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The Top 5 London Golf Resorts

If you are looking for a short break and located in the south of the country. https://www.360golfholidays.com/uk-golf-breaks/england/. Why not consider one of our finest examples of championship golf paired with excellent accommodation all within close proximity to the countries capital London. Courses in the region have hosted a number of European Tour events and include some of the best golf courses in the South-East of England.

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Best stay and play golf packages in and around London

Living in metropolitan London may cause an existential dilemma for any golf enthusiast. And for those looking for a short break away, might deem it too far to travel for a weekend of golfing and relaxation.

You don’t really have to travel to the Scottish highlands to locate excellent golf courses. We’ve identified the finest locations to golf and stay over in close proximity to London.

Below you can find our Top 5 best stay and play golf resorts in and within a small radius of London.

Stoke Park

Stoke Park – Buckinghamshire

Stoke Park Country Club is one of England’s best-known country clubs. You make recognise, having appeared in films such as Goldfinger and Bridget Jones’ Diary.
The estate, which is on 300 acres of parkland. Located in Buckinghamshire county, close to West London. The estate functioned as a private house until 1908. Now days, Stoke Park is a 5-star hotel with a 27-hole golf course, 13 tennis courts, and an incredible restaurant.

Pa Jackson (who possessed the estate from 1908 and 1928) was an accomplished sports executive who was instrumental in modern sport, founding the Corinthians Football Club.

Jackson was also key in the development of the golf course. Along side Harry Shapland Colt who designed the golf course.

The Grove, England

The Grove – Londons Country Estate

The Grove has been meticulously refurbished and is set on 300 acres of lovely Hertfordshire countryside. Set just 18 miles from London and has an award-winning spa, championship golf course, exquisite restaurants, luxurious guest-rooms, and a variety of versatile and imaginative meeting and event spaces. A refuge for visitors seeking time away, surrounded by wide pastoral forest and rambling pathways. Along with, neatly groomed grounds, with plenty of freedom to do as many or as few activities as desired.

The magnificent championship golf course created by the famous Kyle Philips surrounds the hotel. Many of the world’s finest golfers have competed on this famous course. The Grove has hosted a World Golf Championship tournament, consequently won by Tiger Woods in 2006. As well as hosting the British Masters in 2016.

Foxhills Country Club – Golf Club & Resort - Golf

Foxhills Country Club – Golf Club & Resort

Foxhills Club & Resort is positioned in Ottershaw, Surrey. The resort benefits from excellent access to London. As well as, close proximity to London Heathrow. The club was established in 1975.
Foxhills has two 18-hole championship courses that have hosted a number of major events. In addition to a par-3 9-hole practice course. A mix of parkland and heathland provides a varied examination of golf for players of all capabilities.


The Bernard Hunt Course is the championship offering and host of many PGA Senior Tour events. Named after the former head professional. Bernard Hunt won 30 times on the PGA European Tour and played in the Ryder Cup ten times.
The Longcross Course is a significantly shorter championship design. This course tests your ability to play short, long, narrow, and open holes. All which are generally very tree-lined. The Longcross was listed into the top 100 England golf courses in April 2015.

Hanbury Manor Marriott Golf Country Club

Hanbury Manor Marriott Hotel & Country Club

Hanbury Manor is one of neighbouring London’s most popular luxury hotels, offering unparalleled service and great facilities. The hotel offers a number of outstanding attractions. This includes the stunning Manor House and its large grounds. And the Jack Nicklaus II and Harry Vardon designed Hanbury Manor Golf Course.


Nicklaus Junior performed an outstanding job in the re-design of the golf course. An entertaining golf course of Championship quality that measures a robust 6,600 yards from the medal tees. There is a significant contrast between the two nines at Hanbury. The modern nine has a more American feel to it. This loop is much more exposed and enables you give the ball a whack. The back nine is considerably more conventional and park-like. Accuracy from the tee is rewarded. Very typical of a Vardon design.

Coulsdon Manor GC

London Golf Resorts – Coulsdon Manor Hotel & Golf Club

The tranquillity of Coulsdon Manor, set on 140 acres of manicured parkland, helps you to forget you are only 15 miles from the heart of London. The Byron family acquired a great collection of uncommon trees from all around the world for use on the estate. 


The Manor House has been scrupulously restored to its original splendor. The lovely country property has numerous historic characteristics as well as beautifully restored bedrooms.
Harry S. Colt designed this magnificent 18-hole par 70 course that stretches over 6,073 yards. For value for money, Coulsdon Manor is hard to beat.


Speak to one of our experts today and get your next London Stay and Play golf trip booked. Early booking is essential to secure the very best tee times.

Other courses where stay and play is not available, but worth a visit on a golf trip to South-East England include: The Open host Royal St Georges in Sandwich, Wentworth, Sunningdale and East Sussex National.

Our team consists of experienced golfers with over 45 years experience between us in the industry, we pride ourselves on our knowledge vetting every destination and hand-pick only the best venues for you.

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