Finland's best golf resort the renovated Vanajanlinna Castle provides the perfect accommodation for those looking to play the neighbouring Linna Golf Course, as well as those looking for a real Finnish experience. Not only is the hotel easy to get to with frequent and great flight connections, but once there, guests can enjoy the amazing surrounding nature and perfect climate for golf. During June and July, golfers can play on the excellent accompanying course, with 24/7 light in the recommended months.
Linna Golf was designed by Tim Lobb from European Golf Design, a company who helped create the 2010 Ryder Cup course at Celtic Manor. The 7224 yards course is rated 76 in continental Europe and, has hosted both the European Amateur Championship and the Finnish PGA Championship.
Vanajanlinna offers guests a superb choice of accommodation, with golf suites, villas and rooms in the main building made available. For an even more contemporary feel, stay in one of the Ratsula Houses. These houses, located just 300 metres from the main building each offer a private bathroom, Wi-Fi, minibar, and modern décor.
Restaurant & Bars
An impressive 10 restaurants and bars can be found at Vanajanlinna. From buffets and a la carte dining in the main Dining Room to grand banquets for up to 300 people in the Festive Pavilion during the summer months, you can be assured of a memorable culinary experience.
Spa & Leisure
Away from the course, guests can enjoy the onsite gym, Linna Spa and unique saunas that grace the grounds.
Linna Golf Course
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As one of Finland’s best golfing venues, Linna Golf, a European Tour Properties partner, is a must-play course for anyone looking to book a golf holiday to Scandinavia.