An excellent 9-hole golf course in the scenic countryside of the Hampshire-Berkshire border, the Bishopswood Golf Course is one of the finest golfing venues of its kind in the country. It's well within reach of a great selection of top hotels in Hampshire, and is also a popular venue for corporate functions and other special occasions.
Enjoy delicious meals at the Sands Restaurant or the Balcony Bar prepared by a talented hospitality team who use only the finest ingredients, locally sourced wherever possible. Choose from a great selection of premium drinks and tasty snacks, or book a private dinner event or wedding reception and customise your menu to your preferences.
Luxury Hotels Close to the Bishopswood Golf Club
Whichever luxury hotel you choose, you'll benefit from world-class hospitality and immaculate, spacious rooms. All luxury hotels in Hampshire provide WiFi access, normally in all rooms and public areas, and some also have full-service spas and indoor pools for your enjoyment. One of the most prestigious hotels near the Bishopswood Golf Course is Tylney Hall, an enchanting four star venue featuring elaborately decorated WiFi-enabled rooms overlooking picturesque grounds.
Close to the North Wessex Downs
An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), the North Wessex Downs is revered for its ancient woodlands, charming country cottages, and quaint medieval churches. In fact, it is one of the largest AONBs in the country, perfect for a long afternoon of cycling, a bracing winter morning stroll, or a family summer picnic. This photogenic landscape is overlooked by Watership Down, a hill that was an inspiration Richard Adam's Carnegie Medal-winning novel of the same name, published in 1972.
Other Places of Interest Nearby the Bishopswood Golf Club
See the striking ruins of Basing House, one an extravagant Tudor mansion, then head a little further south to Winchester and visit the city's magnificent cathedral and castle. You could also visit the ruins of Odiham Castle near the outskirts of Basingstoke, or see the majestic Vyne, a well-preserved 16th century house that houses a special Roman ring that is thought ot be the inspiration for J. R. R. Tolkien's internationally acclaimed novels Lord of the Rings.