The Argentario Golf Resort & Spa, one of the most highly-regarded golf destinations in Tuscany, Italy, has opened a stylish new clubhouse in time for the 2019 golf season.
The new structure is home to the pro shop, golf secretary’s office and the clubhouse restaurant and bar, which boasts an extensive wooden terrace offering stunning views over the course and surrounding hills, the Orbetello Lagoon, and the Gulf of Talamone in the distance.
A spokesperson for the resort said: “The cutting-edge design of the clubhouse reflects the dramatic architecture of the nearby resort hotel that is characterised by its magnificent, light-filled atrium reception, its sleek, modern communal spaces and the super-chic furnishings in its rooms, suites and apartments.
“The impressive entrance to the clubhouse, for example, has been created by the installation of a striking decked walkway and gazebo created using natural materials.”
Inside the clubhouse, furnishings chosen by Milan-based interior designer, Andrea Fogli, have produced a stylish, yet cosy interior. The traditional decor of historic Anglo-Saxon golf clubs – such as the soft leather chairs and deer antler candelabra – combine with modern, contemporary features that make for a comfortable and practical environment in which to relax.
The spokesperson added: “The addition of the clubhouse will enhance the overall experience of playing the golf course that meanders its way through the Tuscan terrain, cork-oak woods and ancient olive groves.”
To find out more, log-on to argentarioresort.com
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