The Dorset Golf & Country Club Resort
The Dorset Golf Resort will have everything you want for the perfect Golf weekend away and is regularly considered to be the most popular golf resort in the South West of England; championship golf, fantastic accommodation, and spectacular views of the region. There is indeed a range of great options for lodging, from the Golf Hotel to the elegant Log Homes.
The Dorset Golf Resort is one of the best facilities in Dorset when it comes to stay and play golf. There are 27 phenomenal golf holes consisting of the loops of Lakeland, Parkland, and Woods, all three of which have a distinct character and merit playing more than one round at this epic destination for golf breaks.
The 27-holes Golf Championship at The Dorset is designed by the prolific architect Martin Hawtree, who recently designed the Donald Trumps Link Course in Scotland, and advises on the R&A renovation of the St Andrews Open courses.
In the 27 holes of golf, the same design of wide clover-shaped bunkers and immense undulating greens runs throughout.
Martin Hawtree is very famous for his tricky shaped bunkers that stereotypically are shaped like clovers and are generally pretty wide. deceptive, undulating greens And that is effectively what you’ll find here at The Dorset. The Lakeland & Parkland are the longest of the three courses with more than half of the holes where lakes come into play.
The Woodland Course is a little shorter and a Rhododendron Forest is drawn through it. This unique course presents a tough positional challenge and looks fantastic with wall to wall flowers lining the fairway on each hole in May & June!
The courses in the summer and winter are both known for playing very differently. The courses play really American in the winter with essential, target-like golf conditions. iThe greens have excellent drainage and due to rainy weather, the course never closes. In the summer when the sun drys the course up almost plays like a links-like golf course.
The resort hotel is located adjacent to the clubhouse, offering convenient access to the golf resort and is perfectly designed to deliver relaxing hospitality during your golf break.
The 16 en-suite guest bedrooms are furnished in an easy, modern style and equipped with all the mod cons required. In addition to the hotel, the Dorset Resort has a variety of Scandinavian-style lodges that provide truly comfortable lodging. Each chalet is made from genuine Nordic wood and has a private veranda and a sauna. This warm and fashionable environment is perfect for bigger groups and families and guarantees the ultimate in relaxation during a golf break at the Dorset.
The Dorset Golf & Country Club & Resort “The Green” provides Holistic and Therapeutic Massage and Beauty. Located next to the hotel, it’s easy to get in for a visit, polite and knowledgeable staff can speak to you about the different treatments available and suggest the best treatment for you.
Why not relax and unwind by treating yourself for treatment or two,
The flagship ‘Fairways’ Restaurant is open each day for evening dining, only available by pre-booking.
The 3-course menu is updated daily and crafted by a team of talented chefs. Each dish is freshly prepared using seasonal produce to cater for any specific needs or requirements.
Resort Guests can casually turn up for Breakfast during Guest Breakfast service hours. The food at the Dorset is of a very high standard and all packages include Dinner, Bed + Breakfast.
The Clubhouse is situated in the busy hub of the Resort overlooking the course and Purbeck Hills and is open for food and drink until late in the evening.
The Dorset Golf Resort FAQ’s
Does the hotel have free parking?
Yes you can park for free as a guest of the hotel
Does the hotel have a bar?
Yes, and The clubhouse is open very late also.
What are the check-in / check-out times?
Check-in is from 15:00 pm and check-out is from 11 am
How far am I from the nearest town?
Poole is only a few miles away
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