Golf Breaks in England

  • The Belfry: Where your society can play in the footsteps of golf’s champions

    Written by Edward Colman on Monday, 12 September 2016

    Following in the footsteps of your childhood heroes is a very special sensation but nothing is better than wandering fairways graced by golf’s greats with your mates. That is why golf societies are great, for many golfers, including me, it is how we are first bought into the game as we all know once you get that buzz you’re hooked… More and...

  • Seven British staycation destinations with great clubhouses

    Written by Edward Colman on Friday, 05 August 2016

    Time spent in these '19th holes' is a great way to cap a round of golf. 1: Cookridge Hall, West Yorks Par 72, 6,515 yards Home of an extra special '19th hole' in the form of a one-time 1820s coach house which now houses a pro shop, spike bar, patio area and excellent changing facilities. You also get a bird's eye...

  • 5 courses you should play in Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire

    Thursday, 28 July 2016

    Stoke Park (above) Stoke Park is surely one of the country's finest stay-and-play venues. To be frank, you'll struggle to find better: steeped in history, it boasts 27 holes of quality Harry Colt parkland golf (Colt, Alison & Lane Jackson nines), luxury accommodation in the incredible Palladian manor house – which doubles up as the best clubhouse around – and The...

  • Mottram Hall: Sir Alex Ferguson's home course

    Written by Edward Colman on Monday, 25 July 2016

    One of the QHotelsgroup's leading venues, Mottram Hall has bags of pedigree. Built in 1721 on an estate that traces back to the 14th Century, the Georgian country house was converted to an hotel in 1940 and is a listed building. Handily located in leafy Cheshire within striking distance of Manchester, the venue has gone up a notch since both the hotel...

  • Top 50 stay and play venues

    Wednesday, 15 April 2015

    If you fancy a short break in the UK, then why not check out a stay and play venue? We have listed our top 50 to help you decide where to enjoy your golf break. #1 The Belfry West Midlands   Legendary Ryder Cup venue with three 18-hole courses, including the mighty Brabazon layout, fantastic practice facilities and hotel which has recently undergone a major...