Lodges On Golf Courses! A Golfing Break

Golf Lodge Breaks

Grab your clubs and head for a relaxing lodge cabin break! 

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Play Some Golf

A golfing holiday is a great excuse to play some new courses. 

On site?

All the lodges we feature in our top5 have golf on-site, rather than nearby. 

Hot Tub?

Make your break, even more, relaxing with a lodge with a hot tub too! 

Popular Golf Lodges

We’ve looked over the UK’s lodge sites and found a number with golf on-site, some even have stay and play deals. Check out our top 5 and find the perfect gold break for you. 

Our Top 5 Lodges With Golf Courses

1 - Arscott Golf Lodges - With Hot Tubs - Shropshire - On Course Lodge Break

On course lodge at Arscott golf course

What we love about Arscott Golf Lodges

  • The lodges are on the site of the golf course so you can get a round in easily.
  • This is a small site and not a large lodge park which adds to the peace and quiet.
  • Both of the lodges have hot tubs for an added bit of luxury on your break.
  • The Cuckoo lodge is pet-friendly – Correct at the time of writing, please check before booking for any changes. 
  • The club describes itself as a modern golf club that is a friendly environment. The course is a full 18 holes.
  • The on-site clubhouse provides food and drinks all day.
What You will Find at Arscott Golf Pine Lodges
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2 - Kingswood Golf Lodges - With Hot Tubs - South Yorkshire

What we love about Kingswood

  • Some of the lodges have views over the course so you can watch people play golf all day long if you wish. 
  • The hot tubs sunken into the deck add a nice degree of privacy.
  • The lodges and modern looking and spacious. The lodges were built in 2018
  • Very highly rated among guests who have stayed here. 
What You will Find at Kingswood Golf Lodges
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3 - Essex Country Club Lodges - Best For Championship Course - Near Colchester, Essex

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What we love about Essex Country Club

  • An 18 hole championship course on-site, perfect for testing your golf skills on a high-quality course.
  • Choose from 2 and 3 bedroom lodges, these have a touch of luxury with hot tubs.
  • Selected lodges allow dogs. 
  • Had enough golf? You can visit the onsite spa with an indoor pool and a full range of spa treatments. 
  • The site has other amenities including a clubhouse and restaurant. There is also an on-site gym.
  • You can also find a course fishing lake and tennis courts at Essex Country Club – Charges do apply for using these.

4 - Brayton Park - Best Luxury With Hot Tub - North Lake District

Hole 3 at Brayton Park lodges

What we love about Brayton Park

  • Laidback feel with a number of spacious luxury lodges on site.
  • Pay and play at the 9 hole golf course, a very well maintained course. It never looked too busy when we visited there for a week recently.
  • The on-site restaurant has a food delivery menu that you can get delivered to your lodge.
  • Beautiful surroundings in the north lakes, and there’s plenty to do if you do want to get out and about.
  • Selected lodges look on to the first fairway, but are not too close that you need to worry about stray balls. 

5 - Dundonald Links - Best Championship Course - Scotland

Luxury Golf lodges in Scotland at Dundonald Links

What we love about Dundonald Links

  • This is the ultimate golfers holiday,  a truly high-quality links course with lodges in locations overlooking putting greens and the course.
  • They have various lodges available from 2 people to 6 people. 
  • The 2017 Scottish Open took place at Dundonald Links.
  • It is a par 72 course that is a challenging links course that will test the best golfers. We would describe this as the ultimate serious golfer’s break – perfect for a special holiday. 
  • The course has sustainability at its heart. They won sustainable golf course of the year in 2015 and work on a zero landfill waste policy – A true leader in sustainable golf. 

6 - Penllwyn Lodges - Powys, Wales

Penllwyn Lodges Wales -Golf course and hot tubs!

What we love about Pwnllwyn Lodges

  • The raised lodges give a feeling of being in the trees and an element of peace and quiet.
  • Selected lodges have hot tubs on the decking area to relax after 18 holes.
  • The golf course is next door to the lodges so it’s the perfect place to have a relaxing holiday and play golf without it being a golfing holiday.
  • The course is a stunning 9-hole course perfect for amateur golfers. The views from the course look spectacular. Trolly and buggy hire is available at a cost.

7 - Apple Tree Lodges - Essex/ Suffolk border

18th hole at Apple tree lodges

What we love about Apple Tree Lodges

  • Eco-built and operated lodges that have a high level of luxury.
  • The site has 2 championship golf courses, a driving range, a shop and a clubhouse. 
  • You will also find an onsite Spa with a range of treatments and spa day options. 
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Book Your Golf Break Now

Take some time away to relax and unwind and have a round of golf every day. A golf break in a cabin is a wonderful way to get away from it all and enjoy some downtime. 

A lodge break will be a holiday to remember. Just be warned once you’ve been once you’ll probably want to book again! some lodges have excellent views over the courses and this is a great way to sit back and relax after playing 18 holes.

If you really strike lucky you may find a hot tub overlooking a golf course – perfection! 

The most important thing when booking a break is to take a look at the course. Some of the lodges have full 18 hole courses while some are more 9 hole pay and play shorter courses. 

Select the type, of course, you are looking for to make sure the break meets your requirements. Don’t forget you’ll need to fit your clubs in your car as well as all your usual holiday luggage! 

If you’re looking to play the odd around as part of a holiday then select a lodge with a course nearby. Head to the east coast for some very nice lodges and courses. 

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Planning a Golf Lodge Break

Dreaming of a serene golfing holiday? Sure you’ve got your clubs ready but what you really need is a plan. 

With so many years of experience delivering golf holidays across the UK, whether you want a cheeky weekend golfing lodge break, a serene golfing holiday getaway or a raucous group golfing escape with friends, family or the gang from the club, we’ve got all the top tips you need to organise the perfect break.

From the top golf holiday accommodation to what to pack and how best to arrange your itinerary. Here is your complete, step by step golfing breaks guide to help you plan the best golf holiday in the UK that keeps everyone happy

How To Plan A Perfect Golf Lodge Holiday

  1. Who to holiday with: The question of who will be best to join you on your golfing holiday is the best place to start because it helps to focus your planning on what you truly want to do during your golfing lodge break.

Whether you want to get in some serious action on challenging courses, chill out with friends whilst enjoying some rounds or simply relax on a top golf course and revel in all the plush facilities on offer, how you want to spend your time will determine who would be best to invite.

Ultimately it’s your holiday, you want to have a good time and spend each day doing what you want – so will everyone else you invite. 

If all you want to do is head to the course every day, relax, take in the scenery and dine in the clubhouse – we’ve got superb luxury golf lodges right beside golf courses where you can do that – wake up and be on the golf course in less than a minute.

However, you need to make sure your companions want the same thing.

So decide what you want to do on your golfing holiday and who will enjoy doing that with you otherwise you could end up in a dream golf location stressed, miserable and doing everything other than what you wanted.

It may well be the case that compromise is necessary and you choose to do less golf so you can holiday with someone who wants to do other things. It’s up to you.

  1. Where to stay? Now you’ve got a rough idea of how you want to spend your time on your golfing lodge break choosing your accommodation and destination will be much easier.

If you desire nothing but golf and relaxation, top UK golf lodges like Kingswood in South Yorkshire where you can enjoy a sunken hot tub on the private deck of your lodge with views across the golf course, are ideal. For an amazing championship golf experience head to top destinations such as Dundonald Links, 2017 host of the Scottish Open. 

Maybe you want a top holiday location such as the Lake District with accommodation near a golf course.

Whatever you have in mind, a good golfing holiday accommodation company like ours will help you quickly locate the perfect match for what you need. 

Modern luxury golf lodges

There is a wide range of luxury lodges near or on golf courses with all sorts of different facilities available so there’s something to match everyone. 

For example, we’ve got luxury golf lodges for families, plush golf cottages for couples, luxe lodges with fishing lakes, tranquil golf retreats where R&R is all you’ll do, golf cottages for group fun – there’s something for every vacation vision.

  1. Type of golf facilities on offer: Whilst checking the suitability of accommodation, don’t forget to see whether the destination you have in mind will be in line with the amount and type of golf you want to play. 

If you want an impressive championship golf course or challenging holes in stunning surroundings or access to a range of courses, research all of this before you settle on your accommodation. There’s no point staying in glorious accommodation near a golf course you don’t like!

That’s the key to a satisfying holiday, organising the perfect match for what you envisage yourself doing as well as a nice place to stay.

  1. Other facilities: Before making a final decision about your golf holiday accommodation don’t forget to check the other facilities on offer that will work with the type of break you have in mind.

If you just want to hang around the golf resort, for example, is there a nice clubhouse a restaurant, gym or spa so you can dine and unwind as you want? 

If you desire picturesque surroundings – will your destination have the views you have in mind. 

If you’re planning to spend time exploring a top destination when not playing golf, how easy will it be to get to the top sights, restaurants and experiences you want to enjoy? What about other golf clubs nearby that you want to visit? Are there any? How will you get there?

Hot tub lodge by a golf course

  1. Organise tee times: Once you know who’s coming and where you’re staying, the rest is easy because all that’s left to do is make sure your itinerary will work and everything arrives in one piece.

Golf is why you’re going so familiarise yourself with all you need to know about using the courses at your resort. Check dress codes, whether there are restrictions on handicap and whether you can borrow equipment if you don’t want to lug it along.

Get your tee times booked in so you‘re guaranteed to enjoy quality time on the courses when and where you want.

You might want to add an element of competition and play to win something tangible or for fun in teams with a mini championship or even slip in a couple of cheeky golfing games.

At this point you should also check your airline’s terms and conditions for travelling with golf clubs if you’re taking them

  1. Loosely organise activity options: It’s a holiday so you don’t need to plan everything to the last detail but you do need to think about what you want to do beyond golf in advance.

If you don’t want to do anything but play golf and relax, all you need to do now is decide whether you want to transport your own clubs or borrow some at the other end. 

If taking your own clubs with you, you may want to use a trusted courier service to send your clubs direct to your golfing lodge and save the hassle of travelling with bulky equipment. 

  1. Packing: Make sure your golf clubs are fully protected when packing. Take off any removable heads and surround them with effective cushioning from clothes, towels, shoes, socks etc. 

You’ll probably want to buy a specialist bag or one that’s robust with plenty of support if you are bringing your golf clubs.

Alongside the golf shoes and golf towels, streamline your golf clothes by ensuring clothes can double up for other activities and environments. Don’t forget cover-ups,  lighter clothing, sun cream, water storage and plenty of socks.

If bringing all your own equipment, don’t forget balls, tees, GPS, ball retriever, markers, range finder and your golf gloves.

And that’s it – all that’s left to do is browse luxury golfing lodge breaks in the UK you’ll love.  

Golf Lodges In Scotland

Lochgoilhead Lodges

Argyll, Scotland

What a fantastic place to stay! Lochgoilhead Lodges​ has everything you could need for a great break. As well as the 9-hole golf course you’ll find a spa, children’s play areas, restaurant, bar and a gym on-site. This is the place for an action-packed break.

The accommodation varies from caravans through to 4 bd lodges with hot tubs and stunning views. If you want a unique getaway then check out the Tunnicks Wafer caravan. 

Unique golf lodge in Scotland at Lochgoilhead

Golf Lodges In Wales

Celtic Manor Lodges

Caerleon, Wales

This is the ultimate golf break for top level golfers. The chance to take on 3 different Championship courses as a part of your break (subject to additional costs, book in early). On-site there is also 2 club houses with restaurant and bars.

The lodges themselves are large and some can sleep up to 8. They are done to a very high standard and most have a relaxing hot tub waiting for you when you have finished your rounds for the day.

This is the ultimate golfing break! 

Luxury golf lodge at Celtic Manor

Golf Lodges In Northern England

Messingham Grange Golf Course & Lodges

Messingham, Lincolnshire

A great place for a golfing break in a nice part of the country. Messingham Grange has a nice-looking course that would suit a casual golfer.  

Messingham Grange golf course

Slaley Hall Lodges

Hexham, Northumberland

Set just 2 miles from the village of Slaley these lodges are a great place for a golfing holiday. With 2 courses on-site you can play a few rounds during your trip. 

Golf Lodges In The Midlands

Arscott Lodges

Pontesbury, Shropshire

Arscott lodges are a couple of lodges nestled in woodlands overlooking the golf course. They are a traditional-style cabin lodge that would be comfortable for a short golfing break. 

Arscott golf lodges

Golf Lodges On The East Coast

Our East Coast guide covers Lincolnshire, Norfolk and Suffolk. Essex is covered in the south coast section. 

Belton Wood Lodges

Belton, Lincolnshire

Belton Wood is a golf course, wedding venue, restaurant and holiday accommodation. They have a small number of lodges with views over the course., perfect for a weekend getaway. 

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Suffolk Escapes Lodges

Suffolk

Belton Wood is a golf course, wedding venue, restaurant and holiday accommodation. They have a small number of lodges with views over the course., perfect for a weekend getaway. 

The lodges are on the water at suffolk escape

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