I was asked to report on the weekend at Carden Park where ten of us enjoyed the two courses. All agreed it was a great venue, the hotel is magnificent. The two courses were an enormous challenge, pity they were water-logged but that's just hard luck. At least we stayed dry!
Carden Park Hotel - Cheshire's Country Estate
Carden Park is located within 1000 acres of Cheshire countryside overlooking the Welsh hills and offers two championship courses, The Nicklaus, designed by Jack Nicklaus and son Steve, and The Cheshire course, alongside a driving range boasting 13 covered bays and 8 uncovered bays plus 3 practice greens and 3 greenside bunker.
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The Nicklaus course, designed by the great Jack Nicklaus and his son Steve, unfolds beautifully in the stunning setting of Carden Park. The layout can stretch to 7,045 yards but even from forward tees, there's more than enough challenge even for the best players in the world.
With several ‘double option’ holes such as 7th and 15th which offer a choice of fairways from which to approach the green. The Nicklaus course offers a scenic yet strategic test of golf where position more than length is crucial.
A Longest Drive competition is recommended on the 4th, with the 16th ideal for Nearest the Pin. An average fourball can expect to complete the Nicklaus Course in around 4 ¾ hours.
The 6,653 yard, par 72 Championship Cheshire course hikes through the wooded fells behind the Clubhouse. A wealth of natural hazards make this a highly technical course and will test your skills throughout. Building to a dramatic and scenic finish, with tough 16th and 17th holes followed by the 18th tee atop sandstone cliffs overlooking the resort and Welsh hills. It certainly ensures a round of golf to remember.
A Longest Drive competition is ideal on the 9th hole, with the 15th proving popular for Nearest the Pin, which keeps even the flagging players competitive spirits up right until your return to the Clubhouse. An average fourball can expect to complete the Cheshire Course in 4 ½ hours.
The Carden Park driving range boasts 13 covered bays and 8 uncovered bays plus enjoy a short game with 3 practice greens and 3 greenside bunkers.
Perfectly located between the open landscapes of the Cheshire plain and the rugged Welsh hills, Carden Park Hotel truly is Cheshire’s Country Estate, unparalleled in its offering and service.
As you enter the spectacular mile long drive, your first experience is the amazing Cheshire countryside and wonderful view of the hotel nestling in over 1000 acres of estate. Whether it’s for business or pleasure, Carden Park is the perfect destination. Facilities include a selection of 196 superb rooms and suites, 2 championship golf courses, award winning restaurants and highly acclaimed conference and meeting facilities for up to 400 delegates. You can join us in the Carden Spa with 20 treatment rooms, a fabulous heated swimming pool, sauna, steam room, hydrotherapy pool and tepidarium beds. In addition, a variety of woodland walks and onsite activities are on offer including the KONG aerial ropes course, mountain biking, archery, quads and crazy golf.
For that special occasion or celebration, from weddings to banquets of up to 350, Carden Park has the beautiful countryside backdrops for breathtaking photography that will make your celebration a truly memorable one.
- Driving Range
- Pro Shop
- Putting Greens
- Practice Area
- Golf Buggies
- Beauty Salon
- Quad Biking
- Steam Room
- Indoor Swimming Pool
- On-Site Parking
- Late Night Bar
- Family Suites
- Family Rooms
- Private Dining
- Conference Facilities
- Banqueting Facilities
Just to say we had a great weekend at Carden Park in Cheshire. The hotel facilities were excellent and the staff couldn't have been more helpful. The food was also excellent and we didn't get redirected to a different menu for our evening meal which is what we thought would happen as we were on a 'golf deal'. We managed to play both courses and only got soaked the once! The Cheshire Course was great and the views from the top of the course were absolutely wonderful. We had a great trip and are thinking of taking a couple of golfing pals back for a weekend break when the weather gets more reliable!Regards