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Top Five Coastal Hotels in the UK to Visit in the Spring

Once you’ve fallen in love with the UK coastline it’s nigh on impossible to resist the draw of salt in the air, sand between your toes and the occasional spot of sunshine as well.  Long walks along the cliff tops, hearty meals with dramatic views, and a sense of adventure are staples of a British seaside break, as long as you know which coastal hotels to visit.  So here’s what we suggest…

The Lugger Hotel, Cornwall

Bespoke Hotels - The Lugger
Bespoke Hotels – The Lugger

In the little village of Portloe, known for its unrivalled, timeless beauty, The Lugger Hotel is the proud recipient of numerous accolades relating to its high standards of service and style.  Right on the water’s edge, coastal hotels are ideally located for pottering around by the sea, but the Lugger is also within easy reach of attractions like the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan.  Details including carefully attended fine linens and deluxe showers , while completing the experience is the restaurant, which proudly sports two AA Rosettes and serves locally-sourced food, and truly a joy to luxuriate over.

My Hotel Brighton, Brighton

A luxury hotel that looks more like the apartment you wish you had, My Hotel Brighton is a four star destination that hinges on sexy design and the spirituality of Feng Shui.  Yes, this is how to do Brighton if you’re not a student – ultra cool, super stylish, but with plenty of soul.  Local artisans have created opulent studios, and artwork is peppered throughout the hotel.  They also know how to stop you from feeling like just another face in the crowd, storing your personal preferences on record so that when you go back (and you will want to go back), your room will be ready and waiting just the way you like it!

The Dunollie Hotel, Isle of Skye

Bespoke Hotels - The Dunollie Hotel

In a serene waterside location on Broadford Bay, The Dunollie Hotel is all about escaping to homely comforts (and hopefully a lack of mobile phone signal as well).  At the foot of the mountains leading to the famed Cuillin Hills, the area is filled with history, not least the legend that Bonnie Prince Charlie gave the recipe for Drambuie to Clan MacKinnon at this very spot, to thank them for helping him to escape from France.  So why not drink a toast in the restaurant in the evening?  It would be rude not to!

BridgeHouse, Dorset

In a word, BridgeHouse in Dorset is simply magical.  With 700 years of history, it is quite literally a house on a bridge that once upon a time housed a dozen priests.  Today, everything from the walled garden to The Beaminster Brasserie is brimming with charm.  Food, including freshly caught fish is local and organic, and the whole atmosphere is one of unpretentious relaxation.  As good fortune would have it is also close to the Jurassic Coast, which, if you haven’t been, is a real treat for the senses and perfect for anyone who wants to get outside for a bracing spring walk.

Carnoustie Golf Hotel, Scotland

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Carnoustie Hotel & Spa

It’s up to you which view you prefer at the Carnoustie Hotel, from the local town to the golf course and the windswept, it’s all spectacular.  The golf course has hosted some of history’s greatest players in its time, and while the hotel has a wealth of health and spa facilities which really ought to be enjoyed while you’re here, we are partial to a stroll down to the water’s edge where the Angus coastline boasts some of the most magical beaches in Scotland.  If you fancy a day out, a trip to the late Queen Mum’s imposing childhood home Glamis Castle is a must, and we suggest you finish the day with Scottish fare in the hotel’s award-winning Dalhousie Restaurant.

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Plan a Trip with Bespoke Hotel Golf Breaks

A holiday away with like-minded people is a great way to bond with your friends or family. Whether you want to spend some time with pals, or get to know your new son-in-law a little better, there’s no better way to bond with them than to plan a golf holiday. Golf is synonymous with walking and talking. It’s a leisurely pastime that’s been enjoyed for centuries and Bespoke Golf hotels cater to golf fanatics from all over the world by providing a luxurious retreat that centres around the sport.

Choosing the Right Bespoke Hotel for Your Golf Trip

Many of Bespoke’s 10 Golf hotels cater both to the golf fanatic and anyone who may be travelling with them and keen to unwind away from the course, so it’s not uncommon to find a combination of spa and golf hotels available. These combination hotels offer exceptional experiences out on the course, while also providing a number of decadent spa treatments such as massages, facials, pedicures, and manicures.

When researching golf hotels, choose one based on the courses you’d like to play with your friends, like the famous Open Championship course of Carnoustie. Most golfers have a course they’ve always dreamed of setting foot on, and the Carnoustie hotel can make that dream a reality. However, that’s far from the only string to Bespoke’s bow, and many of their hotels boast their own beautiful courses with challenging holes and histories of hosting championship games.

Golf Packages

Just because you’re travelling with a group of friends doesn’t mean you can’t take advantage of Bespoke hotel special offers. Our special rates often apply to rooms with one king or two double beds. If you’re a group of four, you can opt for two rooms so everyone can take advantage of the deal.

The price of golf packages usually includes the fees to play on one or more courses, breakfast at the hotel, prearranged tee times, caddies, and often the cost of dinner for one night during your stay. Each hotel’s package is different, and prices are seasonal, so it’s best to ask about different options when you book your trip.

Take in Area Attractions

As will doubtless be a huge relief to some, a golfing break doesn’t have to centre around golf the entire time, although don’t be surprised if you stay fairly close to your favourite course during the trip. Golf hotels are usually close enough to city centres or cultural areas that you can spend a day exploring the local town and get away from the greens by taking a look around other notable attractions.

Ultimately, no matter how you spend your golf holiday with your friends, at the end of the day you’re sure to forge bonds and create memories. To book your golf break all you need to do is check out our current range of special golf holiday offers by clicking here.

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