Big rise in Bulgaria bookings

2015 05 Thracian Cliffs

Thracian Cliffs Golf and Beach Resort looks set for a bumper 2015 after it announced that bookings from golfers in the UK are already 50 per cent higher than they were at this stage last year.


The beautiful resort was given the accolade of Bulgaria’s ‘Best Golf Hotel’ at last year’s inaugural World Golf Awards and is primed to receive an increase in the number of guests from British shores following its high-profile staging of the 2013 Volvo World Match Play Championship.

The course itself was designed by nine-time major winner Gary Player, with the Black Knight himself describing it as ‘twice as good as Pebble Beach’.

A spokesperson for Thracian Cliffs Golf & Beach Resort, said: “The UK is the largest market in Europe for travelling golfers and the reputation of the resort has increased recently with the honours bestowed upon it.
"We expect the numbers to steadily rise throughout the year"

“That has been reflected in the massive increase in the number of bookings we have already taken from the UK for 2015 - and we expect the numbers to steadily rise throughout the year.”

The resort is currently offering golfers the chance to play three rounds on the layout as part of a seven-night package - available in April from £515 per person - and also includes a round on one of the neighbouring courses, BlackSeaRama or the Lighthouse Golf & Spa Resort.

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