Website for the over 60s   November 2017
 Food and Drink
Health & Wellbeing
Christmas Gifts
Travel & Holidays
 Entertainment & Books
Competitions & Letters


 Chat and Socialise
Retirement & Hobbies
 Beauty & Hair Styles

Fashion & Accessories
Pet Care
Homes & Gardens

 Our Friends


Cannonier Hotel Refurbishment in Mauritius Resort

Cannonier Hotel in Mauritius

Beachcomber Resorts & Hotels, the luxury hotel group with eight properties in Mauritius, is proud to announce the reopening of Canonnier Beachcomber Golf Resort & Spa.

French interior designers, Paule de Romeuf and Amélie Montocchio, worked together to ensure that after several months Canonnier's doors have reopened to reveal a completely transformed resort.

Cannonier boasts commanding views over the northern islands and Indian Ocean

Canonnier boasts commanding views over the northern islands and sparkling Indian Ocean and the Beachcomber team has successfully blended these breathtaking surroundings with the resort's interiors.

Guests staying at the revamped Canonnier Golf Resort & Spa will enjoy the new rooms draped in soft linen with the natural feel of rattan, wood and raffia that reflect the vegetation and gardens of the resort's grounds.

New lighting in all the rooms reflects Beachcomber's desire to create harmony between the exterior and interior of the resort

New lighting in all the rooms reflects Beachcomber's desire to create harmony between the exterior and interior of the resort, which plays an essential role in creating the resort's peaceful and serene atmosphere. Guests can rest assured that top quality materials were carefully selected for all aspects of the hotel to respect nature and the environment, as well as ensuring complete comfort and luxury.

At Canonnier there is plenty to explore once guests have settled in to their luxurious rooms. A unique feature of the resort is its wellness centre built in the branches of a 100-year-old banyan tree where therapists soothe body and mind. Evoking a small tree house, Canonnier's spa provides an authentic tropical hideaway for guests wishing to escape the stresses of daily life.

At Canonnier there is plenty to explore once guests have settled in to their luxurious rooms

This haven of peace and relaxation now features a new low stone wall that recalls the lighthouse that once stood in the resort's tropical gardens, whilst the spa now also includes a sauna, hammam and fitness room. The resort's swimming pool has also been refurbished to feature mosaic tiles that create a lagoon effect where the water shimmers a sparkling blue-green.

For guests seeking a more active holiday, there is a wide range of land and water sports available. From tennis, volleyball and mountain biking to diving and snorkelling, there is something for everyone. The only golf course in the north of the island is also just 700 metres away and offers a very special welcome to hotel guests.

Water sports are available at Cannonier Hotel

Cannonier's fantastic transformation reflects the combination of experience and careful thought that has gone into creating a resort that is perfectly balanced between luxury and comfort. With all of these exciting new improvements guests will need to get in quickly to be among the first to experience the revamped resort and to enjoy their own Beachcomber holiday filled with relaxation, indulgence and spectacular surroundings.

Nightly rates start at Canonnier Golf Resort & Spa start from £80pp on a half board basis. For further information on Beachcomber Resorts & Hotels, call Beachcomber on 01483 445 685 or visit

Early Bird Deal at Dukes London

Dukes London

Dukes London is offering the perfect present this Christmas with an exclusive Black Friday deal. Get your (ice) skates on and book a room via the hotel on Black Friday - the 24th November 2017 - and early birds will receive up to 40% off!

This generous discount is available for guests wishing to stay at Dukes from the 1st January to 31st March 2018, giving the gift of the perfect escape from the mid-winter blues and ensuring your other half or closest friend has something to look forward to after the New Year.

Guests arriving in 2018 will be the first to experience the newly refurbished bedrooms – part of a multimillion pound project in collaboration with DesignLSM – and can eat to their hearts content at the stylish GBR, Nigel Mendham's smart restaurant adjacent to the hotel that specialises in 'Great British' food.

The bedrooms have been refurbished at Dukes London

It's both a luxurious and savvy choice for a post-Christmas break with something for everyone; whether you're after a weekend's shopping in the sales - and with Harrods, Selfridges and Bond Street all within walking distance, the location couldn't be more convenient. Or, if you're keen on a short stay away from home for some peace and quiet after the chaos of the festive season, you can make full use of Dukes' 'Beditation Butler', a specialised mindfulness service that helps you relax and switch off after a hectic day.

Tucked away in the quiet lanes of St James' in Mayfair, Dukes is a fabulous choice for a celebration – from Valentine's Day to birthdays and wedding anniversaries, Dukes' Black Friday offer is a deal that will go down a treat with your loved one. Sip martinis at the hotel's world-famous Dukes Bar and then head off for dinner à deux at GBR – and with the hotel's proximity to the biggest and brightest West End shows, it's the perfect city break for a dreamy weekend away.

Dukes Hotel

What's more, the offer extends until the end of March and includes Mother's Day, so get one step ahead and book your mum in for a special treat on Sunday 11th March for a weekend of museums, galleries and shopping, with a specially planned Dukes picnic in the park if Spring has sprung. Don't miss out on this very special offer – available for only 24 hours on the 24th November 2017!

Nightly rates at Dukes London in a Dukes room start from £320 inclusive of VAT and breakfast.

For details visit

Hop Across the Channel with DFDS

Hop Acroos the Channel with DFDS

Leaving summer behind needn't fill you with dread. A hop across the Channel to the Continent can bring warm temperatures, fewer crowds and lower prices, all just a short-haul ferry crossing away. Making the journey simple and affordable, DFDS is offering return crossings from Dover to Calais or Dunkirk this Autumn from just £35 on bookings made from now until 10th December 2017.

To inspire those wanting to explore what Europe has to offer during this vibrantly coloured season, DFDS has compiled a selection of driving itineraries, from day trips to short breaks.

France in a day

The Northern regions of France boast some of the country's most fascinating towns and landscapes, with history dating back to the Roman invasion.

A costal crusade along the Opal Coast offers 120km of coastline featuring pine forests, beautiful greenery and rich expanses of farmland – perfect for hiking to catch some of the best views across the Channel. Head to Boulogne for some fine dining in one of 200 restaurants and for a taste of medieval architecture and take a look at the Basilica of Notre-Dame. Following that, a short drive along the coast takes you to 1920s glamour in the seaside resort of Le Touquet – known for featuring in Ian Fleming's novel Casino Royale.

Return, same-day crossing start from £35 for a car with up to nine passengers.

Three day trips to France or Belgium

Spend a little longer across the Channel and discover France's historical heritage and striking architecture in the medieval town of Lille, or the amazing natural landscapes, World War II sites and eponymous Bayeux tapestry in Normandy.

Across the border into Belgium and the UNESCO World Heritage listed city of Bruges is charming as ever, with cobbled lanes, elegant squares, atmospheric churches and romantic canals to explore. Markets and boutique shops sell everything from beer to lace – not forgetting the ever-famous Belgian chocolate!

Return, three-day trips start from £59 for a car with up to nine passengers.

Five day trips to France, Belgium, Luxembourg or Germany

A longer stay gives you the ultimate freedom to explore more of Europe on a short break with the choice to venture south to the heartlands of France, North into Belgium, or West into Germany's famous Rhine and Moselle valleys.

The Champagne Route Tour gives travellers the ultimate champagne and wine tasting experience. From Reims – the jewel in the crown of the Champagne region and home to some of the most famous champagne producers – drive on through vineyard-clad hills to Epernay, home of G.H. Mumm before continuing to Troyes, which is a medieval treasure trove. Watch the grapes being harvested and pressed, or the champagne being blended as you explore this beautiful region's scenery and world-class French cuisine.

In Belgium, Brussels is home to over 40 museums, with a diverse range of culture from fine art to the Belgian Comic Strip Centre, which tells the story of Tin Tin! The spectacular Grand Place is a must-see, and the town square is packed with beautiful Flemish architecture.

Though small, Luxembourg is packed with fairy-tale charm. Located just 139 miles south of Brussels, The Old Town of Luxembourg City is UNESCO-listed for its beauty, and the Wenzel Walk gives you the perfect chance to see it all.

Further east in Germany, the Rhine and Moselle Valleys are among the country's most naturally beautiful regions with lush countryside and vineyards producing some of Germany's best wine. Head to Koblenz first, where the Rhine and Moselle meet, and enjoy stunning views across both valleys. The winemaking town of Rudesheim am Rhein is only a short drive away and part of the Rhine Gorge UNESCO World Heritage site. Finish your road trip in Mainz, the capital of the Rhineland-Palatinate, which is filled with history and is even the home to the first ever printed Bible, in the city's famous Gutenberg Museum – a bookworm's haven.

Return, five-day trips start from £69 for a car with up to nine passengers.

DFDS offers up to 56 daily sailings on its Dover to Dunkirk and Dover to Calais ferry services. The ships café's serving hot and cold drinks plus light snacks; a self-service restaurant offering hot and cold meals; a shop with up to 20% off high-street prices on fragrances, skin care and cosmetics, plus a range of travel essentials and duty-paid goods; and a Kidz Club children's play area that provides entertainment and activities for children during the holiday period. All of the company's ships also feature a premium lounge, which can be booked for an additional £12 per person each way.

For more information, or to book an autumn short break, visit

Travel & Holidays

Silver Travel Prize Draw


Win a Short Break in a Luxury Woodland Lodge with Forest Holidays

At Silver Travel Advisor you can find a wealth of information, impartial reviews written by people like you, as well as suggestions, ideas and destination reports about travel for the over 50’s.

If you have any questions, a team of experienced Advisors who are retired travel professionals are ready to assist at no charge. And you can share your own experiences too by writing reviews.

It's easy to enter our prize draw with Silver Travel Advisor.

   November Prize Draw

Win a Short Break in a Luxury Woodland Lodge with Forest Holidays

      Win a Short Break in a
    Luxury Woodland Lodge

This month our prize winner, along with up to three companions, will win a short break in a luxury woodland lodge, thanks to our partners, Forest Holidays

With nine locations across England and Scotland, from Argyll to Cornwall, Norfolk to Gloucestershire, you’ll be able to enjoy the delights of Forestry Commission land and the beautiful natural woodlands they look after.  Each of the forests have a range of lodges, well spaced out in the midst of trees, with a private deck and many with their own hot tub; a relaxing treat offering utter relaxation. 

Our winner will take up to four visitors (including themselves) for a three day weekend or four day midweek break, staying in a luxury Silver Birch lodge, which is well equipped and beautifully appointed.  You might be in a rural setting however the latest technology is available as are many other treats – in-cabin spa treatments, prosecco and chocolate deliveries, pizza or brunch eat-ins and more.  You can even take your dog too, ensuring the whole family can share quality time together!

A whole range of activities are on offer too: try archery, enjoy a twilight ranger walk to spot wildlife, enjoy a woodland survival afternoon or simply take bikes and enjoy the trails through the forest.  There’s an onsite bar and café too, as well as a shop providing good food and excellent wine/drinks. 

Get back to nature with all the comforts you could ask for and gently unwind together!

Read about one multi-generational family trip to the Forest of Dean.    

Click here to find out more about
Forest Holidays.

  Enter the Prize Draw

Win a Short Break in a Luxury Woodland Lodge with Forest Holidays

     Terms & Conditions

See for more details as well as terms & conditions and the growing list of holiday prize winners 

 To Enter the Competition
      Click on
Enter Now


The Most Beautiful Terrace in Basel

The Grand Hotel Les Trois Rois boasts a wonderful terrace

Located right on the banks of the Rhine, the Grand Hotel Les Trois Rois boasts a wonderful terrace. Entirely remodelled in early summer, the Rhine terrace is now once again resplendent.

The design concept and its execution are the work of none other than Enzo Enea, landscape architect of international renown.

The Grand Hotel Les Trois Rois boasts a wonderful terrace

Acer japonicum shrubs in elegant pots stand symmetrically arrayed with the building itself, further enhancing the Grand Hotel's classicistic architecture. Classically modern wooden furniture and taupe-coloured cushions decorate the dining and lounge area.

On golden autumn days too, this delightful outdoor area is ideal for unwinding and whiling away the hours with a cup of Les Trois Rois tea while savouring the wonderful views of the Rhine.

The Grand Hotel Les Trois Rois boasts a wonderful terrace

One section of the terrace accommodates the Restaurant Cheval Blanc by Peter Knogl (3 Michelin stars and 19 GaultMillau points); the other offers bar guests the opportunity to enjoy drinks and snacks in a cosy lounge area.

Enzo Enea is a qualified industrial designer with an international reputation established through works that feature a symbiotic combination of indoor and outdoor areas. After taking over his father's company, which specialised in garden decoration, he founded Enea GmbH in 1996.

The Grand Hotel Les Trois Rois boasts a wonderful terrace

Enea currently employs a workforce of 160 staff at the company headquarters in Rapperswil-Jona and at offices in Zurich, Miami and New York. Numerous national and international awards have punctuated his life's work.

For more information about the Grand Hotel Les Trois Rois visit the website at

Explore Europe on Foot with HF Holidays

Explore Venice with HL Holidays

After HF Holidays has put together several itineraries where visitors can experience Europe on foot in just four days. Experience the diverse culture, heritage and urban landscapes of some of the continent's most beautiful cities with sightseeing walks every day, whilst uncovering key places of interest.

From the popular city of Dubrovnik to the cosmopolitan capital Barcelona, all guided city breaks include centrally located accommodation, a full programme of sightseeing each day, and the services of experienced HF Holidays leaders.

Highlights of HF Holidays' European City Breaks include:

Guided city break to Dubrovnik

Explore the capital of the Seven Kingdoms, otherwise known as Dubrovnik, now a must-see destination thanks to the popular TV show, Game of Thrones. A guided break to this stunning city is the ideal way to explore the Pearl of the Adriatic. Visit the Old Town and walk the 16th century city walls, enjoy the shops and restaurants in the pedestrianised Stradun and visit the neighbouring island of Lokrum. Holiday highlights include visits to the Franciscan Monastery, Dubrovnik Cathedral, Rector's Palace and a cable car journey to Mount Srd for panoramic views over the city and coast.

Guided city break to Krakow

Discover one of Europe's hidden gems on a guided break to Poland's former capital. Wander through medieval town squares visiting Wawel Hill, the Royal Castle and explore the Cloth Hall in the Old Town. Your expert guide will lead you through the astonishing Wieliczka Salt Mines and the old Jewish quarter to learn about the city's history, along with the poignant Auschwitz-Birkenau. Stay at hotel Maksymilian, conveniently located just 600m from Krakow's main square, making it a great base to explore one of Europe's most exquisite treasures.

Guided city break to Barcelona

Embrace Catalan culture in the vibrant city of Barcelona and explore its abundance of art and, parks in its attractive coastal location. Discover all things Gaudí from the towering Sagrada Famílía to the colourful Parc Güell and the famous Casa Milà. Wander down tree-lined boulevards and along the harbour, and explore Montjuic, home of the Barcelona Olympics. Foodies will love this city, with a host of culinary delights to sample from fideuà, paella's noodle cousin, to crema catalana, the ancestor of creme brulée.

Guided city Break to Berlin

Discover a wealth of cultural and historical sites on this jam-packed break to Berlin. Begin the tour seeing some of the city's most iconic sights, from The Reichstag and the mighty Brandenburg Gate to the largest palace in Berlin, Charlottenburg. A visit here wouldn't be complete without stopping by Checkpoint Charlie and the Berlin Wall. Enjoy sightseeing on foot as you take a look around the remarkable Jewish Museum, Neue Synagogue and the Reichstag Dome.

Guided city break to Venice

Forget the gondola rides as you discover the beauty of Venice on foot. Led by an expert leader, discover Venice's magical aura with its maze of canals, awe-inspiring architecture and medieval vibes. View the city from the waterways as you hop between the islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello. Visit St Mark's Square with its Basilica and Doge's Palace and walk across the stunning Rialto Bridge, the oldest bridge across the Grand Canal.

For more information about these holidays visit the website at

Festive Breaks at Luxury Family Hotels

Take a well earned break at Christmas with Luxury Family Hotels

After the madness that December brings, with shopping, school plays and festive celebrations, guests can enjoy the delights of a family Christmas without having to do any of the hard work! For guests who want to celebrate New Year without worrying about childcare, then the New Year packages will be perfect, and for those needing down-time in between the major festivities, then the recharger breaks offer the chance to chill out in sumptuous surroundings.

During the festive season, each hotel will provide activities and games for the younger guests, two-hours free childcare a day in the Ofsted-registered Den, a games' room for older kids and free baby listening services as well as plenty of entertainment for the parents. Hotels breaks include:

Christmas in a magnificent stately home: The Ickworth, Bury St Edmunds

A magnificent stately home hotel, set in over 1,800 acres of National Trust parkland, The Ickworth is a stunning setting for a seasonal break. With the twinkling of the Christmas tree lights and the flickering of the open fires, families of all ages will enjoy a traditional Christmas.

Christmas packages start from just £1,499 per room for a three-night dinner, bed and breakfast break with all the trimmings. New Year Break rates are from £1,199 for a two-night package.

Christmas at Polurrian Bay, Cornwall

Take a well earned break at Christmas with Luxury Family Hotels

For Christmas with a spectacular sea view, there will be no better place to stay than at the Polurrian Bay Hotel this December. It really will be the season to be jolly; from the afternoon tea, mulled wine and carol singing on Christmas Eve afternoon; to the candlelit dinner for parents while the kids are enjoying a festive movie.

Christmas rates are from £1,010 for a three-night dinner inclusive package. Recharger Break rates are from £485 per room for a two-night package, based upon two adults sharing on a bed and breakfast basis. New Year Break rates are from £590 for a two-night package.

Christmas in Cornwall at Fowey Hall

Guests at Fowey Hall will enjoy a warm Cornish welcome this festive season. A grand Queen Anne mansion thought to be the original inspiration for Toad Hall in The Wind in the Willows, its welcoming, unpretentious atmosphere makes it feel more like a friend's country retreat, where kids can roam freely and parents can unwind whilst drinking mulled wine cocktails and eating mince pies.

Christmas rates are from £1,595 for a four night dinner inclusive package. Festive Recharger rates are from £870 for a three-night dinner inclusive package. New Year Break packages are inclusive of breakfast, dinner, 25-minute spa treatment and entertainment, rates from £1,100 for a three nights.

More information is available from the website at


  Discover Saxony for
 the Ultimate Christmas

Discover Saxony for the Ultimate Christmas

Ready for an all round festive experience? Then head to Saxony where enchanting off-the-beaten track markets in palaces and castles, festive miners' parades and unique traditions and decorations provide a Christmas experience like no other.

There's even an app to help you explore Saxony's “Christmas Wonderland” and a soon to open new ICE high-speed rail link will cut travel times from major airports and provide easier access.

Get festive in the Ore Mountains

Discover Saxony for the Ultimate Christmas

The Ore Mountains region is a unique destination full of age-old traditions and customs found nowhere else in the world. Here, Saxony's long mining history is reflected in centuries-old festive customs that are still as alive today as hundreds of years ago.

Each year in the run-up to Christmas, former mining strongholds such as Freiberg, Seiffen and Annaberg host spectacular miners' parades and the region's famous wooden Christmas decorations were once produced by miners to adorn their own homes.

Discover Saxony for the Ultimate Christmas

Nutcrackers fashioned to look like miners in their traditional clothing, wooden pyramids, candle arches or wooden angels are to this day expertly manufactured by hand. Visitors from all over Germany and indeed beyond travel to the region to buy their Christmas decoration in special shops or visit dedicated museums, detailing the Ore Mountains unique handicraft tradition.

For a special festive trip, the sight of gigantic wooden pyramids on village market squares, witnessing miners' parades or simply seeing all the bright lights illuminating even the smallest towns are hard to beat.

Be enchanted in Saxony's palaces and castles

Be enchanted in Saxony's palaces and castles

For anyone wanting to experience the Christmas spirit in special surroundings, look no further than Saxony's unique range of palaces and castles that undergo an enchanting transformation during the festive season and re-emerge as beautiful locations for Christmas markets and festivities, adding a touch of baroque here and some sturdy castle spirit there.

Baroque treasure Moritzburg Castle, for instance, turns into a veritable fairytale castle with a special Christmas exhibition on the film “Three Hazelnuts for Cinderella” which is a staple on German TV at Christmas and was shot in the castle, while Wackerbarth Castle, also a famous vineyard near Dresden, puts on a “Saxon Christmas” (16th and 17th December 2017), featuring traditional handicrafts and independent producers as well as fine wines and culinary delights.

Let's not forget – the crowd-pleasers!

Be enchanted in Saxony's palaces and castles

Apart from the famous “Dresden Striezelmarkt”, Germany's oldest, and Leipzig's beautiful Christmas market, both favourites with international visitors, there are many more wonderful Christmas markets all over the region. Exploring those has become much easier with the “Christmas Wonderland Saxony” app by Saxony Tourism, providing information about over 50 Christmas markets, selected seasonal events and specific Saxon Christmas traditions.

The app, available in English, German and Italian, allows searching by date, location or region as well as creating a list of favourites including a corresponding route plan and can be downloaded from
Google's play store and the App store.

So, get planning and should you travel after 9 December, there's a new ICE high-speed rail link which will considerably cut down travel times to Leipzig from major airports such as Munich or Nuremberg.

Be enchanted in Saxony's palaces and castles

For more information about Saxony visit

  Great Winter Deal at
  Gartmore House in
      Loch Lomond

Gartmore House in Loch Lomond

Gartmore House, nestled in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, have launched their Winter Deal. This welcoming, dog friendly, quirky country House is nearby the bustling town of Aberfoyle, a stunning part of the world to visit during the winter months.

Aberfoyle is a popular Scottish holiday attraction, with a charming main street which is well served with individual shops, cafés and restaurants. You can discover more about the area's natural beauty and history at the Trossachs Discovery Centre.

A bedroom at Gartmore House

The popular Scottish Wool Centre can also be found nearby, which relates the full story of wool, from sheep to the shops, through live sheep shows and hands-on demonstrations of spinning and working sheepdogs.

There are many wonderful walks in the area, from the gentle Doon Hill Fairy Trail, a magical place where wooden fairy houses are carved into trees to the more challenging Primrose Hill at Loch Katrine, where you will find superb views over the loch.

Gartmore House in Loch Lomond

Whether you prefer an active outdoor holiday or a relaxing retreat by the cosy open fire, the Winter Deal at Gartmore House is priced from £79 per room per night.

The deal includes a bottle of Prosecco in your room on arrival, accommodation, 3-course dinner from the set menu, and full Scottish breakfast.

Dogs are welcome at Gartmore House in Loch Lomond

Prices quoted are based on 2 adults sharing a double or twin bedroom Sunday to Thursday (£89 Friday and Saturday) and are subject to availability. Supplements apply for extra people in a family room.

Rates include service and VAT. The Winter Deal is valid until 22nd December 2017.

To make a booking please visit the website

Or contact the team on 01877 382 991


      Seven Reasons to
   Visit Royal Windsor

  Celebrate Autumn in Royal Windsor

Featuring seasonal menus, colourful walks and invitations to be warm and cosy, here are seven reasons to visit Royal Windsor..

Short Break Ideas

Great Fosters - Embrace Autumn

After a glass of Prosecco on arrival, pick up a map of the estate and go kicking through fallen leaves while exploring the estate.

Enjoy an overnight Dinner, B&B package including ingredients produced on the estate like honey from the bees and hand reared pigs. Prices are from £225 per night for 1 or 2 people sharing double room

Bel and the Dragon Cookham - Autumnal gourmet getaway

Wrap up warm to explore the surrounding area, before cosying up by the fire and feasting on fine food and wine.

Round the evening off with a complimentary nightcap and retire in luxury for the night. This offer includes an overnight stay, a three-course supper & breakfast. Prices are from £160 for two people sharing.

The Runnymede - Marvellous Marmalade Weekend

Celebrate Aunt Lucy's 100th birthday in the upcoming movie Paddington 2 with a marmalade themed B&B weekend break. Includes afternoon tea with marmalade cake and a special marmalade cocktail. From £175 for 2 people

Things to do

The Savill Garden – Harvest Celebrations

Enjoy the fun of the great outdoors with an activity trail, free children's crafts and special children's tours.

Stanley Spencer Gallery - Stanley Spencer in Focus

New Autumn exhibition of Paintings and Works on Paper from the Cookham Collection includes recently gifted and highly acclaimed Portrait of Lathonia Mercer, rare drawing of Spencer's from the early years of World War I and perennial favourites The Last Supper, 1920 and Christ Preaching at Cookham Regatta, 1952-9.

Coworth Park - Orchard Afternoon Tea in The Drawing Room

An autumn celebration served twice a day at Coworth Park with traditional sandwiches, scones with clotted cream and jam, followed by classic pastries with a twist. Pastries include a Milk Chocolate, Hazelnut and Pear Macaroon, Cherry and Pistachio Frangipane Tart, Caramelised Apple and White Chocolate Choux Bun and Marmalade Cake with Cardamom Cream.

Continue the afternoon tea experience in The Bar with the 'Orchard Mule' cocktail, priced at £14. Inspired by the estate, this twist on the classic Moscow Mule blends vodka, lime and ginger beer with the autumnal flavours of fresh cranberry and apple.
From £34 per person, and £46 per person inclusive of a glass of Laurent-Perrier champagne.

Coworth Park: Wine Dinners

Restaurant Coworth Park hosts an evening with Francisco Corpas export manager for La Rioja Alta.

Taste the wines and learn how the winery has evolved since opening 127 years ago, mixing modern winemaking technology with traditional handmade oak barrels and artisanal techniques to preserve the wine's complex and mature flavour.

Priced at £85 per person and include a champagne reception beginning at 7.15pm followed by a four-course tasting menu paired with wines

For more information about Royal Windsor visit