The rooms and great with first class facilities, all the staff were helpful and my group were pleased with the service provided. The complex is a reasonable size and my group managed to park in three different areas, but we eventually linked up. Breakfast was below par with the options for a cooked breakfast a little limited, and the prices charged within the hotel were we felt excessive and disproportionately high when compared to other similar type golf resorts. Some of the group asked for a bacon bap and coffee and paid £11.75 each which is well above normally, and golf buggies were £25 each per round, again well above other courses.
Hilton Puckrup Hotel sits right on the edge of the Cotswolds and is set in 140 acres of private grounds. The hotel offers a Spa, Pool, Bedrooms, Restaurant and Golf Course offering the full hotel resort experience.
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 and offers a great test of golf for all levels.
If you are looking to do something after the golf, you can walk the beautiful Malvern Hills, visit the Tewkesbury Abbey or even attend Cheltenham Racecourse.