I set off from Sussex on the 1st September heading for a three night stay at the Dartmouth Golf & Country Club and I'm happy to report the club was really easy to find, with a lovely entrance and a long, sweeping drive up to the hotel. A warm welcome greeted me at the reception desk where I checked in and upon getting to my room I was somewhat surprised, but delighted, to find my room was in fact a suite! This made for an extremely comfrotable stay and a great start to the trip.
I chose Dartmouth because I was able to meet up with old
friends with whom I could play golf. The golf course here is beautiful, with fabulous views over the Devon
countryside. The long walks between tees were fairly steep in places and I
discovered muscles in my legs I never knew I had; a buggy would come highly
recommended from this weary golfer!
I was blessed with beautiful weather too so the course was a joy to play and I really enjoyed meeting up
with old friends for a game.
The food at the resort was delicious and I can honestly say the breakfast I had was one of the best I have ever tasted. The staff were very friendly and helpful too which made for a really nice stay at Dartmouth Golf & Country Club.
For a quite, no frills weekend of golf, Dartmouth ticks all the boxes.