The Grove unveils new 'Stay & Play' deals

2014 04 Grove

The Grove, London’s country estate and one of Europe’s finest golfing destinations, has launched a number of great value ‘Stay & Play’ packages, making it easier than ever for golfers to enjoy its luxurious surroundings.

Until the end of April, avid players can secure a one-night bed and breakfast stay and one round of golf (with complimentary use of buggies until April 17) from only £160pp based on two sharing.

Situated only 18 miles from Central London, minutes from Heathrow Airport and in close proximity to Junction 19 of the M25, The Grove’s location is the envy of many and it has positioned itself as the capital’s leading venue for world-class golf.

With an emphasis on outstanding service and hospitality, boasting a golfing layout of widespread critical acclaim, and being the only English venue to have hosted a World Golf Championships event, The Grove is a resort unlike any other.

Indeed, such is the quality of the resort’s championship course, which is set in 300 acres of stunning Hertfordshire countryside, golfers enjoy peak playing conditions and full greens all year round, despite many other courses in the region falling foul of winter conditions.
There are absolutely no restrictions on visitors taking advantage of The Grove’s peerless service and opulent hospitality.

Kyle Phillips’ distinguished design follows a majestic route through rolling landscape and combines the great traditions of British golf course architecture with a careful consideration of modern game strategies. Quite simply, the world-renowned course designer’s creation is beyond compare.

The Grove’s lovingly-restored five-star hotel, the former ancestral home of the Earls of Clarendon, overlooks a magnificent estate, which is also home to a wealth of first-rate facilities, with the Dave Pelz Golf School, full-length driving range, recently improved short game area, and putting green offering ideal opportunities for a pre-round warm-up.

Despite its position as one of England’s most exclusive venues for golf, there are absolutely no restrictions on visitors taking advantage of The Grove’s peerless service and opulent hospitality. Those seeking a round of golf that is as exciting as it is unforgettable are more than welcome to while away the hours against the charming Home County backdrop, and return on as many occasions as their heart desires.

Further encouragement to visit The Grove is currently being offered in the provision of a special ‘Winter Warmer’ rate, which represents incredible value and extends until April 5, 2014.

Entitling golfers to a breakfast bap with tea or coffee on arrival, full use of the practice facilities and 18 holes on the championship course, followed by lunch in The Stables Bar for only £105pp, there is no better time to discover 'The Grove Experience'.

The Grove: Find out more

Information on golf bookings and the array of first-class facilities at The Grove can be found at

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