Set in beautiful rural Northamptonshire, around half an hour from Northampton and Milton Keynes, Whittlebury Hall provides luxury accommodation for both business and leisure. Seeing the classical Georgian architecture upon arrival, it is hard to believe that this hotel is home to a world-class spa and state-of-the-art leisure club. Furthermore, with Silverstone and Whittlebury Park golf course just minutes away, Whittlebury Hall has plenty to offer and is a great destination for a golf break.
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Whittlesbury Park Golf & Country Club offers 36 holes of fantastic championship golf. Made up of four sets of 9 holes guests are welcome to play different combinations to make up 18 holes or simply enjoy a quick round of 9 holes. The golf club has a rich history as at one point it formed part of the Royal Whittlewood Forest, which is home to red deer and was once a Royal Hunting Forest.
The Royal Whittlewood Course
is cleverly integrated into the natural landscape and plays around the remaining parts of the forest.
The Grand Prix Course
runs alongside the famous Silverstone Racing Circuit and features a number of water hazards and interesting approaches to the green.
The 1905 Course
provides an enjoyable round of golf through the natural oaks and lakes. Details of the original course and its layout, built in 1905, were found in the St. Andrews library.
The Wedgewood Course
is a shorter and less testing course perfect for beginners or those looking to improve their game whilst enjoying a relaxed round of golf.
All rooms are decorated and furnished in an elegant style to provide the perfect place for guests to relax in privacy and comfort. Each room features all the modern amenities expected of a 4 star luxury resort, including internet access, plasma television with freeview, a hospitality tray and en-suite bathroom. Suites are also available at Whittlebury Hall, which provide a spacious lounge and dining area and the bathrooms include designer toiletries such as Elemis or Molton Brown as well as a jacuzzi spa bath and double shower.
Guests have a number of different dining options, one of which is an impressive fine-dining experience in Murrays at Whittlebury Hall. This excellent restaurant boasts 2 AA Rosettes and offers a modern take on some classic British dishes. Why not also have a drink in the Silverstone Bar and take in the impressive collection of motor racing memorabilia before or after your meal. For more informal dining, guests can enjoy a Mediterranean inspired menu at Bentley’s, or a blend of classic and contemporary cuisine at Aston’s. For guests completely immersed in the comfort of the indoor pool area, the Terrace Bar is at hand to deliver some light snacks and healthy dishes for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Complimentary use of the leisure facilities at the hotel is also available to all guests including an indoor pool, sauna, steam room, whirlpool spa and state-of-the-art cybex gym. Whittlebury Hall is also home to a world class Day Spa. The spa offers a range of heat and ice experiences which take your body through sudden increases and decreases in temperature designed to invigorate and rejuvenate your body. Some of the experiences include aromatherapy crystal steam and an ice cave.
- Driving Range
- Golf Buggies
- Pro Shop
- 24hr Room Service
- Award Winning Restaurant
- Conference Facilities
- In House Bar
- Lift to all Floors
- Private Dining
- Spikes Bar
- Wireless Internet
Only complaint about the course is that they didn't have any course planners, so ended up playing the holes a bit blind. I managed to score 39 stableford points during my round here.
The two par 3's on the red course were a real joy, aesthetically pleasing and well thought out. I scored less than 28 stableford points at Whittlebury Hall.
I scored 35 stableford points.
I scored 32 stableford points