Manor House Hotel and Golf Club, voted one of the best 50 stay-and-play resorts in Britain, is set to open its new dwelling, named ‘The Waterfall Lodge‘.
The new facility, which can stands adjacent to the 18th green, can accommodate eight players who will still have complete access to dining and bar facilities at the Manor House Golf Club.
The Waterfall Lodge will open in mid-August and will provide an ideal base for a society with four twin bedrooms, two showers, two toilets and a lounge complete with television and DVD.
In addition to the privacy and freedom of The Waterfall Lodge during a golfing break, visitors can also book a table in the main hotel at the Michelin starred Bybrook Restaurant, famed for its use of rich local produce, as well as the Woodbury Restaurant in the clubhouse which was also voted the Best Clubhouse Restaurant in 2006.
The cost of the package is £99 per person Sunday to Thursday or £109 per person Saturday and Sunday and includes dinner in the clubhouse, bed and breakfast, use of the driving range and 36 holes, based on four sharing.
The Manor House resort with its Peter Alliss-designed course, stands in 365 acres of Cotswold countryside and is ten minutes from the M4 motorway and therefore within comfortable access of Bristol, Bath and London.
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