The Belfry Hotel is perfectly situated just 10 minutes from Birmingham airport, The Belfry rests within the beautiful countryside of Warwickshire. Immerse yourself in the British heritage when not on the course, exploring popular destinations such as famous medieval castles. Ideal for any group's golf trip.
Solidified in tournament history and iconic holes, experience the 3 spectacular courses home to The Belfry Hotel. The Brabazon Course, 4-time host of the Ryder Cup, is the perfect opportunity for golfers to experience a course packed full of memorable moments as well as playing at The PGA National Course, building a fantastic reputation for itself.
The beautifully styled 4-Star hotel boasts 319 rooms ranging from Signature to Manor House Suites. All rooms feature a TV, hairdryer, complimentary toiletries, 24-hour room service, and personal robes and slippers, all tailored with style and luxury in mind. This combined with its phenomenal location makes it ideal for your golf trip.
Restaurant & Bars
The Belfry’s wide selection of bars and restaurants offers somewhere to dine for every occasion. The Ryder Grill, credited to its name with stunning backdrops of the four-time Ryder Cup Course, serves a range of locally sourced cuisine in an American style. If you are looking for something lighter in the day and a lively destination bar by night, discover Brabazon Bar or enjoy the hotspot for catching the game at Sam’s Club House.
Located just outside of the beautiful town of Birmingham, you will find this fantastic 4-Star hotel.
Golf courses at The Belfry
The Derby Golf Course is often overshadowed by its more famous sister golf courses. However, the 6099 yard, par-70 is an enjoyable golf course and one that players of all standards can thoroughly enjoy with several water hazards and well-designed risk and reward holes. Although not the longest course, The Derby still requires you to think your way round. The Derby makes a nice change to The Brabazon and PGA National golf courses when visiting the Belfry for a golfing break.
PGA National Course
The PGA National at The Belfry is the only PGA branded golf course in England and makes a fantastic addition to the Belfry collection. Having hosted two European Tour Events, it is easy to see why the course is building a reputation as being one of the best in the country. The inland style of the PGA National golf course presents numerous challenges, including water hazards and strategically placed bunkers.
Host to a record four Ryder Cups and countless European Tour events, The Brabazon is a great test of parkland golf. Always in immaculate condition with fantastic greens, the drama tends to happen at the short Par-4 10th hole or the enticing 18th. Both have become part of Ryder Cup folklore with Seve’s historic drive onto the 10th, Sam Torrance’s famous putt to win the Cup on eighteen in 1985, and Christie O’Connor’s majestic 2-iron across the lake on that same final hole.