Are you looking for the perfect golf holiday but don’t want to stray too far away from home? A golf break in the UK could be just what you need! Whether it’s a trip for the whole family, a special weekend away with a loved one or an overdue holiday with friends, a UK getaway fits the bill.
Find your dream staycation with Golf Travel Centre’s five top picks of golf breaks in the UK.
If you’re looking for 5* luxury accommodation and first-class golf then look no further because the Hanbury Manor Marriott Hotel & Country Club offers guests just that. This beautiful resort is located across 200 glorious acres of landscaped grounds, nestled in the quaint town of Ware in Hertfordshire in the Lee Valley, Just 25 miles away from London. As a Jacobean-style hotel, the Hanbury Manor offers unmatched grandeur and a wealth of luxury amenities, including timeless towering wood-panelled libraries and open fireplaces.
Make the most of modern amenities too with a breathtaking onsite 18-hole championship golf course, luxury spa and leisure club, offering an indoor heated pool and fitness center.
Situated over 475 acres of tranquil Lincolnshire countryside, the Belton Woods offers guests landscape gardens, contemporary rooms and a range of fantastic amenities, including: professional tennis courts, a magnificent GPA-approved golf course and relaxing spa, offering full-body massages, facials and more.
For those of you looking for something that little bit extra special, Belton Woods offers guests the chance to stay in an exclusive lodge, set apart on private grounds, making for the perfect secluded getaway!
Enjoy 4* luxury, situated across 150 acres of Norwich countryside, just a few miles from Norwich city centre in Norfolk. Dunston Hall offers guests a country retreat away from the hustle and bustle with an elizabethan-style 1859 manor and rural views.
Guests can enjoy a range of amenities, including: an onsite US PGA-rated golf course, stunning spa, pool and health club, both newly refurbished. It’s a great place for a friends trip, couples holiday or even an unforgettable family break that the kids will love.
The par 71 Dunston course provides a challenging game for golfers of all abilities but also brilliant views, set among the tranquil wooded parkland and meandering through the estate’s natural features.
For those of you who are looking for a country break but aren’t looking to stay in a traditional manor house, the Hallmark Hotel should tick all of your boxes. Enjoy modernity just on the outskirts of the historic city of Gloucester, surrounded by a plethora of natural hidden gems.
The Hallmark Hotel offers contemporary rooms and elegant British brasserie but, all the while, is a prime location for the avid adventurer. The hotel is situated close to the Cotswolds and Forest of Dean, boasting picturesque cycling and walking routes for all the family to enjoy.
Just minutes from the Hallmark is one of the best golf clubs in the South West, the Gloucester Golf Club, offering a challenging course designed to benefit from the natural form of the hillside on which it was built. Dotted with brooks, ponds, mature trees and wooded areas, the Gloucester course provides golfers with natural beauty and natural hazards.
Located in Bradford, West Yorkshire, the Hollins Hall Hotel & Country club offers guests a superb stay in an ideal location, just 10 minutes from Braford city centre, less than an hour away from Leeds and not far from other of the area’s major attractions, including the Yorkshire Dales.
The Hollins has so much to offer over its 200 acres and within its grand Victorian building, boasting immaculately landscaped grounds, spacious rooms, a state-of-the-art leisure club, indoor heated pool, sun terrace, hot tub, sauna, gym, several dining options and an 18-hole championship golf course.
The Hollins Hall Country Club gives golfers the chance to challenge themselves on a course designed by Ross McMurray, renowned course designer, whilst enjoying breathtaking West Yorkshire country views.
To find out more about golf holidays in the UK, visit the Golf Travel Centre website and speak to one of their experts.