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.
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.