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Expect warm smiles at every turn, a host of thoughtful touches, sumptuous rooms and suites, fine dining and enjoy the many attractions of London on our doorstep.
All of our guests will have a room facing Buckingham Palace's Royal Mews entrance. Step back in time to a more glamorous age with a journey on the Belmond British Pullman to the Goodwood Revival.
Dress up in elegant period attire and join in with the fun. Trilbies, pinstriped suits and tea dresses will help you look and feel the part.
Your journey begins in lavish style with a sparkling Bellini and a delicious brunch. Your table is set with bespoke glassware and pristine white linen ready for your fine dining experience.
Liveried stewards take care of all your needs as you gaze out of your window at the passing scenery and admire the vintage details of your art deco carriage.
Classic service and style aboard the Bellmond British Pullman on your journey to the Goodwood Revival. On arrival at the beautiful Goodwood Estate, near Chichester, you are given your entrance badge which includes Woodcote Grandstand seats and access to the public areas and bars.
Enjoy an exuberant, fun-packed day before returning to the train for a champagne reception. Your journey home is the perfect finale to this most quintessential of British days out.
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The Goodwood Revival The romance and glamour of motor racing as it used to be. The Revival is the only historic race meeting to be staged entirely in period dress and is a return to the halcyon days of Goodwood as the spiritual home of British motor racing.
The inaugural Revival opened on 18 September , when the Earl of March drove around the circuit in the Bristol in which his Grandfather, the 9th Duke of Richmond, opened the track 50 years before.
This joyous celebration of vintage motor racing attracts a host of famous drivers and celebrity participants each year. The kinds of cars that appeared then are brought back to race today.
After a hearty breakfast our luxury coach will transfer you from the Rubens Hotel to the last grass wartime airfield left in Kent.
From here you will enjoy a minute pleasure flight over central London in the classic de Havilland Devon vintage passenger aircraft. The organisers of the Goodwood Festival of Speed and Revival have set the dates for the motoring events:.
Tickets for the general public go on sale on 5 November Read on for a look back at the FOS. The Goodwood Festival of Speed was something of a scorcher in World's poshest automotive garden party?
But it's also fizzing with enthusiasm, new and old cars of significance and not a little innovation from the Duke of Richmond, the driving force behind it for these past 25 years.
The short hop down to the bottom of the hillclimb is well worth the walk: It's equally well worth the work to the top of the hill, where you'll find the rally course spearing through the dusty trails and trees on the estate.
The humble Ford Escort rally car was celebrated in style at the Goodwood Festival of Speed - and, as usual, owners were more than happy to compete with surprising vigour considering the age and value of their steeds.
Escort fans won't be disappointed. The first few days of the event will be remembered for the heat: Goodwood scorched at the Festival of Speed this year and the ground was parched.
All the better for big, dusty burn-outs! It was the biggest parade of cars ever congregated in one run in the festival's year history and took some planning, with owners, fans, the official heritage fleet and the Dunsfold Collection all being raided for the event.
It won't be remembered for being the fastest climb in Goodwood's first quarter century, but it'll perhaps go down in history as one of the most poignant.
Dangling priceless heirlooms higher in the air than Nelson's column can't be an easy decision to make in a German boardroom; but when the result is as spectacular as Gerry Judah's installation at Goodwood House, you can understand why.
Flying s, s and the odd are endlessly watchable, trust us.