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South & South East-Jurys Inn, Brighton City Centre

Brighton is vibrant, colourful, cosmopolitan, energetic, fun, lively, historic, and free-spirited,it's a city like no other. Nestling between the South Downs & the sea, on the stunning south coast, Brighton offers everything from Regency heritage to beachfront cool. A fantastic mix of iconic attractions, famed nightlife, award winning restaurants, funky arts, culture & year round festivals & events. Brighton really does have it all. From the beating heart of the cultural quarter to its unique ‘villages’, a staggering choice of drama, opera, music, dance, literature, street theatre and outdoor spectacles light up Brighton and Hove in a cultural cornucopia of Brighton entertainment you’ll be hard to beat. From top bands at the Brighton Centre and west end shows at the Theatre Royal to world music, opera and ballet at the Brighton Dome and art exhibitions at Brighton’s Museums and galleries, entertainment in Brighton offers an unrivalled choice of cultural goodies. Stroll along the bustling Brighton promenade and soak up the cosmopolitan atmosphere at one of the funky cafes and bars, relax on the famous Blue Flag pebble beach or try your hand at one of the many beach and water sports or sailing activities. After dark, check out Brighton’s seafront clubs and bars, nestling underneath the Victorian beachfront arches, for some of the best club nights in the country.

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*** Jury’s Inn, Brighton - 2 nights B&B - 2 rounds Golf

Price with 2 people sharing twin/double room for B&B.
Hotel Supplement: Friday & Saturday £22 p.p.p.n. Days play supplement Littlehampton £16. Worthing Upper & Lower £15. Weekend Golf Supplement: Worthing Lower £15, Littlehampton £10.

London Heathrow Gatwick
Golf 1 round Littlehampton Links
Golf 1 round Worthing Lower
Price £167 p.p. Sunday to Thursday.
April, May, October
Price £181 p.p. Sunday to Thursday
June, July, August, September.

*** Jury’s Inn, Brighton - 2 nights B&B - 2 rounds Golf

Price with 2 people sharing twin/double room for B&B.
Hotel Supplement: Friday £8 p.p.p.n. Saturday £23 p.p.p.n. Days play supplement Littlehampton £16.
Weekend Golf Supplement: East Sussex National: £15, Littlehampton £10.

London Heathrow Gatwick
Golf 1 round Littlehampton Links
1 round East Sussex National
Price £177 p.p. Sunday to Thursday.
April, May,  October
Price £191 p.p. Sunday to Thursday
June, July, August, September.

*** Jury’s Inn, Brighton - 2 nights B&B - 2 rounds Golf

Price with 2 people sharing twin/double room for B&B.
Hotel Supplement: Friday £8 p.p.p.n. Saturday £23 p.p.p.n. Days play supplement Worthing Upper/Lower £15. West Sussex £20. Weekend Golf Supplement: West Sussex £10, Worthing Lower £15.

London Heathrow Gatwick
Golf 1 round Worthing Lower
1 round West Sussex
Price £202 p.p. Sunday to Thursday.
Price £216 p.p. Sunday to Thursday
June, July, August, September.
From this hotel you can play quality golf at Crowborough Beacon , Goodwood, Royal Ashdown Forest .

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3* Jurys Inn Brighton. Beautiful Brighton is steeped both in history and the freshness of the sea air, and nestled conveniently in the New England Quarter is Jurys Inn Brighton hotel, giving both business guest and pleasure visitor an ideal springboard to enjoy all that the city has to offer. The hotel in is close to the central railway station, and ten minutes on foot from the Theatre Royal and Brighton Dome. It’s close to the seaside yet perfect for visitors looking for hotels near the city centre. The city may be famous for its beach and the Royal Pavilion which dates back to 1800, but its more than just a pretty seaside town.

There are 234 bedrooms in total. More spacious than you’d expect, rooms can accommodate three adults or two adults with two children, or just one guest. The well lit, spacious feel is clearly designed around your comfort. Facilities include: Air-conditioned rooms, Multi-channel flat screen TV, Tea and coffee refreshments dock, High speed internet access, Hair drying facilities, Spacious bathroom. Totally committed to high quality food and wines at very affordable prices, you can enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of the Innfusion Restaurant. It serves delicious international cuisine, whether you are looking for a light snack or a hearty meal. The Bar is the ideal spot for a quick lunch, dishing up great bar food and drinks in contemporary surroundings. The all day coffee Bar, Il Barista, offers a selection of snacks, pastries and coffee to go.

Littlehampton Golf Course is the only seaside links in West Sussex. It is bounded on its eastern side by the estuary of the River Arun and its yacht harbour, and along its southern flank by a line of dunes which effectively shut off all view of the sea and the fine wide sands on the shore. The club dates from the 1880s, but the course has been altered a good deal since its founding. Initially by architects Hawtree and Taylor, whose trademarks are numerous contrived humps along the fairways and around the greens. It is a flat course, holes in or near the dunes are the most attractive while in the meadows they are long and tough and will not easily give you a flattering score. (6258 yards, Par 70)

Worthing Golf Club has two courses in a commanding position on the slopes of the South Downs. The Upper Course provides an interesting contrast to the Lower (Championship) Course. With its shorter length it is a much less exacting test for the handicap player. However, its smaller scale allows fewer margins for error, requiring greater accuracy. Its high position brings the weather into play, thus providing additional challenges. (Upper 5211 yards, Par 66)

Worthing Golf Club has two courses in a commanding position on the slopes of the South Downs. Of all the downland links courses, Worthing Lower Course is the most interesting and the best test of play. The course as a whole is excellent, but is lifted beyond its peers by the magnificent series of holes coming before the turn, in a picturesque valley known as Deep Bottom, under the shoulder of Cissbury Ring. (Lower 6505 yards, Par 71).

West Sussex Golf Club is situated on the edge of the South Downs. Most holes are visually stunning, with clear definition from skilful use of heather and sand, natural placement of fairway and green and views to Sussex countryside. It has seven tough par fours exceeding 400 yards follow the easy opening par five. The course is always well manicured and is never wet as it is on the sand belt. Clever bunkering prompts the strategic use of irons off some tees, especially on the doglegs that wind through birch, oak and pine trees. It is certainly a thinking man’s course of high quality, brilliantly colourful in spring and autumn. 6200 yards, Par 68. Comment: “There are few lovelier places to play inland on such noble terrain of heather, pine and birch complemented by surroundings of tranquil green and distant views of the Downs that far exceed the more cloistered reaches of the famous Surrey courses” Donald Steel.

 

East Sussex National East Course was specifically designed with championship golf in mind and has staged the European Open and many high profile tournaments. Cleverly placed tee options permit the less competitive golfer to enjoy the character of the East course. The back nine has a challenging finish, the 15th is a long par four with a substantial carry from the tee, followed by the second shot into a plateau green. Then a deceptive par three over water with bunkers guarding the front and back of the green. The second shot the 17th is again over water but to a generous green. The 18th is a demanding uphill par 4. (7138 yards, Par 73)

East Sussex National West course is often regarded as the more scenic but is certainly tighter and more undulating. Again there are tees to suit varying standards of golfer. The West boasts four signature holes. The 12th is a par five with out of bounds either side of the drive, followed by a difficult second shot with water on the right and trees on the left, culminating in a plateau green guarded by a severe pot bunker and water around half the perimeter of the green. On the 16th tee the par three green, just 100 yards away, looks easy. Beware! The 17th is a long par five. The 18th needs an accurate to a tree lined fairway, followed by a shot into a heavily guarded green. (7154 yards, Par 73)

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