The Belfry named Europe's Best Golf Hotel again!

The Belfry

The Belfry Hotel & Resort continues to wow golfers from across the globe as it was named ‘Europe’s Best Golf Hotel’ for a second consecutive year.

As well as that, the West Midlands venue was also awarded ‘England’s Best Golf Course and ‘England’s Best Golf Hotel’ for a fourth year running at the 2017 World Golf Awards, held at La Manga Club Resort over the weekend.

The awards ceremony saw The Belfry fight off several other leading golf hotels from across Europe to retain the prestigious award.

Chosen by golfers from all over the world, the awards recognised The Belfry for its stunning hotel that boasts no fewer than 319 rooms, as well as luxury suites, bars and restaurants.

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Meanwhile, The Brabazon – the only course to have hosted The Ryder Cup on four occasions – was once again praised for its unrivalled conditioning and layout.

James Stewart, The Belfry’s resort director, said: “It is an honour to be named Europe’s Best Golf Hotel for a second consecutive year and we would like to thank every golfer from across the world who voted for us.

“As the spiritual home of the Ryder Cup, we are challenged every day to ensure the quality and service we provide to our customers is of a world class standard.

“The dedication and hard work put in by the whole team across the resort has taken The Belfry onto another level this year – proved by a recent 59club rating that put the resort in the top three for customer service across Europe.”

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