Christmas Carriage Rides 2023

Festive Horse-drawn Carriage Rides in Windsor Great Park start from Savill Garden, Wick Lane, Englefield Green, Surrey TW20 0UJ from Sat 18 November to Sat 6 Jan on a limited number of scheduled dates. Click on our calendar for Scheduled Dates! or email your preferred date, and we will see if its possible.

The horse & carriage is beautifully decorated with twinkling garlands, gold & white berries for the Festive Season and our magnificent part-shire horse will of course be wearing antlers!

Treat the family and snuggle up with loved-ones, on a relaxing journey through the Winter landscape.   We love taking Romantic Couples on the carriage just for themselves.   Surprise wedding proposals are most welcome at this time of year!

Because of the shorter daylight hours, we run between 11am and 2 pm, trips are limited so early booking is essential.   It’s weather permitting and therefore cash payment or a bank transfer on the day please, we are a small firm with no card facilities.  We confirm we are running by text the day before and if something changes overnight (rain, high winds, or icy conditions) prevents us running we will let you know by 9am on the morning.

30 min Festive Ride £85 per carriage,   60 min Festive Ride £170 per carriage (seats 4)

We start 2 mins walk to the right of Savill Building, we have a Horses Crossing sign there. If you are not successful booking a Christmas tour, let us know your special occasion date for 2024 and we will do our best to run for you!

Savill Building, Savill Gardens TW20 0UJ

Families love to Rendezvous at Savill Building (the main visitor centre for Windsor Great Park)  with cafe, gift shop & all the visitor facilities inside.   It’s free to enter.  There is a huge car park, charges do apply.

Visit: to see what other Christmas activities are available.

Horse and Carriage themed for Christmas
Christmas Horse and Carriage ride in Windsor Great Park

We had a lovely trot round the park, stopping at the Cow Pond for mulled wine and mince pies. Henry (the horse) was suitably attired with antlers for the festive season, and the carriage was decorated too.