All journey times are approximate and subject to variation.
The county of Berkshire may be most famous for Ascot Racecourse and Windsor Castle, but it’s also home to a community of craftspeople who are passionate about promoting the quality of the area’s local workmanship. While visiting Ascot, follow this two-day itinerary and discover the best local artisans and producers in the area.
Robyn's Nest Café
Then, take a 20-minute drive to Rosie’s Chocolate Factory.
Rosie's Chocolate Factory
Next, it’s a one-hour drive to the Bombay Sapphire Distillery.
Bombay Sapphire Distillery
From Bombay Sapphire Distillery, it’s a 70-minute drive to the next destination.
Walk over to the Lurgashall Winery, located on the same site.
To return to the hotel, it’s a one-hour drive.
The German Bakery of Windsor
Then, take a 10-minute drive or a 15-minute walk to Tom Brown Tailors.
Tom Brown Tailors
Choose between a seven-minute drive or a 20-minute walk to reach the next destination.
Windsor & Eton Brewery
Next, take a 10-minute drive to The Royal Farms Windsor Farm Shop.
The Royal Farms Windsor Farm Shop
From here, it’s a 35-minute drive to Petersham Nurseries.
To get back to the hotel, it’s a 40-minute drive.