Book your next golf tour in Northumberland and stay at the superb Tankerville Arms Hotel, Wooler. In the ancient county of Northumberland, they have 17 available rooms and their Cheviot Restaurant and Bar which has a cosy relaxing atmosphere overlooking their lovely gardens. You can choose to dine in the Chillingham Room which adjoins the Copper Bar where you can meet and mix with the other guests.. Its a great place to relax after a day on the golf course!
Bamburgh Castle Golf Club
Bamburgh Castle Golf Club is often quoted as one of the most scenic golf courses in Britain and with views of Lindisfarne, the Farne Islands, the Cheviots and of course Bamburgh Castle, the course is one of the truest links experiences to be had in England.
This is a must-play golf course – join them and enjoy unforgettable golfing experiences.
Gowswick Golf Club
Gowswick Golf Club is ranked among the top 50 courses in England and is no doubt one of the UK’s best hidden gems.
Goswick Links golf course in Northumberland, nestled amid windswept dunes along a vast expanse of stunning coastline midway between Edinburgh and Newcastle, just three miles off the A1.
This treasure is remote. But that’s one of the many attributes that makes it so special. Seek it out and you’ll be rewarded with an escape from reality to, as Darwin puts it, ‘one of the most naturally magnificent pieces of golfing ground that ever swam into the ken of the golfing explorer’.
Alnmouth Golf Club
Alnmouth Golf Club, Foxton Hall overlooks the splendours of both Foxton and Alnmouth Bay on the Northumberland coastline in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. It is widely regarded as one of the finest golf courses in the North East of England.
Established in 1869, steeped in history, Alnmouth Golf Club is the 4th oldest golf club in England. Although the course has a coastal location it has parkland turf and a reputation for the fine quality of the greens and superb presentation.
2 nights Bed and Breakfast and 3 rounds of golf:
From only £265pp
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