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The Waterfall Lodge at Castle Combe - Lounge
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      • 1 night Dinner, Bed & Breakfast 2 rounds of golf

        1 night's dinner, bed & breakfast (Waterfall Lodge) and 2 rounds of golf (The Manor House Golf Club) (Minimum of 4 people sharing)

      • 2 nights Dinner, Bed & Breakfast 4 rounds of golf

        2 nights' dinner, bed & breakfast (Waterfall Lodge) and 4 rounds of golf (The Manor House Golf Club) (Minimum of 4 people sharing)

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    About The Waterfall Lodge at Castle Combe


    Stay in the brand new luxurious Waterfall Lodge adjacent to the 18th green of the Castle Combe course. The lodge sleeps up to 8 golfers in 4 twin or double rooms and is only a pitching wedge away from the stunning golf clubhouse which boasts the superb Woodbury restaurant.

    Golf courses

    Experience 18 holes of true championship golf. A testing but fair 6,286 yard, par 72 course designed by Peter Alliss and Clive Clark in 1992.


    The Waterfall Lodge is 10 minutes from Junction 17 of the M4.

    • Driving Range
    • Practice Area
    • Putting Greens
    • Pro Shop
    • Award Winning Restaurant
    • Bar

    The Waterfall Lodge at Castle Combe Details

    The Waterfall Lodge at Castle Combe hotel information

    The Waterfall Lodge is a welcome addition to the Manor House Golf Club. The lodges can accommodate up to 8 people, with all the amenities you need and the golf course right on your doorstep.

    Each lodge has four twin bedrooms, with two toilets, two showers and a spacious lounge to relax in after a day on the golf course. This is a perfect set- up for a group golf break, with plenty of privacy and stunning views of the golf course.

    There are two fantastic restaurants that guests must try, just a short walk away. The Michelin-starred Bybrook Restaurant provides a vibrant menu with some excellent original dishes that you must try for yourself. The Woodbury Restaurant in the Clubhouse uses great local produce to provide a fresh and exciting menu: perfect for a bite to eat after a long day on the championship golf course.

    Things to see and do

    Castle Combe is a beautiful little village in Wiltshire, which was featured in the 1966 film Doctor Dolittle: a purpose built jetty still remains here as part of the set. There is also the Castle Combe Racing Circuit, with the opportunity to watch some races during your stay. Bath is also a short drive away, with lots of restaurants, bars and places to visit.

    Our view of The Waterfall Lodge at Castle Combe

    The Waterfall Lodge boasts a fantastic golf course, set in classic Cotswold countryside making it a great location for a UK golf break.

    The Waterfall Lodge at Castle Combe reviews verified by Reevoo

    (9.0 out of 10)
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    Scores 9.0 out of 10 based on 18 reviews
    (7 out of 10)


    Stayed in the waterfall lodge with three other guests, very comfortable but would have been very cramped if all eight beds were occupied. The course has some lovely holes, is a good test and was in very good condition. But would recommend using a buggy as there are a number of steep hills which older golfers may find difficult.
    Confirmed guest: 11 July 2016
    Published on: 19 July 2016
    (7 out of 10)


    Market Harborough
    The Lodge is what it is but one of the bedrooms lacks good ventilation - but pretty conveniently located though!
    Confirmed guest: 05 June 2016
    Published on: 11 June 2016
    (9 out of 10)


    Littlehampton, West Sussex Love playing doubles golf
    The lodge was immaculate, with very comfy bedrooms, although the lounge area only seated four, which was fine for my party, but not if eight sharing. The patio table and comfy seats were great, but it was too cold to sit outside. Also perfectly situated alongside the eighteenth green and clubhouse. Clubhouse food good standard and staff very helpful and accomodating. The course was in very good condition for the time of year, with some interestingly quirky holes. For senior golfer like ourselves, buggies are essential as there are many steep climbs and descents. We had a great time.
    Confirmed guest: 18 April 2016
    Published on: 23 April 2016

    Castle Combe, Chippenham, Wiltshire, United Kingdom, SN14 7HR