Shendish Manor Hotel & Golf Course
Shendish Manor Golf Club overview
At Shendish Manor Hotel & Golf Course, the Victoria design has been retained in the more modern redevelopment. The hotel is set within 160 of beautiful parkland scenery and is fitted with 70 stylish bedrooms, not to mention the par 70 18-hole golf course onsite.
The golf course at Shendish Manor measures in at 5,660 yards and is designed to USPGA specifications. The par 70 is sculpted from beautiful parkland and woodland and offers a challenge to golfers of all abilities.
The gorgeous, elegance of all 70 bedrooms at Shendish Manor will make for a relaxing and comfortable stay. Enjoy views over the Hertfordshire countryside when you wake. There are 18 bedrooms in the existing Manor House, which encapsulate the essence of the historic estate. There are a further 52 rooms in the modern wing which boast stylish furnishings and decor.
Every one of the spacious bedrooms has air conditioning and a TV with cable/satellite. Tea and coffee-making facilities are also available and each room has its own en-suite bathroom with shower. Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel and the spacious lounge area is the perfect place to relax with your golf party.
Restaurant & Bars
The Orangery restaurant offers a top dining experience with fresh, seasonal ingredients that have been locally sourced. Enjoy magnificent views over the estate and the Dutch Garden, and dine al fresco on the terrace. Afternoon Tea is also available at The Orangery, seven days a week. There is a fantastic selection of wines, beers, champagnes, cocktails and liquors available.
Shendish Manor is off Junction 20 on the M25. Alternatively, the nearest train station is Aplsley which is around one mile from the hotel and Luton airport is 14 miles away if you are flying in.
Did You Know
This estate is just five miles from The Warner Bros Harry Potter Studio Tour, a perfect activity for a day out.
Shendish Manor Golf Course
Shendish Manor Golf Course offers a mixture of challenges, working its way through a combination of parkland and woodland holes. The undulating fairways are tree-lined and tight and will penalise those who are not accurate off the tee.