A classic seaside venue, Norfolk is a real treat
Although Norfolk is more known for its beaches, beautiful stretches of coast and Cromer crabs, in recent years it has been receiving a lot more praise for its plethora of outstanding golf courses. Norfolk is a destination any golfer will love, with some exceptional views of the sea from certain courses, wonderful accommodation and lively nightlife, especially in Norwich, it’s got a bit of everything going for it.
Why play golf in Norfolk?
- Home of The Wash
- Popular tourist destination
- Easily accessible
- Fabulous local produce & food
Tee it up on the Norfolk coast
Norfolk is a county which benefits from a wealth of superb golf courses, some of which wrongly go unnoticed by the wider golfing community. Norfolk golf courses are all about variety from great inland parkland courses with immaculate fairways and tight running greens, to links courses on the cliffs with the wind howling off the coastline, golfers are truly spoilt for choice on a golf break in Norfolk.
Notable Norfolk golf courses include Dunston Hall, Sprowston Manor, Royal Cromer and Sheringham Golf Course. Dunston Hall and Sprowston are known for being quaint parkland courses surrounded by nature where golfers can relax and unwind. While Royal Cromer and Sheringham are much more coastal courses which test a golfer’s ability to keep the ball below the wind and where course management is key.
Golf in Norfolk
Enjoy Norfolk golf on your doorstep
The beautiful country of Norfolk is one of the UK’s most popular golfing destinations and enjoyed by golfing enthusiasts all over the world, and it’s easy to see why. Set along England’s east coast, the beautiful seaside scenery makes for a wonderful backdrop for many of the courses. Feel the gentle sea breeze on your face and absorb the fresh air while you tee up on the fairways.
A golf break in Norfolk is perfect for helping you unwind and is the perfect escape with friends or family. Your golf break can be tailored to your requirements, ensuring a memorable golfing getaway. The region is also relatively flat making for great golfing conditions, while the lively city of Norwich offers fantastic bars and restaurants for you to enjoy off the course. What’s more, we offer a great range of luxury accommodation as an ideal base for your stay.
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Not sure where to play? Browse our map and find your ideal destination in a continent of possibilities. We know you will be spoiled for choice! Remember our knowledgeable golf experts are ready to answer any questions.
Fine dining, seaside resorts & more
Norfolk offers a wealth of accommodation, from luxury resorts to convenient, comfortable hotels. We recommend Dunston Hall 4*, a superb Elizabethan-style 4-star hotel, set in 150 acres of stunning wooded parkland offering exceptional service and a wide range of leisure facilities. Built-in 1885 by Robert Kellet-Long, it boasts many of the beautiful original features, helping it to retain its beloved character.
Another excellent option is the Sprowston Manor Hotel & Country Club 4*. It boasts an award-winning spa and a beautiful parkland golf course. The fantastic location of this stately Norfolk manor house is ideal for a golf break and the makings of a fantastic few days away. It is an extremely well sought-after venue. Or, for those looking for a warm friendly traditional hotel overlooking the river Yare and surrounding Norfolk countryside, look no further than Barnham Broom.
If you’re looking to stay close to the local attractions and charming Victorian seaside town of Hunstanton, the luxury Heacham Manor is ideal. Originally an Elizabethan Manor House, the accommodation is elegant and extremely comfortable, and it offers superb value for money stays.