The Belfry Golf Resort overview
The Belfry is a fantastic 4-star venue set in 550 acres of beautiful Warwickshire countryside. In addition to its world-famous golfing facilities, The Belfry boasts a wide range of rooms and restaurants that will ensure your golfing break is of the highest quality.
Renowned for having held the prestigious Ryder Cup four times, The Belfry’s superb golf courses need no introduction. The Brabazon Course and the PGA National Course provide guests at The Belfry with the chance to follow in the footsteps of their golfing heroes, whilst the Derby Golf Course makes for a pleasant alternative to the two flagship layouts.
The world-renowned Belfry boasts 319 well decorated and elegant rooms, which range from the new signature rooms to the Manor House suites, many of which have stunning views of its golf courses and the surrounding countryside. There is now even more reason to book a golf break to The Belfry, following a £26 million major refurbishment of the resort in early 2014.
Restaurants & Bars
A range of dining experiences await guests at this luxury 4-star facility. Enjoy a post-round pint or light bite in Sam's Club House, which shows the latest sporting action. Alternatively, the Ryder Grill provides a relaxed setting for an evening meal, with its centre-piece kitchen and views of the golf course.
In addition to the above, guests can unwind in the Brabazon Bar with a cocktail or grab a snack in the Leisure Café, which offers a healthy alternative for those hitting the gym and spa.
If you are looking to extend your golf break late into the night, the onsite Bel Air Nightclub, which is open from Friday to Saturday, is the perfect place to enjoy yourself after a long day on the course.
Spa & Leisure
The Belfry Club offers guests all the facilities you would expect from this prestigious golf resort, including a swimming pool, sauna, steam room and solarium. The unique ‘Fire and Ice’ treatment allows you to indulge in 90-minutes of pure relaxation with a journey through a series of zoned areas. Experience hot and cold sensations with cleansing steam, piercing ice showers, aromatherapy mood lighting and the multi-featured hydrotherapy pool.
The spa also offers a full range of luxurious treatments including one specifically designed for golfers to help ease any aching muscles after a day on the golf course. In addition, there is a fully fitted gym, fitness studio, squash and tennis courts.
The Belfry is located in North Warwickshire, just 10-minutes North of Birmingham Airport and 15-minutes from Birmingham International Station. Birmingham is a fantastic city to visit while staying at the Belfry. There are plenty of museums, galleries and the nightlife is second-to-none.
Enjoy a post round pint or light bite in Sam's Club House, which shows the latest sporting action.
Did You Know
The Belfry has hosted the Ryder Cup four times (1985, 1989, 1993, 2002) which is more than any other venue in the world.
Golf courses at The Belfry
Host to a record four Ryder Cups and countless European Tour events, The Brabazon is a great test of parkland golf. Always in immaculate condition with fantastic greens, the drama tends to happen at the short par-4 10th hole or the enticing 18th. Both have become part of Ryder Cup folklore with Seve’s historic drive onto the 10th, Sam Torrance’s famous putt to win the Cup on 18 in 1985, and Christie O’Connor’s majestic 2-iron across the lake on that same final hole.
PGA National Course
The PGA National is the only PGA branded golf course in England. A host to two European Tour Events, the golf course is well cared for all year round. The inland style of the PGA National Golf Course presents numerous challenges, including water hazards and strategically placed bunkers. Those that will triumph over the 18 holes will need great shot accuracy and a keen eye for reading the fast greens, making it a tough, but an enjoyable course for even the most consistent of golfers.
The Derby Golf Course is often overshadowed by its more famous sister golf courses. However, the 6099 yards, par-70 is an enjoyable golf course and one that players of all standards can thoroughly enjoy with several water hazards and well-designed risk and reward holes. Although not the longest course, The Derby still requires you to think your way around. The Derby makes a nice change to The Brabazon and PGA National golf courses when visiting the Belfry for a golfing break.
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Facilities at The Belfry
The superb golf and leisure facilities on offer make The Belfry an absolute must for anyone booking a golf break in the West Midlands.
Head of UK & Ireland Sales