for all the family. From adult attractions like the famous ‘SAW – The Ride’, and teen favourites such as rapids, to child-friendly 4D experiences and rides including log flumes, dodgems, teacups and swinging ships, there’s something to entertain all age groups.
Housed in a striking Victorian building, Reading Museum showcases almost 500,000 fascinating objects from across the world. As well an exciting programme of exhibitions, the museum also offers a broad range of family activities, from free gallery trails to storytelling and arts and crafts workshops.
This beautiful and intimate Edwardian theatre offers a year-round programme of the highest quality shows. Theatre Royal Windsor’s wide repertoire ranges from traditional pantomime and much-loved classic plays, to the opening runs of new productions. One of the country’s leading theatres, this Windsor treasure is a charming spot for an evening out.
Located deep beneath the Berkshire countryside, the Hell-Fire Caves are steeped in history and, allegedly, paranormal activity. The network of winding passages stretches for over half a mile and leads explorers into historic chambers, underground halls and the impressive Inner Temple. The caves used to be owned by the notorious Hell-Fire Club, and visitors can discover underground exhibitions dedicated to this notorious group.
Built to challenge perceptions of rural England, the Museum of English Rural Life is dedicated to historical and contemporary country living from 1750 to today. The institution is packed full of interactive galleries dedicated to the environment, technology, culture and identity. With over 25,000 objects, 100,000 books and 1 million photos on display, there’s plenty to discover.
The scenic route to five-star bliss. Cowarth Park is one of England’s most iconic 5-star country house hotels in Ascot. Coworth Park offers idyllic relaxation in many guises, from a rural detox to an indulgent, romantic escape. Here you’ll find an experience to refresh every sense within our welcoming oasis of calm. Personally allocated to suit each guest, our range of rooms and suites reflect the pastoral idyll waiting beyond the window. Dining options include a fine dining restaurant, a brasserie, a bar, and a drawing room serving afternoon tea and cocktails. A spa offers an indoor pool, a gym and steam rooms, as well as its own stylish eatery.
With 240 acres of picturesque parkland, an equestrian centre, polo fields, kids’ club and plenty of outdoor pursuits, Coworth Park has more than enough to keep even the most active guest entertained. Nearby you can also discover breathtaking vistas, cultural gems and heritage sites in the local Berkshire towns and countryside. Did you know we’re the only UK hotel to have our own polo fields? Run by the experts from Guards Polo Academy, it’s a chance to try a lesson, brush up on your skills, or perhaps simply sip cocktails from the comfort of the spectators’ ring. For guests looking to stay active, we have walking and jogging maps and offer laser clay pigeon shooting, mountain biking, tennis, and croquet on the upper lawn. You can also look forward to delicious picnics in your favourite area of the grounds.
There are 30 main rooms in the central mansion house, and a further 40 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. The Dower House, a private, Grade II-listed, three-bedroomed cottage is also available. Big TVs invite films from the DVD collection (ask at reception), while Nespresso machines, filtered water and teas complete the set.
Stable Superior Room
Luxurious beds, the softest linen and unique touches which remind you of this room’s remarkable past life as a stable. Fluffy white towels and that incredible roll-top copper bathtub. Each thoughtful detail makes your bathroom a place of pure unadulterated pleasure.
Stable Deluxe Room
Some guests ask specifically for our stable rooms. There’s something so unique about sleeping in a room away from the main house, with all the luxuries which make it a stay of pure pleasure. A glorious roll-top bathtub is a welcome surprise when you open a bathroom door. We can assure you the experience is just as good as it looks. Just add bubbles.
Mansion House Superior Room
Country charm at every turn, with a luxurious bed embraced by the softest linens. It’s all yours – even just for tonight. The deep bathtub. The fluffy white robe. The enormous rainhead shower. This is a bathroom you’ll want to experience every wonderful part of.
Mansion House Deluxe Room
In the main house, where all the magic happens. Here your luxurious bed, the softest linen and lovely personal touches ensure your stay is one of pure pleasure. We’ve dedicated much of our time to making your bathroom every bit as wonderful as your bedroom. Fluffy white towels, cosy robes and a glorious rainhead shower make it an experience worth savouring.
Stable Junior Suite
Decorated like a traditional English country house, these welcoming suites feature an open-plan living room downstairs and a bedroom upstairs. Bare feet pad comfortably across under-floor heating. The fluffiest towels, the cosy robes, and a showerhead so big and powerful that it’s an experience in itself.
Mansion House Junior Suite
Stately high ceilings and elegant sash windows in a suite of quietly confident grandeur. Our freestanding copper bathtubs are perfectly at home here, in a place of blissful peace and tranquillity. We invite you to take your time enjoying every moment.
Mansion House Executive Suite
Stately high ceilings and elegant sash windows in a suite of quietly confident grandeur. ‘Stunning’ isn’t a word you’d normally associate with a bathroom. Prepare to be delighted.
Cottage Executive Suite
Open your door into a traditional English country house. These elegant suites feature a luxurious open-plan design with a sitting area, dining area and fireplace. Welcome home. There’s something so wonderfully indulgent about padding around your bathroom in a fluffy white robe. Underfloor heating, an enormous showerhead and a roll-top bath only add to the lovely experience.
Stable Premium Suite
Luxurious beds, the softest linen and those lovely personal touches that ensure your stay is one of pure pleasure. Warm fluffy towels await your embrace. Mitchell & Peach bubbles fill the room with an intoxicating fragrance of fresh herbs. This is how bathtime was always meant to be.
Gardener's East Cottage Suite
A crackling fire to keep things cosy, or a light-filled conservatory to enjoy the midst of summer. This is a cottage for all seasons. Your private terrace and garden provide your own constant place of serenity while the gorgeous bedroom keeps you firmly in a world of complete luxury. This is a room that deserves much of your time. Delight in your deep copper bathtub, a fluffy white robe, and Mitchell & Peach toiletries that smell just like fresh herbs from the garden.
Gardener's West Cottage Suite
With plenty of space and seclusion this cottage is a favourite with families looking for a bit of downtime together. And when the exact opposite is required, the layout across two floors allows for early bedtimes on one floor and late lie-ins on the other. You’ll find The Book of Idle Pleasures waiting in your bathroom. Slip into a deep bubble bath and you’ll soon see why this sums up the experience perfectly.
Mansion House Premium Suite
The spacious and sumptuous nature of these suites make them the perfect place for a special occasion, such as a bridal suite or anniversary celebration. In fact, the combination of the stylish interiors and wonderful views make every day something to celebrate. A glorious bathroom with all the luxuries you expect, and the personal touches you didn’t. Wrap up in your white fluffy robe and simply enjoy the feeling.
The Dower House
A unique and listed house of your very own, set amongst idyllic private gardens. The Dower House is a favourite with everyone who visits and her memory will linger long after you leave. The Dower House is a private cottage built in 1775. Grade II listed, it has been immaculately restored by Fox Lindon Associates who have honoured the legacy of the property’s Georgian history and origins. A stylish and enchanting English country escape. The bespoke, copper roll-top bathtubs take luxury to new heights. Your bathrooms are wonderfully spacious, filled with natural light and fragranced by the subtle aroma of Mitchell and Peach toiletries.
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. Service is whip-sharp, though steep prices befit its Michelin-starred status (three courses for £70; tasting menu £95 without wine pairings). 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 (smoked Manx kippers, pancakes, eggs anyway).
Restaurant Coworth Park
Proudly awarded the Michelin star of excellence, the relaxed elegance of Restaurant Coworth Park showcases a modern outlook on classic British dishes with stunning views across the rose terrace. We want to give you a feast for the eyes as well as the tastebuds. The burnished glory of this dramatic statement piece sets a tone of gilded elegance in the restaurant. Whether a guest, visitor or local to the area we’d love to welcome you in to experience the extraordinary care and attention that we’re famous for.
For a more relaxed and rustic dining experience, muddy boots are most welcome at The Barn, which offers a delicious brasserie-style menu of comfort food in an informal setting. Housed in the original barn frame, with rustic features such as a working stone fireplace, the design makes it perfect for all seasons. In winter it becomes the height of cosiness with the roaring fire, and in summer the wall of windows transforms the space with a flood of natural light. On warm days you can enjoy the full Coworth Park experience while you eat, dining on the sunny outdoor terrace surrounded by the calm greenery of the estate.
Indulge in our laid-back afternoon tea setting, enjoying the luminous sunshine or cosying up by the fireplace during the colder months. A classic tradition and a well-loved custom, celebrate with an afternoon of sandwiches, scones and delicate pastries. The perfect setting for a quaint and relaxing afternoon. Voted Best Traditional Afternoon Tea at the Afternoon Tea Awards 2018.
Designed to represent the winter months, the Drawing Room is a welcoming space of a conservatory perfect for those summer months, then cosy armchairs and deep sofas in front of fireplaces ideal for a colder winter’s day. It’s a room that makes you suddenly want a hot toddy, a few good friends and no good reason to leave.
To finish a spa day in style or simply enjoy a spot of peaceful indulgence, we like to remind our guests that ‘a little of what you love is good for you’. In a world of windows and airy freshness, this elegant and tranquil room reflects the calming influence of the spa around it. An intimate, relaxing space for quiet delight or indulgent treats. Our spa philosophy extends to The Spatisserie where we aim to exceed your expectations on every level. This is the perfect place to take a moment for yourself, alone or with friends, and to let us take care of you.
The Bar is a rare treat of sheer luxury and refreshing style, right here in the middle of the countryside. Pop in for a quick and quiet whiskey or a long night of creative cocktails and enjoy this secret jewel amongst rural bliss. Taste the rich spirit of our location in a special, seasonal cocktail every month. Something to add to the diary?
Coworth Park is the only hotel in Britain to have its own polo club and fields, which has a programme of tournaments. There’s also an equestrian centre with stables for 30 horses. The hotel has a partnership with nearby Wentworth Golf Club. The spa sits in timber and glass building, topped with a ‘living roof’ of thyme and lavender and set into the side of a hill. Facilities include a blue-lit pool with underwater music, steam rooms, mood showers and a gym. There are eight light-filled treatment rooms which offer a nicely edited treatment list by the likes of Carol Joy London, Kerstin Florian and Aromatherapy Associates. The Spatisserie serves up light lunch snacks such as salads and wraps.
Everyone needs a different kind of spa, because everyone is unique. Some want to pop in for a moment of luxury, to enjoy a treatment and get on with their day. Others long for a private, soothing space in which to find some therapeutic calm amongst the roar. We’ve crafted our space around every desire. Here you are free to find your own way to take time for yourself, whatever that may be. Our job is to make it happen, your way. Be relaxed or revitalised. For a moment to yourself. A soothing of the senses. Whatever you need, we’ll be waiting.
Atmospheric indoor pool (18 x 7.5 x 1.2m / 59 x 24 x 4ft) with natural light, amethyst sculptures, underwater music and relaxation loungers.