The picturesque Chateau l'Hermite sits at the centre of a 100-acre estate, known for the incredible natural beauty created by the forests and rolling valleys of the countryside. In addition to the fantastic wildlife, the estate is also home to two excellent golf courses.
The main event at Sept Fontaines is the Chateau Course. Fully stretched, the course measures 6,633 yards, and is a pretty stern test, but the good variety of tees makes it playable for everyone. Perfectly manicured greens and fairways are a feature of the Chateau, while the mature woodland that borders the holes gives superb definition. Designer J.M. Rossi has created a gem, which consistently delights golfing visitors in the Waterloo region.
La Fôret plays second fiddle to the more established Chateau course, mostly because it is considerably shorter, at 5,325 yards. It is however still worth playing, and is especially useful for the younger visitors, or those just looking for a relaxing round. The easy-walking layout is kept to the same standard as its neighbour, and adds a further string to the already impressive bow of the excellent Sept Fontaines venue.