Accommodation at The Grand Atlantic Hotel
The Grand Atlantic Hotel boasts 72 guestrooms, ranging from Standard to Superior. All of the hotel’s en-suite rooms feature all the comforts and modern amenities you will require for a comfortable and connected stay including flat screen TV, daily housekeeping, tea & coffee making facilities, WiFi & desk, with selected rooms also offering lovely sea views over the Bristol Channel.
Breakfast can be taken daily in the hotel’s newly refurbished restaurant, which also features an extensive a la carte dinner service each evening, while a well-deserved drink or two can be enjoyed in the bar overlooking the parade.
With such an enviable location in one of England’s most historic seaside resort towns, guests of the Grand Atlantic Hotel will have plenty to do and see when they’re not on the course during their Somerset Golf Tour.
The famous Cheddar Gorge is 30 minutes drive away, while attractions such as Bristol Zoo Gardens and the Fleet Air Arm Museum are within easy driving distance too. Golf of course will be the main reason for your visit, so if you’re tight on time and a day excursion isn’t on the cards, you can simply stroll out of the hotel during your time away from the golf course and enjoy Victorian history, long stretches of sandy beaches, Clevedon’s Grade I listed pier and Portishead’s lively marina where you’ll find plenty of excellent local eateries. Fish and chips on the beach? This is the hotel for you!
The most famous golf course in the area is without doubt Burnham & Berrow, which is one of the best links golf courses in England and a must of any golf break in Somerset.
Weston-super-Mare Golf Club itself boasts a challenging and very well-conditioned links course situated on Weston Bay, with superb views across the Bristol Channel towards Cardiff and is just 5 minutes down the coast, and there are plenty of other enjoyable golfing options nearby too. For those looking to sample some of the best stadium-style parkland golf in the UK, 45 minutes is all you need to reach the likes of The Kendleshire, home to 27 holes, and The Players Club which is one of the most demanding courses in England. Rated highly by Your Golf Travel customers, a trip up the M5 to either course is sure to be worth the effort.