The Bernard Hunt course was named after Foxhills' most famous professional, who won no less than 30 titles on the PGA European Tour and played in 10 Ryder Cup matches. The gently undulating fairways are banked by towering pine trees, which are particularly penal for those straying off-line. Long hitters have a distinct advantage around the Bernard Hunt, as the layout measures 6,883 yards, including exicting par-4s like the 10th and 18th, which are comfortably in excess of 400 yards and demand two powerful strikes.
The 6,742 yard Longcross Course is an excellent example of tree-lined Surrey golf, with many of the fine holes being carved through stunning avenues and funnels of Scots Pine, beech, and silver birch. The conditioning rivals the Bernard Hunt, resulting in some of the region's most luscious fairways and greens, which are often reminiscent of Sunningdale's glorious Old Course. Good scoring will most likely require long and accurate tee shots, with cleverly placed fairway bunkers adding to the ever-present menace of the characteristic pines.
The nine-hole Manor Course is not your average pitch-and-putt, having hosted the prestigious PGA Junior Championships. Paul Casey cut his golfing teeth on the par-27 layout, which is perfect for sharpening the short game.
Foxhills is also home to a comprehensive practice facility, including a 1,000 sq. foot artificial putting green and an excellent driving range.
The Bernard Hunt Course has one of the most fearsome closing holes in the country, where you need to hit a huge drive to find the narrow fairway and give yourself a chance to attack the double green.
The 70-bedroom hotel at Foxhills has been recognised as offering outstanding luxury accommodation, set amidst the 400 acres of glorious Surrey countryside.
Foxhills boasts a wide range of room types, all of which are individually decorated and furnished to the highest level, ensuring that the hotel can cater to all requirements. Relaxation is the ultimate target for Foxhills guests, a fact that is appreciated by the team of attentive and helpful staff, while the welcoming atmosphere guarantees that visitors will truly unwind during their golf break.
Foxhills' superb facilities include a 14-metre indoor swimming pool, a 20-metre outdoor pool housed in the walled gardens, a tremendous gym, squash, tennis, croquet, an adventure playground and scheduled aerobic classes. For relaxation, there is a sauna, steam room, solarium, and three treatment rooms and a hairdressing salon for the best in health and beauty.
The elegant Manor Restaurant is housed in the Music Room, where the good and the great have been wined and dined since 1841.
The Summerhouse Brasserie overlooks the outdoor pool and walled gardens and is a relaxed but excellent dining room.
Foxhills can also accommodate private diners, while there is also a crèche on-site.
Rooms are great in the new block. I had an issue with the heating which wouldn't turn down so they found another room for us . the staff are very friendly and approachable.
Fantastic hotel, a little bit of luxury!
The hotel has excellent facilities. Two of the rooms wecwe allocated were very basic and not up to standard. Old fashioned snd very hot. Like staying in your grandmothers house. You expect bettter for the price. Very disappointed especially for the non golfers. Food was average and the breakfast buffet poor. The service at the bars was slow.
All staff & members we met made us feel very welcome if you haven't been go you will not be disappointed
Excellent 1 night break. Hotel and courses first rate. Standard room large and met all our needs. Staff couldn’t be more friendly or helpful. I would strongly recommend Foxhills for a special golf break
booking included dinner but when we got to hotel it was £30.00 voucher per person which was only the cost of a main course in the hotel restaurant. This should be made clear to guests booking as other golf bookings I have previously had at hotels 3 course dinner was inclusive.
Great trip to Foxhills, all organised expertly between yourgolftravel and the staff at the resort. Excellent service throughout and very comfortable accommodation in the Dormy house.
Nice relaxing weekend in comfortable surroundings.Excellent food in both restaurants at different levels.Staff in 19th restaurant is friendly and we had a lovely evening with good service. Would return.
Lovely old hotel with nice external rooms. Food was good and bars excellent
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Lovely course. Pretty setting, holes varied, tree lined fairways. preferred it to Bernhard Hunt course.
Unfortunately course very wet and boggy in places after recent heavy rain. Not sure how it would hold up in winter?
Great course. Good variety of holes. Picturesque and in excellent condition.
Excellent course and very well kept.
Coarse fine enjoyed but greens very slow maybe because very hot weather but still loved it great place 5 star
One of the best coarse I've played beautiful tree lined but fair go play
Quite hilly and plays long. Very good condition and saw nobody else on the course. Millionaire’s golf!
Great course in great condition. Beautiful setting
the course was in beautiful condition especially the rough. The greens putted well but were quick. the greens were not receptive no matter how high the chip in was it just would not stop and even if the first bounce was short still ended up at the back of the green which was very tough
Excellent course in better condition than the Longcross. Very good design with some excellent driving holes from elevated tees.
Rather wet and windy weekend.Would like to play it again sometime.
Really great course, one of the best our group have played in UK. More interesting than Longcross and a good challenge
Very well maintained course. Tree lined fairways and receptive greens. Nice mix of long par 5’s and shorter more challenging par 4’s
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