With so many sensational courses to play, glorious countryside to explore and local food and drink to discover, a golf break in Kent is the perfect way to make the most of a visit to Kent’s glorious greens. Better still, as many of Kent’s courses have their own accommodation, you needn’t go too far after a long day on the course.
For 5* luxury fit for royalty, a break a Hever Castle is a must. Play the 27 hole Championship Course on the castle’s estate, set in 250 acres of Wealden countryside, before checking in and checking out in the luxurious Astor and Anne Boleyn Wings, or treat yourself to the gold rated holiday cottage, Medley Court. With a full English breakfast on offer, you’ll soon be ready to face the day, be it playing the Kings and Queens Nine, or touring the iconic castle as part of your stay.
A little luxury
Known as the loveliest castle in the world, Leeds Castle provides the perfect backdrop for a round of golf. Tee off here and you’ll find challenging holes, sensational views and beautiful parkland. For a royal reception, stay the night in the grounds of the castle at Stable Courtyard and be sure to book a table at the award-winning Castle View Restaurant to round off your break.
Fit for royalty
For a truly relaxing Sunday, pay a visit to London Golf Club and enjoy an exclusive stay and play offer. Play nine holes on the International Course, check in at Brandshatch Place Hotel and Spa and round off your day with access to the spa facilities. After a restful night, it’s back to the International Course for 18 holes in the place where champions have been made, all for just £249 per room.
In the footsteps of champions
Enjoy a short break at Prince’s and you can expect stunning coastal views and exceptional links golf. Round off a day on the course with dinner at the 2AA Rosette Brasserie on the Bay for the perfect way to sample local Kentish produce, before retiring to the Lodge where you’ll find views over Sandwich Bay.