Published on : Wednesday, January 25, 2017
For just £249 per room for 2 people, this appealing golf break includes nine holes of golf on Sunday afternoon and 18 holes on Monday morning over the London Golf Club’s International Course and an overnight stay at Brandshatch Place.
The International Course, one of the two Jack Nicklaus-designed championship courses at London Golf Club, is located 25 miles from the centre of London in West Kent and is just down the road from Brandshatch Place.
The 1st hole of The International Course, London Golf Club & Brandshatch Place
The club itself, run very much along the lines of an American country club, boasts a luxurious clubhouse and excellent restaurant and prides itself on its attention to detail and exceptional, personal service.
Following its official opening in 1994, the club has quickly established itself as one of England’s finest golf destinations and its quality and appeal were confirmed when it became a European Tour Destination.
Since then it has staged a number of prestigious golf tournaments including the 2014 Volvo World Match Play Championship and the 2016 Brabazon Trophy that reflect the convenience of its location, the quality of its property and the high regard in which its golf courses are held.
Brandshatch Place, one of the county’s premier hotels, is set in a Georgian mansion built in 1806 in the heart of the picturesque Kent countryside. It offers 38 individually-furnished rooms that are both elegant and well-appointed as well as a spa that features seven treatment rooms, a relaxation room, sauna, steam room and dining lounge with roof terrace. The facilities in its Health Club include tennis courts, a spin studio, gym and a swimming pool.
This special golf package includes:
The cost of the package for two is £249, whilst the package for one golfer and one non-golfer is priced at just £199.
The London Golf Club is a member of the Golf in Kent partnership between Visit Kent and some of the county’s premier golf courses and hotel providers. Known as ‘a golfer’s paradise in the Garden of England, Kent offers a wide variety of golf breaks over its fine selection of championship links, three of which have in the past hosted The Open Championship, parkland courses and downland layouts.