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For some, golf is more than just a sport; it’s a passion! Derbyshire has established itself as something of a golfing hotspot, attracting both novices and professionals throughout the year. There are plenty of golf hotels in the county close to some superb courses, from extravagant 36-hole greens designed to test even the most seasoned players, to nine-hole knockabouts that’ll remind you why you first started playing the game.
Golf hotels in Derbyshire come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from boutique B&Bs located near superb courses, to sprawling country halls that boast their own fairways. Kedleston Park is perhaps the county’s most revered golf club, situated just four miles from the city of Derby. Established in 1947, it sits on the grounds of the historic Kedleston Hall and offers a challenging game. Of the first nine holes, ‘Abell’s Forest’ is considered to be the one to beat, while, of the second nine, the award goes to ‘Oak Corner’. The Georgian House Hotel is just one of a number close by, only seven minutes away by car.
Hotels such as the Shrigley Hall Hotel, Golf and Country Club and the Breadsall Priory Marriott Hotel and Country Club both boast their own courses, making them perfect for those who want to keep on top of their game. Breadsall Priory has a 36-hole course, while the 18-hole green at Shrigley Hall was created by the renowned golf-course designer Donald Steel. Both offer outstanding accommodation and serene surroundings in which to put your skills to the test.
After a hard day on the green, most golfers want a good meal and a comfortable bed. Many golf hotels in Derbyshire, such as the Morley Hayes Hotel and the Georgian House Hotel, have their own restaurants, allowing you to dine in style before retiring to your room. Some of the higher-spec hotels have their own spas, so bunker-weary golfers can unwind and prepare themselves for the next tournament.
Derbyshire is establishing itself as a firm favourite for golfers. Booking a room in a golf hotel is a great way to get the most from your downtime and improve your game.