Golf Vacation Packages South East England & London
England is, by its historic past, a ‘treasure trove’ whose riches are part of world culture. The centrepiece for visitors is London; we believe the most culturally rich, stimulating and dynamic city in the world. Whatever you like doing, sightseeing, shopping, clubbing, visiting museums and galleries, dining out. The choice is overwhelming with over 100 theatres, 300 museums, seven royal palaces and so much more. We feature below one of our favourite hotels but we can arrange any level of accommodation to suit your group.
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The Kensington Price per person per night £90.00
Price: Includes breakfast and is based upon sharing a twin room. Prices on request for single supplement, rental car, chauffeur drive, room upgrades etc.
Option: We can arrange golf during your stay in London, or on route to or from the city if you are playing elsewhere in England.
The Kensington Hotel - The Art of Gracious Living. As the home of London’s most prestigious museums and seductive shopping, South Kensington draws visitors from across the world. Now it has a luxury hotel that combines intimacy, attention to detail and perfect service with all the amenities and resources of a mainstream establishment. Entering the hotel for the first time is like walking through the doors of a lovingly restored London mansion.
Within the large stone-floored entrance hall is the red marble reception desk. Once greeted, you will discover the period drawing rooms of what were once individual Regency-style townhouses, with bay windows, working fireplaces, parquet floors and original art.
Facilities at the hotel include, 150 Superior, Deluxe Rooms and Studio Suites all with bathrooms lined in a selection of marbles, the Aubrey restaurant, Cocktail Bar, Drawing room-style lounges, Fitness suite, Treatment rooms, Dedicated guest services department, 24-hour room service, Complimentary wireless broadband throughout the hotel, Expert concierge services, Laundry service, Business facilities and secretarial services, DVD library, games consoles, Sony book readers, Luxury car service.
Selected Golf courses around London.
Sunningdale is normally ranked in the top 3 inland courses in Britain. There are two excellent courses the Old that dates to 1900 and the New created in 1923. It is a heathland course with glorious forests of conifer and pine with heather, bracken and gorse bordering each fairway. Old Course 6341 yards par 70. New course, 6433 yards par 71.
The Berkshire - Here you have two heathland courses with splendid tree-lined fairways. The golf is of the highest quality with heather, pine, open heath and many changes of level. There is nothing to choose between the two courses, try to play them both. The Red Course has the unique distinction of having six Par 3s, six Par 4s and six Par 5s. 36 holes; Red course, 6369 yards par 72. Blue course, 6260 yards par 71.
Waltham Heath is considered by many to be the toughest inland course in Britain and one of the finest heathland courses. It has often been ranked as one of the top 100 courses in the world and in 1981 it staged the Ryder Cup. Walton Heath Old Course is a lovely heathland course, the fairways on the whole are generous but miss them and you could find the gorse and heather. The 18th is an absolutely wonderful finishing hole and the course is situated in some beautiful countryside. (7462 yards par 72) Walton Heath New Course. This is a beautiful but fierce test, with large clumps of heather lining the course from tee to green to punish wayward drives and approach play. It is a fine example of a traditional heathland course and the clubhouse and facilities make for a great golfing experience. (7026 yards, par 72).
Wentworth is one of England's best known and top ranked courses with the World Match Play Championship held here each year. It has staged many other championships including the Ryder Cup. 54 holes: West course, 6957 yards par 73, East course, 6198 yards par 68, Edinburgh course, 6979 yards par 72. Note: The course is currently closed to visitors while the West course greens are being renovated.
Moor Park - The courses are built in superb parkland surrounding a manor house that dates to 1678. This is now the clubhouse with excellent dining facilities and you will travel far to see a more stately 19th. The high course is unusual for a parkland course in that it is very hilly and has some tough and interesting holes. 36 holes High Course 6722 yards par 72. West course, 5851 yards par 69.