I would just like to let you know that all of our group had a fantastic weekend break.The golf courses were great as was the hotel.We will definitely be in touch again when we need another break.Thanks for arranging this for us.
Hilton Puckrup Hall Hotel, Golf & Country Club
The picturesque Malvern Hills overlook the gentle undulations of the golf course at Hilton Puckrup Hall, which is a thoroughly enjoyable parkland par-70. Though not unduly long at 6,189 yards, the quality of the layout is such that it hosted the West Region PGA Championship from 1994 to 1996.
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Hilton Puckrup Hall Golf & Country Club
Specialist architecture organisation Golf Design Partnership used the indigenous features of the landscape to create natural hazards, and also succeeded in making every hole extremely individual. The most dominant features are the three lakes, which demand excellent course management and accurate striking.
There are many doglegs and strategically positioned obstacles to negotiate on the closing stretch, making Puckrup Hall a most intriguing and enjoyable golfing experience.
The closing hole will have your nerves jangling as you face a 200 yard carry over water to a green in the shadow of the hotel.
Puckrup Hall's delightful hotel is located on the fringes of the Cotswolds, in the midst of some 140 acres of secluded countryside. This privacy and charm will be appreciated even further when you consider that the resort is within easy reach of the M5, M50 and Birmingham's International Airport.
The hotel itself is a nice blend of new and old, with the traditional Regency mansion, dating back to 1707, being complemented by the contemporary comforts of the newly-constructed wing.
The en-suite rooms are all well furnished, making sure that in addition to the superb golf and leisure facilities, visitors will feel totally relaxed and at ease.
The on-site LivingWell Health Club has facilities that include a well-equipped gym, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi, and heated indoor swimming pool. The Escape Spa specialises in a range of invigorating and relaxing health and beauty treatments, and also has an outdoor hot tub. The estate is also equipped for outdoor pursuits such as laser shooting, quad biking, clay pigeon shooting, ballooning and archery.
The Balharries Restaurant is elegantly furnished, and its food is highly regarded in the Tewkesbury area.
Enjoy a well-earned refreshment in the Limes Bar.
- Putting Greens
- Golf Buggies
- Practice Area
- Beauty Salon
- Steam Room
- Indoor Swimming Pool
- Pets Welcome
- Family Suites
- Conference Facilities
- Private Dining
My wife and I have now completed our 4th golf break organised by Your Golf Travel and have enjoyed all of them equally. We have recommended YGT to a number of people at my Golf Club and will continue to return to book future golf breaks with you.
We recently returned from Puckrup Hall where we had booked a 2 night golf break. The hotel was good with all the amenities and services you would expect from a Hilton Hotel. The staff were all very polite and friendly and although there was limited choice the food was delicious.
The golf course was enjoyable and would be a decent test for all abilities. Overall it was well maintained, easy walking and well suited to a golf break venue.
Overall I would our golf break as an 8/10 and am looking forward to our next one.
We all arrived at the Hilton Puckrup Hall Hotel in plenty of time thanks to the fact that the hotel/course was so easy to find. On driving through the grounds, one couldn't fail to be impressed with the hotel building and the beautiful countryside. The hotel had a great gym and pool - what a bonus! I visited the Pro Shop to say we'd arrived and we were greeted with a smile everywhere we went. The assistant immediately explained where to park, where to leave our luggage, gave some useful information on the course itself and then arranged a copy of the dinner menu for us to make our selection for the evening meal – great service! We then sat on the patio and ordered bacon roles and coffee whilst looking out on the course - what a setting.
The golf course itself was very pretty and although relatively short, had some very interesting holes and was a good test of golf. If I had one criticism it was that the greens had just been dressed but this would be the same for all courses at this time of year. It did not detract from the overall enjoyment. After the first round we then checked into the hotel and unpacked. The rooms were very impressive, well equipped, spotlessly clean and extremely comfortable. It would be fair to say that every member of our party was very impressed with dinner. Great selection, well cooked, presented and very tasty. Service was excellent by the friendly staff.
I would rate our golf break at 9 out of 10 and will definitely return. Your Golf Travel offer exceptional value for money so that scores an 11 out of 10! I was also thoroughly impressed by Your Golf Travel and will definitely give you ‘first dibs’ when I come to book another golf break. I'd never heard of Puckrup Hall but what a great recommendation. You get 10 out of 10. I don't know how you arranged Mediterranean sunshine for our two days in October but we were all very impressed!
The hotel was fine and the entire booking through YGT for us went very smoothly, as usual. Unfortunately the weather was not so good so we were only able to play 8 holes on the Monday. On Tuesday the weather was much better and we set off to play 18. Unfortunately when we came off the 16th the signage for the 17th/18th was so poor that we just could not find the last two holes and kept finding ourselves back on the 9th!
We gave up and when we went in we explained what had happened to the Pro; he said that he always asks if people have played the course before and, if not, explains how to find the last two holes. Unfortunately, he obviously did not ask us! He said that we had to walk across the road but the signage does not make this at all clear. He agreed that the signage was inadequate and, indeed, that new signs had been made but were not being put in place until the Thursday in time for some important match. Too late for us!