18 Sep 20 / St Andrews
Tee-riffic golf destinations this autumn
SINK A HOLE IN ONE
If lockdown has left you feeling under par, why not treat yourself to a little luxury this autumn? With magnificent views, picturesque settings and plenty of fresh air, the UK has a wealth of wonderful golf to be explored.
After working up an appetite, enjoy a delicious meal and quality wine at Bistro du Vin, followed by a restful night in one of our comfortable rooms. It’s as good as a hole in one.
Read on for our favourite golf destinations, the perfect place for amateur or professional golfers to relax and unwind this autumn.
Hotel du Vin St Andrews
Known to many as the “home of golf”, St Andrews offers 7 public golf courses, including the Old Course, one of the most famous and historic courses in the world, dating back to 15th century. Balgove, Eden, Jubilee, Strathtyrum, New Course and Castle Course are also some of our favourites. After an energetic day, huge custom-made beds and drenching monsoon showers will be waiting for you at Hotel du Vin St Andrews.
Hotel du Vin Tunbridge Wells
Tee off your best autumn yet and visit one of Kents’ scenic golf courses. Just a short drive from Hotel du Vin Tunbridge Wells, you’ll find the popular Nevill Golf Club. It was created in 1889 for its stunning views, which you can still enjoy today. The picturesque clapboard cottage village of Lamberhurst, offers visitors an 18-hole parkland golf course along the pretty River Teise. For a memorable day out, with spectacular views from start to finish, venture across to the historic 9-hole Leeds Castle Golf Club, only 40 minutes from your suite
Hotel du Vin Glasgow
Leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind and enjoy an afternoon at Cawder Golf Club, just 10 minutes from Glasgow. Featuring two stunning courses and a recently refurbished 18th century clubhouse, it promises a relaxing experience with stunning views. For keen golfers, head to the more challenging Haggs Castle on Glasgow's Southside, where a number of professional and amateur tournaments take place. Once you’ve finished your round, return to your comfortable room at One Devonshire Garden by Hotel du Vin.
Hotel du Vin Bristol & Avon Gorge by Hotel du Vin
Bristol is home to some of the most naturally beautiful golf courses in the South West of England. Our favourites include the Knowle Golf Club, renowned as being one of the best conditioned courses in England, and Long Ashton Golf Club, set in 220 acres of mature wooded parkland and situated just 10 minutes from the city. Or check out the fairways at the famous Celtic Manor Golf course, who is celebrating its 10th anniversary of the Ryder Cup this year. After a day on the course, take in panoramic views of the Clifton Suspension Bridge at Avon Gorge by Hotel du Vin or relax at Hotel du Vin Bristol, a magnificently restored Sugar House located in the city centre.