The south-west venue is newly-ranked among GB&I’s top 100 golf resorts
Gloucestershire venue Tewkesbury Park has been given a multi-million pound overhaul to enhance its golf break offering with new accommodation and some of the finest playing surfaces in the south-west of England.
Golfers looking for a luxury golf break now have six brand new historic suites to choose from, each offering five-star levels of opulence, detail and traditional quality rarely found in English golf hotels.
Three other individually-designed ‘Indulgence’ rooms can also be found in the 18th Century manor house, and the remainder of Tewkesbury Park’s bedrooms now offer a minimum of four-star style, comfort and interiors – with Hypnos beds in every room.
Out on the 6,579-yard, par-72 course – designed by highly-acclaimed golf architect Frank Pennink – dozens of bunkers have been refurbished, and the course has been remodelled and reconditioned by designer Peter McEvoy and agronomist John Clarkin, who previously worked together on the award-winning Powerscourt Golf Club in Ireland.
There’s also a new golf boutique shop providing all the golfing essentials, plus brand-new locker rooms, a six-hole Academy Course to warm-up on, two separate practice areas and a putting green.
Off the course, meanwhile, the hotel’s indoor pool, sauna, steam room and outdoor hot tub have all been refurbished.