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The Leger Lounge is a casual hospitality suite within the Club 1776 marquee structure, tailored for less formal groups that still want an excellent race day experience.
On arrival, guests can enjoy a glass of Pimms, along with some nibbles and then enjoy Yorkshire tapas or ‘Yapas’, in a colourful take on a buffet lunch.
There is casual seating throughout the lounge and private lawn, and thanks to its trackside position there are spectacular views of the racing action.
|Location||Inside Track Opposite Winners Enclosure|
|Admission||Club 1776 Admission|
|Price Guide||£195 to £240|
Inside Track Opposite Winners Enclosure
On the Rails
Club 1776 Admission
Nibbles Served at the Table
Yapas Style Buffet Lunch
Afternoon Tea Served from the Buffet
Dedicated Host for the Day
TV Racing Coverage
The Leger Lounge is situated in the Club 1776 Marquee, this is an ‘entry-level’ hospitality package. The St. Leger is the world’s oldest classic horse race, named after Anthony St Leger, who devised the race in 1776; it is the last of the five English classic races and the longest at 1 mile and 6 furlongs.
The Leger Lounge (within Club 1776 Marquee) is situated close to the rails in the centre of the course, opposite the Lazarus (Main) Stand. The marquee is ideally located close to the Winning Post, with views of the finishing straight.
The Leger Lounge is an exclusive section of the Club 1776 marquee, with dining on round tables. There are floor-to-ceiling windows providing an abundance of natural light. There is a raised viewing terrace directly in front and some garden furniture on the lawns, should the weather be kind.
Private tables are available for 12 guests, smaller groups will need to share.
Admission into the Club 1776 Marquee is included.
The catering consists of Yorkshire-style Tapas, re-named “Yapas”. A buffet Afternoon Tea is also included. Nibbles are served at the table, and tea & coffee is included all day.
A glass of Pimms is served to guests on arrival, following which all drinks are an extra charge, served directly to your table (for cash or credit).
Service is left to the dedicated waiting staff, there is not a hostess service.
There is not a racing tipster included in the package.
There are several TV monitors in the marquee.
Car park passes are included.
A Racecard is included and there are Tote betting facilities available.
This is a good value package for those not requiring a formal hospitality experience.