The superb golfing complex at the Lüdersburg Castle Golf Resort is both varied and distinctive, offering two fine championship courses that are set in the fine natural landscape of the Niedersachen countryside around Hamburg.
The Lakes Course was formulated by the world-renowned golfing legend Jack Nicklaus, and is best described as an inland links. The 6,634 yard layout is punctuated by a vast network of lakes, producing a number of holes where the wheels can really fall off.
The Old Course is less demanding than the Lakes, but was the original course that put the resort on the golfing map. At 6,465 yards, the Old still packs a punch, and its spectacular landscape includes fruit trees, rhododendrons, mature woodland and great lakes, making it a joy to behold. The course has recently been ranked as one of Germany’s ten most beautiful, and complements the challenging Lakes Course perfectly.
For those still mastering the game’s more subtle nuances, the resort also has an excellent driving range and a 4-hole academy course.
At the heart of the resort lies the Schloss (Castle) Lüdersburg, whose magnificent façade dates back to its inception in 1776. The accommodation is a good 4* standard, with spacious and comfortable bedrooms which are decorated and furnished in individually distinctive styles.
Traditional charm and character have been blended sympathetically with the necessity for quality modern facilities to produce a superb golf holiday destination, where you can enjoy the excellent hospitality of northern Germany.Hotel guests can take advantage of the sauna for some relaxation.
The award-winning Falkenstein Restaurant is a fine gourmet experience, where the menu makes full use of the estate’s game.
For some hearty comfort food, head for the hotel’s very own Italian trattoria.