Les Pins Golf Course
at Golf d'Hardelot
Northern France, France
Golf d'Hardelot Golf Club overview
Located in the heart of the seaside resort Hardelot-Plage is Golf d'Hardelot. Offering a variety of services and equipment alongside two incredible courses, this is a must-visit French venue.
Make use of the practice facilities, including a training bunker and putting green, or visit the well-stocked pro shop. After your round, you could enjoy a refreshing drink at the club bar, or indulge in a meal at the restaurant which overlooks the 18th green.
Les Pins Course overview
Ranked as one of the top 100 golf courses in Europe, this popular 18 hole golf course was built in 1934 by the famous British architect, Tom Simpson. The fairways are lined with magnificent trees that were once part of the ancient forest in which France and England signed the famous peace treaty 450 years ago.
Over the years, Les Pins has been the host to numerous championship events. The golf course consists of strategically placed bunkers and well-guarded greens which definitely require an accurate stroke play. The unique par-72 championship golf course includes five short holes and five long holes, but watch out for the 6th as this is considered to be one of the hardest par-5’s in Europe! A must-play on one of the best golf courses in Northern France.
Accommodation near Les Pins Golf Course
This 18th century chateau is the perfect retreat for couples and small groups of golfers; set in the stunning Boulogne countryside, the Hotel Clery offers an intimate stay, with 27 rooms to its name. There is also a great selection of the region
Hotel du Parc
The Hotel du Parc boasts 81 en-suite rooms and 25 luxury self-catering apartments, which are perfect for groups. What’s more, with the popular Hardelot golf courses nearby, this hotel is a great option for golfers looking to stay in Hardelot.
Hotel Les Jardins Hardelot
The Hotel Les Jardins d'Hardelot is an extremely convenient 3-star hotel with a central location and great surroundings. It has good access to some of the finest golf courses that France has to offer.
Le Grand Hotel Le Touquet
Offering a luxury retreat in the popular town of Cote d’Opale, Le Grand Hotel Le Touquet houses 128 stylish guestrooms. With stunning views of the Baie de la Canche and plenty of room choice, the hotel is perfect for large and small groups of golfers
Le Caddy Hotel
Perfectly located in the heart of Le Touquet with many classic courses nearby, Le Caddy Hotel is fantastic for groups looking for a great value golf holiday with a vibrant nightlife.
Holiday Inn Resort (Le Touquet)
Offering 88 comfortable rooms, the Holiday Inn Resort presents a peaceful and relaxed setting, perfect for golfers looking to stay a short walk away from the lively town of Le Touquet.
Le Westminster Barrière Le Touquet
Situated in the heart of Le Touquet, Le Westminster Barrière Le Touquet offers a luxurious hotel experience with various room types, perfect for large and small groups of golfers.
Le Bristol Hotel
Le Bristol Hotel is a firm favourite with a great selection of modern and comfortable bedrooms. Guests can enjoy the welcoming lounge and the bar tempts many residents to relax in the hotel instead of heading into town.
Le Touquet Golf Resort
Just five minutes' drive from the town, Le Manoir Hotel is well located but also has a variety of rooms, to make sure that every guest is catered for. Enjoy the outstanding restaurant onsite after a day spent on one of the resorts two onsite courses.
Hotel Red Fox
The Red Fox Hotel is located in the centre of the seaside resort of Le Touquet, Northern France, close to local beaches, shops, bars and restaurants. Le Touquet is a small market town full of character and makes for a lively destination to visit.
Le Regina Hotel
Situated in the picturesque region of Pas-de-Calais, the family run Le Regina Hotel is set in the heart of a pine forest and is just a two minute drive from both Hardelot courses, making it convenient and accessible for a golf break.
Book your break at Les Pins Golf Course
"One of the best courses in Northern France. Has held a European tour event and with the changes that has been made it's definitely in the top 20 french courses. Deep bunkers and fast sloping greens makes this course difficult to score well on."
Senior Groups European Travel Consultant