A treat awaits in the East…
The East of England is a beautiful and vast stretch of land which includes a huge number of counties such as Hertfordshire, Essex, Norfolk, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Suffolk. While this may make your job to pick the perfect destination harder, we take it as a positive as there is so much fantastic golf to experience in this beautiful region. Not to mention, the resorts and hotels of East England have some of the best reputations around.
Why play golf in East England?
- Hidden gems
- Easily accessible via major motorways
- Great for groups
- Range of quality golf resorts
The luxurious surroundings of East England
If championship golf in luxurious surroundings with your friends and family is what you’re looking for, then a trip to East England is bound to please. East England is one of the sunnier regions within the UK which means that the courses which inhabit this vast region are always in great condition.
The region is home to several fantastic courses and resorts, one such example being the Five Lakes Resort 4* in Maldon. Five Lakes is a superb resort with a growing reputation amongst golfers and not just for its luxury accommodation, the resort boasts two championship quality courses which feature immaculate fairways, tricky bunkers and undulating fiery greens, a true test.
Other notable courses in the region include The Grove which is an outstanding layout widely regarded as one of Europe’s best. Another course worthy of a visit includes Dunston Hall, a quaint course harbouring beautifully kept USGA standard greens. East England is a region where great golf can be found all over, which explains why it's one of our more popular UK based destinations.
Golf in East England
Rural scenery & excellent value venues
There are many reasons why you should consider the East of England for a golf break. A huge variety of courses and resorts are situated in areas of outstanding natural beauty and all offer something unique. Combine top-quality golf with glorious rural scenery, while further inland you can discover splendid golf break destinations in the likes of Cambridge. Further up along the stunning coast, discover the unspoiled classics in Suffolk and Norfolk.
As you can see, there is something for every golfer in England’s East and right at your fingertips. We offer a wide range of dining and spa packages at luxurious resorts to complete your stay. And wherever you go, the service is always second to none.
Summer is the peak season for golf in the East when the warmer weather seduces golfers of all degrees to hit the fairways. Though this does demand higher green fees, so if you’re looking for a quick bargain, the autumn and spring seasons may be more appealing.
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Our highly recommended hotels & resorts
Some of our top recommended hotels in the East include Dunston Hall 4* and Heacham Manor Hotel in Norfolk, as well as Shendish Manor and Manor of Groves Hotel in Hertfordshire. All oh which offer comfortable, clean, spacious and convenient accommodation.
If you’re after a top-class luxury resort with excellent quality golf onsite, then we recommend the Five Lakes Resort 4*. Nestled in 320 acres of serene Essex countryside, the 194-bedroom hotels feature the two-time AA Rosette winning Brasserie 1, as well as four bars and a luxurious spa complex. The Lakes and The Links courses onsite have gained an enviable reputation. Its superb value and brilliant location make it a firm favourite with our golfers.
For those looking for total luxury, Hanbury Manor is one of nearby London’s favourite luxury hotels, with unprecedented service and fantastic facilities. The hotel has a range of great features, one of which is the beautiful Manor house and the extensive grounds surrounding it, not to mention the Jack Nicklaus II designed Hanbury Manor Golf Course. The spa is the perfect rejuvenation centre for guests looking to unwind and relax after a round of golf.
A stately home with 144 luxury bedrooms and a golf course set in historic parklands, Luton Hoo Hotel Golf & Spa 5* is another must-stay when it comes to a golf break in the East of England. From the moment you first catch sight of the magnificent mansion as you approach through acres of sweeping mature parkland, Luton Hoo invites you to enjoy the very highest standards of five-star luxury.