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Der "Garden of England", die Golfregion Kent ist nur 45 Minuten von London oder über den Ärmelkanal mit der Fähre nach Dover, direkt erreichbar. Schnelle Wege vom Kontinent in das älteste County Englands. Kent besitzt die 2 ältesten Kathetralen Englands und die meisten Schlösser und historischen Gebäude aller Landesteile.

Die Cliffs of Dover und die zahlreichen Gärten ziehen unzählige Touristen jedes Jahr in diese Region. Inmitten dieser fantastischen Landschaft liegen zahlreiche und weltbekannte Golfanlagen. Diese sind alleine eine Reise wert. Aber auch auf dem Weg nach Irland oder in die Regionen nördlich von London, wie auch Wales und Schottland, bietet sich der County Kent an zu verweilen und einige Plätze zu bespielen.

Top Tipp:  Besonders zentrumsnahe Falstaff oder Victoria B&B in Canterbury, 5 Tagestour, 5 Greenfee    ab 799€ im DZ  

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Golf Circle Kent

The Lodge at Prince`s

An intimate venue nestled on the Bay of Sandwich, offering stunning views across the English Channel and over to the White Cliffs of Ramsgate with dining in our all new Brasserie on the Bay. The Lodge, which opened in May 2012, is a unique golfing and function venue on the South East Coast. The Lodge, with two adjoining Lodge Houses, has 38 bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities.

7 Tage Golf Circle in Kent mit 5 verschiedenen Greenfee in der Region, B&B im DZ ab 799€     Weitere Informationen

 

Kent is a golfer's paradise

golf in Kent

Kent is a golfer's paradise

Whether you are a seasoned pro or a budding beginner, enjoy a little swing time on some of the extraordinary and countless golf courses in Kent. Kent is home to many of the finest courses in the UK. Some of which can be found on the east coast, offering spectacular views across the Kentish countryside and English Channel. Littlestone, North Foreland, Royal Cinque Ports, Prince’s and Royal St Georges (also known as the Regal Five), provide first-class facilities, with Royal St George’s home to the 2011 Open Championship in Sandwich. Lullingstone Park Golf Course offers a fantastic range of courses, with their championship length Castle course as well as a 20-bay driving range and fully stocked pro-shop. For those seeking courses with that special something, both Leeds and Hever Castle offer 9-hole courses against the picturesque backdrop of castles, landscaped gardens and lakes. Hever also boasts an 18-hole championship course, so even more chances to swing your seven iron! The London Beach Golf Club offers spectacular views over the Weald of Kent and offers a challenging experience. Nick Faldo’s Chart Hills and Jack Nicklaus’ London Golf Club are also notable and iconic courses, with the London Golf Club featuring on the European tour. Kent also hosts a variety of ‘stay and play’ options in great quality accommodation – leaving you plenty of room to store your clubs! The Lodge at Prince’s is a 3* intimate venue, with 38 bedrooms and superb facilities. Chilston Park Hotel and the Thistle Brands Hatch both offer great bases to explore the courses in west Kent. Shepherd Neame have a selection of hotels and inns in Kent, ideally situated for golfing breaks and holidays – and as Britain’s oldest brewer, they are all fully stocked with quintessentially Kentish ales and award-winning lagers – perfect for celebrating! With over 100 courses to choose from, fantastic golfing accommodation and iconic connections with golfing greats, why don’t you test your skills and sink a few putts in the Garden of England? - See more at: http://www.visitkent.co.uk/golf#sthash.RwXGR8iF.dpuf

golf in Kent

Kent is a golfer's paradise

Whether you are a seasoned pro or a budding beginner, enjoy a little swing time on some of the extraordinary and countless golf courses in Kent. Kent is home to many of the finest courses in the UK. Some of which can be found on the east coast, offering spectacular views across the Kentish countryside and English Channel. Littlestone, North Foreland, Royal Cinque Ports, Prince’s and Royal St Georges (also known as the Regal Five), provide first-class facilities, with Royal St George’s home to the 2011 Open Championship in Sandwich. Lullingstone Park Golf Course offers a fantastic range of courses, with their championship length Castle course as well as a 20-bay driving range and fully stocked pro-shop. For those seeking courses with that special something, both Leeds and Hever Castle offer 9-hole courses against the picturesque backdrop of castles, landscaped gardens and lakes. Hever also boasts an 18-hole championship course, so even more chances to swing your seven iron! The London Beach Golf Club offers spectacular views over the Weald of Kent and offers a challenging experience. Nick Faldo’s Chart Hills and Jack Nicklaus’ London Golf Club are also notable and iconic courses, with the London Golf Club featuring on the European tour. Kent also hosts a variety of ‘stay and play’ options in great quality accommodation – leaving you plenty of room to store your clubs! The Lodge at Prince’s is a 3* intimate venue, with 38 bedrooms and superb facilities. Chilston Park Hotel and the Thistle Brands Hatch both offer great bases to explore the courses in west Kent. Shepherd Neame have a selection of hotels and inns in Kent, ideally situated for golfing breaks and holidays – and as Britain’s oldest brewer, they are all fully stocked with quintessentially Kentish ales and award-winning lagers – perfect for celebrating! With over 100 courses to choose from, fantastic golfing accommodation and iconic connections with golfing greats, why don’t you test your skills and sink a few putts in the Garden of England? - See more at: http://www.visitkent.co.uk/golf#sthash.knlO7wOK.dpuf

golf in Kent

Kent is a golfer's paradise

Whether you are a seasoned pro or a budding beginner, enjoy a little swing time on some of the extraordinary and countless golf courses in Kent. Kent is home to many of the finest courses in the UK. Some of which can be found on the east coast, offering spectacular views across the Kentish countryside and English Channel. Littlestone, North Foreland, Royal Cinque Ports, Prince’s and Royal St Georges (also known as the Regal Five), provide first-class facilities, with Royal St George’s home to the 2011 Open Championship in Sandwich. Lullingstone Park Golf Course offers a fantastic range of courses, with their championship length Castle course as well as a 20-bay driving range and fully stocked pro-shop. For those seeking courses with that special something, both Leeds and Hever Castle offer 9-hole courses against the picturesque backdrop of castles, landscaped gardens and lakes. Hever also boasts an 18-hole championship course, so even more chances to swing your seven iron! The London Beach Golf Club offers spectacular views over the Weald of Kent and offers a challenging experience. Nick Faldo’s Chart Hills and Jack Nicklaus’ London Golf Club are also notable and iconic courses, with the London Golf Club featuring on the European tour. Kent also hosts a variety of ‘stay and play’ options in great quality accommodation – leaving you plenty of room to store your clubs! The Lodge at Prince’s is a 3* intimate venue, with 38 bedrooms and superb facilities. Chilston Park Hotel and the Thistle Brands Hatch both offer great bases to explore the courses in west Kent. Shepherd Neame have a selection of hotels and inns in Kent, ideally situated for golfing breaks and holidays – and as Britain’s oldest brewer, they are all fully stocked with quintessentially Kentish ales and award-winning lagers – perfect for celebrating! With over 100 courses to choose from, fantastic golfing accommodation and iconic connections with golfing greats, why don’t you test your skills and sink a few putts in the Garden of England? - See more at: http://www.visitkent.co.uk/golf#sthash.knlO7wOK.dpuf

golf in Kent

Kent is a golfer's paradise

Whether you are a seasoned pro or a budding beginner, enjoy a little swing time on some of the extraordinary and countless golf courses in Kent. Kent is home to many of the finest courses in the UK. Some of which can be found on the east coast, offering spectacular views across the Kentish countryside and English Channel. Littlestone, North Foreland, Royal Cinque Ports, Prince’s and Royal St Georges (also known as the Regal Five), provide first-class facilities, with Royal St George’s home to the 2011 Open Championship in Sandwich. Lullingstone Park Golf Course offers a fantastic range of courses, with their championship length Castle course as well as a 20-bay driving range and fully stocked pro-shop. For those seeking courses with that special something, both Leeds and Hever Castle offer 9-hole courses against the picturesque backdrop of castles, landscaped gardens and lakes. Hever also boasts an 18-hole championship course, so even more chances to swing your seven iron! The London Beach Golf Club offers spectacular views over the Weald of Kent and offers a challenging experience. Nick Faldo’s Chart Hills and Jack Nicklaus’ London Golf Club are also notable and iconic courses, with the London Golf Club featuring on the European tour. Kent also hosts a variety of ‘stay and play’ options in great quality accommodation – leaving you plenty of room to store your clubs! The Lodge at Prince’s is a 3* intimate venue, with 38 bedrooms and superb facilities. Chilston Park Hotel and the Thistle Brands Hatch both offer great bases to explore the courses in west Kent. Shepherd Neame have a selection of hotels and inns in Kent, ideally situated for golfing breaks and holidays – and as Britain’s oldest brewer, they are all fully stocked with quintessentially Kentish ales and award-winning lagers – perfect for celebrating! With over 100 courses to choose from, fantastic golfing accommodation and iconic connections with golfing greats, why don’t you test your skills and sink a few putts in the Garden of England? - See more at: http://www.visitkent.co.uk/golf#sthash.knlO7wOK.dpuf

golf in Kent

Kent is a golfer's paradise

Whether you are a seasoned pro or a budding beginner, enjoy a little swing time on some of the extraordinary and countless golf courses in Kent. Kent is home to many of the finest courses in the UK. Some of which can be found on the east coast, offering spectacular views across the Kentish countryside and English Channel. Littlestone, North Foreland, Royal Cinque Ports, Prince’s and Royal St Georges (also known as the Regal Five), provide first-class facilities, with Royal St George’s home to the 2011 Open Championship in Sandwich. Lullingstone Park Golf Course offers a fantastic range of courses, with their championship length Castle course as well as a 20-bay driving range and fully stocked pro-shop. For those seeking courses with that special something, both Leeds and Hever Castle offer 9-hole courses against the picturesque backdrop of castles, landscaped gardens and lakes. Hever also boasts an 18-hole championship course, so even more chances to swing your seven iron! The London Beach Golf Club offers spectacular views over the Weald of Kent and offers a challenging experience. Nick Faldo’s Chart Hills and Jack Nicklaus’ London Golf Club are also notable and iconic courses, with the London Golf Club featuring on the European tour. Kent also hosts a variety of ‘stay and play’ options in great quality accommodation – leaving you plenty of room to store your clubs! The Lodge at Prince’s is a 3* intimate venue, with 38 bedrooms and superb facilities. Chilston Park Hotel and the Thistle Brands Hatch both offer great bases to explore the courses in west Kent. Shepherd Neame have a selection of hotels and inns in Kent, ideally situated for golfing breaks and holidays – and as Britain’s oldest brewer, they are all fully stocked with quintessentially Kentish ales and award-winning lagers – perfect for celebrating! With over 100 courses to choose from, fantastic golfing accommodation and iconic connections with golfing greats, why don’t you test your skills and sink a few putts in the Garden of England? - See more at: http://www.visitkent.co.uk/golf#sthash.knlO7wOK.dpuf

 

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