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Golf Breaks in England

England Golf Breaks

England Golf Breaks, discover excellent award-winning accommodations, resorts, and some world-renowned golf courses throughout England. Plus, that great hospitality that people from England are famous for!
From great inland heathland golf courses to the excellent links courses used for the Open Golf Championship, England Golf Breaks cater...
England Golf Breaks
England Golf Breaks, discover excellent award-winning accommodations, resorts, and some world-renowned golf courses throughout England. Plus, that great hospitality that people from England are famous for!
From great inland heathland golf courses to the excellent links courses used for the Open Golf Championship, England Golf Breaks cater for everyone looking for a bargain one-night's Sunday Driver' to a golfing bucket list trip in the North West of England playing some superb links golf courses.
With prices starting from as little as only £79 per person, we will find a golf break to fit everyone's budget!
See below a list of great options for golf breaks in England, and contact us if you want your  England Golf Tour put together.

Popular Golf Courses in England:

  • Belfry
  • Forest of Arden
  • Royal Birkdale
  • Ramside Hall
  • Woodhall Spa
The Brabazon Course - The majestic fairways and carpet-smooth greens of The Brabazon form a world-famous stage on which some of golf's most thrilling dramas have played out. Its meticulous design involves tight fairways, perilous bunkers, lakes, and fast undulating greens, creating iconic holes that have challenged some of the game's greatest.
The Arden Course -  Set in 10,000 acres of Warwickshire parkland, the Forest of Arden Marriott Hotel and Country Club boasts two 18-hole golf courses that can challenge golfers of all abilities. The Championship Arden Course has hosted several European Tour Events, such as the British Masters and English Open, and has seen golfing greats, such as Colin Montgomerie and 2011 Open Champion Darren Clarke, crowned victorious.
Situated on the golden links of the Northwest coast in Southport, Royal Birkdale is the finest of all courses in England. Royal Birkdale has held more Championship and International events since World War 2 than any other course in the world, including Open Championships, Ryder Cups, Women's British Opens, Senior Opens, Amateur Championships, Walker Cups, and Curtis Cups.
Prince Bishops' Golf Course - The par 72-course measures 6,851 yards from its championship tees and has views of the world-famous Durham Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the inspiration for Ramside's second course – The Cathedral Course opened in September 2014. The Prince Bishops' course is named after the warrior clergymen who ruled over the lawless North from Durham Castle after the Norman Conquest in the 11th Century.
The Hotchkin Golf Course - The Hotchkin Course at the National Golf Centre, Woodhall Spa, is consistently rated among the world's finest heathland golf experiences and a favourite destination for golf breaks.


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Popular Accommodations in England:
Accommodation in The Northeast of England:
  • Maften Hall Hotel, Golf and Spa; Newcastle.
  • Close House, Newcastle.
  • Ramside Hall Hotel, Durham.
  • George Washington Golf Hotel, Newcastle.
  • Macdonald Linden Hall Gold and Country Club; Northumberland.
  • Slaley Hall Hotel, Northumberland.
Accommodation in The North West of England:
  • Best Western Mytton Fold Hotel and Golf Club, Blackburn.
  • Carden Park Hotel, Chester.
  • Herons Reach, Blackpool.
  • Macdonald Portal Hotel, Golf and Spa.
  • Mottram Hall, Cheshire.
  • Shrigley Hall Hotel, Golf and Country Club, Cheshire.
  • Formby Hall Golf and Spa, Southport.
  • The Mere Golf Resort, Cheshire.
Accommodation in South Central England:
  • Forrest of Arden Marriott Hotel and Country Club, Birmingham.
  • Breadsall Priory Marriott Hotel and Country Club, Derby.
  • Forest Pines Spa and Golf, Lincolnshire.
  • Drayton Manor Hotel.
  • Qhotles Belton Woods, Grantham.
Accommodation in South East England:
  • Brocket Hall, Hertfordshire.
  • De Vere Staverton Estate, Northamptonshire.
  • De Vere Wokefield, Berkshire.
  • East Sussex National, East Sussex.
  • Foxhills Golf and Spa Resort, Ottershaw.
  • Hellidon Lakes Golf and Spa Hotel, Daventry.
Accommodation in South West England:
  • Manor house and Ashbury Hotel, Devon.
  • St Mellion Estate, Cornwall.
  • The Dorset Golf and Country Club, Dorset.
  • The Players Club, Bristol.
From the thriving multicultural capital city of London that boasts a great modern art scene to the quaint classic country villages that offer home-brewed drinks and lush national parks, plenty keeps you occupied on and off the course.
Just west of Manchester, you’ll find England’s Golf Coast – a region home to 12 of the best golf courses in England. One of the most popular is the 4* Formby Hall Golf Resort & Spa, which boasts a challenging 72-par Championship Old Course. Just 14 miles from the vibrant streets of Liverpool, in between rounds of golf, visitors can retrace the steps of The Beatles and take in the history of the area’s docks.


After the golf:

Looking for exciting things to do after a round of golf in England?

England is renowned for its vibrant nightlife, with bustling bars and clubs to suit all tastes.

You can unwind with a drink or two and dance the night away, making new friends and creating unforgettable memories.

If you're looking for a more relaxing experience, England's beaches are perfect for unwinding after a long day on the greens.
From Cornwall's stunning white sands to Northumberland's rugged coastline, England's shores offer something for everyone.
For those who want to experience the local culture, England has a wealth of historical and cultural attractions.
You can explore ancient castles, discover hidden villages, and soak up the country's rich history. From the iconic Stonehenge to the stunning architecture of the cities, England is a treasure trove of cultural delights.
So what are you waiting for?
Come and experience all that England has to offer after your golf game. Its vibrant nightlife, stunning beaches, and rich cultural heritage make it the perfect destination for any golfer looking for an unforgettable experience.


Travelling To England:

England is pretty easy to access via:


  • Car.
  • Taxi.
  • Uber.
  • Train.
  • Coach.


Travel time will vary depending on where you're travelling from.


England - Weather Guide:
England experiences a temperate maritime climate characterized by its variability and relatively mild temperatures throughout the year.
Spring (March to May) in England sees gradually warming temperatures, with average highs ranging from 10°C to 15°C. The weather can be changeable, with both sunny days and occasional rainfall.
Summer (June to August) is the warmest period, with average highs around 20°C to 25°C, making it an excellent time for golf.
Autumn (September to November) brings cooler temperatures and a mix of dry and rainy days.
Winter (December to February) is the coldest season, with average highs of 2°C to 7°C.
Golfers can enjoy their rounds most comfortably from late spring to early autumn. May to September offer the most consistent and pleasant weather conditions for golfing, with longer daylight hours and generally drier spells.
The hottest months for golfing in England are typically July and August. During these months, temperatures are at their highest, and rainfall is lower than in other parts of the year.
The coldest months for golfing in England are December, January, and February. During this period, temperatures are cooler, with a higher chance of experiencing chilly winds and potential frost. 
The best time to play golf would be from late spring to early autumn, especially from May to September. 
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