Frequently asked questions about Golf Breaks in England
What are the most popular golf resorts in England?
Top golf resorts in the North West include Mottram Hall, Carden Park, Herons Reach and Wychwood Park. If travelling to the North East we recommend a luxury golf holiday at Rockliffe Hall, Slaley Hall, Oulton Hall or Matfen Hall.
In the West Midlands The Belfry is top of the list but the courses at the Forest of Arden Marriott Hotel and Country Club are a good test for any golfer. Recommended destinations for the East Midlands include Breadsall Priory Marriott Hotel and Country Club and Belton Woods.
Resorts in the South East of England include Old Thorns Manor Hotel, Hanbury Manor and East Sussex National while in the South West St Mellion, Bovey Castle and the Dartmouth Hotel Golf and Spa are well worth a visit.
What are the best links golf courses to play on a golf break in England?
England is home to some excellent links golf courses that feature within the Top 100 Golf Courses in the world. If you are heading to Kent, the Open trio of Royal St Georges, Royal Cinque Ports and Prince's are hard to beat. Those heading to the South West can enjoy the 36 holes of golf at Saunton, Royal North Devon and also St Enedoc and Trevose within a relatively short distance of each other. The North West of England is home to some of the best links golf breaks anywhere in the world with Formby, Royal Birkdale and Hillside forming an amazing golf trip when visiting Southport.
What is the cheapest golf break in England?
Golf breaks in England start from just £49 per person. The best value day to travel is a Sunday with discounts available at almost every venue. These packages include 1 Night's accommodation with an afternoon round on the Sunday and a morning round on the Monday. With Bank Holidays often included as well this can be a great value way of taking a trip without taking any time off work.
What are the best golf breaks in England for couples?
Golfers travelling as a couple often like to include not only golf but also off-the-course activities like spa, leisure and dining. The best resorts for this, based on customer feedback, include Rudding Park in Yorkshire which is an excellent destination with award-winning dining not far from Harrogate. Those visiting the South West of England should venture to the incredible estate at Bovey Castle near Dartmoor. This picturesque resort offers a wealth of activities to enjoy off the course and is a popular choice as a golf and spa break. Those in the North East should look to Rockliffe Hall which combines golf, spa and luxury accommodation within its mature Darlington countryside. Another popular choice for couples is Luton Hoo which is located just north of London and enjoys a rich history where guests have included The Queen and Winston Churchill.