15/02/17 - Coworth Park, Dorchester Collection, Ascot
Speaker events at Coworth Park
Relax from the moment you discover Coworth Park's picturesque parkland. This luxurious country house hotel on the borders of Windsor Great Park is high-end style without the stuffiness. It's an idyllic place for a romantic retreat and a favourite with families seeking a relaxing break with a dash of adventure only 45 minutes drive from London. An understated palette of subtle colours lends an air of calm to the spacious rooms and suites. For Georgian style with an eccentric decorative flair, stay in the Mansion House. If you prefer a little more seclusion, opt for the self-contained converted Stables and Cottages.
Restaurant Coworth Park's Best of British menu shows true passion for the finest locally-sourced seasonal ingredients. If it's comfort food you favour, sample The Barn's rustic charm where diners are more than welcome to keep their muddy boots on. Take part in quintessentially English activities such as tennis, croquet, go horse riding or take polo lessons with Guards Polo Club on one of Coworth Park's two professional polo fields.
Visit Coworth Park for a variety of speaker events organised every month. Events start at 12 noon and cost 50 pounds per person, including a glass of champagne on arrival in the Drawing Room and a three-course lunch in Restaurant Coworth Park with a glass of wine, coffee and chocolates.
Join us on Wednesday March 1, 11-3pm, when House & Garden will be hosting "Colour in the Home", an illustrated, informal talk by Farrow & Ball's renowned international colour consultant Joa Studholme. Following Joa's inspirational guide to using colour, guests will enjoy a champagne reception and three-course lunch in Restaurant Coworth Park, where executive chef Adam Smith creates delicious seasonal food. Tickets cost 65 pounds each and include a glass of Champagne, lunch and wine, coffee and petit fours, as well as a gift bag. There will also be free entry into a draw for an individual Farrow & Ball colour consultation and a champagne tea for two created by head pastry chef Lucy Jones.