Chester Racecourse Hospitality really does have something for everyone during the Boodles May Festival. With first class facilities, top class cuisine and an atmosphere that is to say the least electric you really do have to experience the magic that is the May Festival.
After months of preparing the turf, the horses, the jockeys and not to mention the racegoers outfits, the May Festival at Chester Racecourse sets the stage for it’s first races of the season. Part of the magic of Chester Racecourse is the people, who support their Racecourse and pack the streets of the City during the May Festival.
Highlights of the May Festival include City Day on the Wednesday, Ladies Day on the Thursday and the finale, the Chester Cup on the Friday.
Chester Racecourse offers a wonderful range of Hospitality options during the May Festival which include:
The Private Festival Chalets located centre course, are available in both viewing and non viewing locations and are perfect for larger parties needing a private facility during the May Festival. The Final Furlong Restaurant is perfect for smaller groups. Dine & View Trackside is positioned right on the rails where the ground shakes as the horses thunder past and offers smaller groups a shared trackside Viewing location. The White Horse Restaurant and the Turf Restaurant are both suitable for smaller groups at the May Festival
Whatever type of Hospitality, size of your party or budget we are sure to have the package to suit your requirements at the May Festival. Why not get in touch with us today and you can be assured of great service and advice.
Q: How much does it cost for Hospitality at the May Festival?
A: Hospitality Packages start from £199+vat
Q: Is there a Dress Code for Chester Racecourse?
A: Chester Racecourse operates a strict Dress Code: Gentlemen are required to wear a well-tailored suit or a blazer or sports jacket, with smart trousers, together with a shirt, collar and tie. Ladies are required to wear a dress, Skirt or smart trouser suit ( no excessively revealing clothing ). No denim jeans of any colour, no trainers, no sportswear and no fancy dress will be permitted.
Q: When is ladies day at the May Festival?
A: Ladies Day will be the Wednesday of the Festival in 2020, click here for more information on ladies day events.
Q: What time should I arrive for Hospitality?
A: Typically gates will open two hours prior to the first race, normally 11.30am on a daytime fixture and 4:30pm on an evening fixture.
|Friday||09/07/2021||Ladies & Gents Evening|
|Saturday||10/07/2021||City Plate Day|
|Friday||10/09/2021||Autumn Festival Friday|
|Saturday||11/09/2021||Autumn Festival Saturday|
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What an amazing day we had. The team looked after our group very well indeed.
We have already booked again for next year