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With seven stunning four-star resorts dotted around serene countryside locations in the UK, if you haven’t yet experienced a golf break at one of The QHotels Collection resorts, the question has to be: why not?

From the Doubletree By Hilton Glasgow Westerwood Spa & Golf Resort on the outskirts of Glasgow down through Northumberland to Shropshire and Lincolnshire, a golf break at The QHotels Collection is the perfect way to get away from it all.

There’s never been a better time to do so than right now, too, with a range of offers available. For example, one-night breaks start from only £139 per person, with ‘Pay & Play’ available from £20 per person and society golf days starting from only £29 per person.

Great golf, great facilities and great value – what more could you possibly want?

Let’s take a closer look at what’s on offer…


Slaley Hall Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort

A stunning hotel, set across 1,000 acres of Northumberland countryside, this four-star venue defines brilliance. Its Edwardian mansion house acts as the centre piece for the estate, and if you venture within, you’ll uncover the beautiful bedrooms brimming with elegance.

There’s also a modern wing to the venue that offers guests contemporary rooms, while the three restaurants, one named ‘The Claret Jug’ for its golf course scenery, offer breathtaking views out over the expansive countryside. If you’re looking to shut off from your daily life, the resort offers a Spa for quiet relaxation and a large, heated pool for a splash around with the whole family. While there’s more than enough to keep you occupied, with activities such as clay pigeon

shooting and off-road driving available, it’ll be the golf that will pique your interest.

Slaley Hall boasts two stunning tracks. The Hunting Course, designed by Dave Thomas, has played host to European Tour, PGA Cup and now Asian Tour events and delivers undulating fairways, streams and lakes, towering trees and banks of rhododendrons, while The Priestman Course gives memorable views of the Tyne Valley and beyond.

Find out more here.

Dunston Hall Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort

Built in 1859, Dunston Hall is a historic English country house set in 150 acres of beautiful Norfolk woodland.

Luckily, there’s also an 18-hole USGA championship-level golf course on site. The par-71 course features an abundance of water features and immaculate undulating greens which beautifully contour around the Dunston Hall estate. Why not head out into the covered 22-bay floodlit driving range to warm up or hit a few balls in the large short game area to hone your game before the big round.

The hotel itself offers 166 bedrooms as well as first-class amenities such as an indoor pool, steam room, sauna, whirlpool and gymnasium. All of that exercise will work up an appetite and Dunston Hall has three options, ranging from formal

dining in the main restaurant to relaxed meals on the outdoor terrace.

Conveniently located on the outskirts of Norwich, this country retreat doubles up as a golf paradise, making it the perfect getaway venue for avid golfers.

Find out more here.

Forest Pines Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort

Forest Pines is nestled within 190 acres of beautiful Lincolnshire woodland with excellent motorway links to local airports and major cities in the North and Midlands.

Boasting some of the finest leisure facilities in the area, including an award-winning 27-hole championship golf course, first-class spa, indoor pool and health club, this impressive four-star hotel is the perfect destination for a complete escape. If you’re looking for a continental touch, dine in the Grill Restaurant, which offers a la carte dining and cuisine carefully crafted for a Mediterranean flare.

If you want your evening to last into the night, enjoy a cocktail on the Terrace. With the golf course kept in top condition all year round, there isn’t a bad time to book your trip to remember.

Find out more here.

Belton Woods Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort

Deemed a golfers haven by the scratch player and high handicapper alike, Belton Woods delivers an unforgettable experience for everyone.

The Lincolnshire resort features 36 holes of golf over challenging and picturesque courses, including the Championship Lakes course. You’ll have to be on your game to post a good score round this course, with it featuring long holes, narrow fairways and, as the name suggests, plenty of water hazards.

The other 18-hole track might not be as much of a challenge, but with it running parallel to many of the wooded areas surrounding the resort, it still offers a unique experience.

If you’re looking for more than just golf, the resort delivers it. You can try your hand at tennis, squash, archery and even croquet. Or, if you would prefer, chill out in the spa, which features a heated swimming pool, a wide range of treatments and a fully equipped gym.

Find out more here.

Oulton Hall Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort

This magnificent 18th century mansion will transport you into a world of tranquility and leisure, just five short miles from the city of Leeds – the perfect destination for a relaxing, countryside getaway.

From the moment you arrive at this property, you are aware of its brilliance, with Oulton Hall’s sweeping driveway meandering through 300 acres of landscaped gardens. However, more about the top-class golf offering.

The resort delivers 27 highly acclaimed holes of golf, set across a parkland layout, which offer a test to even the best players. Permanently maintained in pristine condition, the course, which measures in at just over 6,400 yards, places importance on shot-making and strategy.

Away from the golf course, the resort boasts a state-of-the-art golf academy, home to seven PGA qualified tuition experts, which golf geeks can utilise for custom fitting sessions and to hone their skills before heading out for a round.

Find out more here.

The Telford Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort

The Telford Golf Resort is a place to behold. The course and hotel deliver a truly memorable experience.

The tree-lined fairways and greens of the 18-hole layout have been thoughtfully designed after the home of the famous Augusta National, so that they are on a suspended water table system, a unique feature for courses in the area.

The Shropshire-based venue delivers much more than an outstanding golf experience. You’ll struggle to find a nicer place to rest your head than in the 17th century Darby House.

The recently renovated spa is also a key feature and offers guests muscle-relieving massages and skin-brightening facials. Gym fanatics will delight at the fantastic range of equipment available in the 24-hour gym. From elliptical machines to rowers, free weights to yoga mats, this place has everything you need to stay in shape.

Find out more here.

DoubleTree by Hilton Glasgow Westerwood Spa & Golf Resort

If being able to knock it round an absolute gem of a golf course and then flitter away your worries in a relaxing spa afterwards is what you’re looking for, then Doubletree By Hilton Glasgow Westerwood Spa & Golf Resort is the venue for you.

With an 18-hole golf course, first-rate leisure facilities including a spa, gym, eight treatment rooms and a large heated indoor pool, this resort is the perfect destination for those seeking a break away in Scotland’s central belt. The golf course was designed by the great Seve Ballesteros as well as Dave Thomas and features smooth undulating greens and tight fairways.

The par-3 15th is the signature hole on this course and is known as the waterfall hole as the back of the green is framed by a 60-foot rock face. Also boasting views of the Kilsyth and Campsie hills this is a course to be savoured.

Find out more here.

To find out more about The QHotels Collection’s UK golf resorts and their latest offers on golf breaks, memberships, and golf days visit

Alternatively, call 0203 988 3662 or email [email protected] for more details.

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