Play 3 Royal Golf Courses In Southport & Merseyside
Royal Birkdale, Royal Liverpool & Royal Lytham & St Annes
Hard Days Night Hotel ⇒ 2 Nights + 3 Rounds of Golf
About the destination
The golfing Mecca of England is undoubtedly the North West coastline with a high concentration of top quality courses, boasting 3 Royal golf courses located within an hour and a half drive of each other. Play Royal Birkdale, Royal Liverpool and Royal Lytham & St Anne's whilst staying in the 4* Hard Days Night Hotel in Liverpool’s city centre, the worlds first and only Beatles themed hotel. A magnificently restored Grade II listed building that was constructed in 1884 that now offers luxury accommodation and has great links to the finest golf courses in the area. Located near to the hotel are many wonderful bars and restaurants for you to enjoy your evening, some will have even been visited by one of the Fab Four themselves.
There are 110 elegant guest rooms that have all been designed with a Beatles theme and unique artwork by esteemed Beatles artist Shannon. Amenities in the room include satellite tv, Wi-Fi, tea & coffee facilities, iron & ironing board and a hairdryer. Guests can upgrade to a room on one of the higher floors which will include a balcony and views of the Liverpool skyline. If you want something extra special you can hire the Lennon or McCartney suites.
Blakes restaurant is a great location for your evening meal with wall to wall Beatles artwork centering around the Sgt Peppers album. Bar Four is a delightful cocktail lounge with live bands of a weekend. There is also the Lounge & Bar for a relaxing evening.
Every show needs a headline and it doesn’t come much better than the opportunity to play 3 Royal golf courses! Royal Birkdale, Royal Liverpool and Royal Lytham & St Annes have hosted the British Open Championship no less than 33 times between them! Quite remarkably as it is synonymous with the competition Royal Birkdale has held it the least amount of times out of all of them. The finest golf you can play near Southport and Merseyside otherwise known as England's Golf Coast.
Included in the golf package
- 2 nights accommodation in twin / double rooms
- Bed & breakfast basis
- 3 rounds of golf at; Royal Birkdale, Royal Liverpool & Royal Lytham & St Annes
Prices for 2021
- August £690
- September £815
- October £650
» Prices advertised are for staying in the hotel from Monday nights to Thursday nights
» Golf can be played from Monday to Friday
» Very limited tee times available on Saturday & Sunday - supplement would apply
The Golf Courses - 3 Royal Courses Golf Break
Royal Birkdale is possibly the most renowned golf course in all of England having hosted more Championship and International tournaments since world war 2 than any other course in the world. The feather in the cap arguably being host to the British Open Championship no less than ten times. Royal Birkdale has also hosted 2 Ryder Cups, Senior Opens, Womens British Opens, Amateur Championships, Walker Cups and Curtis Cups. The course has hosted all of the biggest names in golf but still manages to be accessible and fun to play for the average golfer, though careless shots in to the rough can be punished. An 18 hole, par 70 links course that opened in 1889 and was designed by Frederick Hawtree and J.H. Taylor that can measure 7,156 yards from the white tee’s.
Royal Liverpool golf course is the second oldest seaside course in England having opened for play in 1869 after being founded on what was originally a race course for the Liverpool Hunt Club. A design by Robert Chambers and George Morris that won Royal status when the course was extended to 18 holes in 1871. Harry Colt redesigned the course in the early part of the 20th century and Donald Steel has recently made improvements to bring the course to modern championship standards. Royal Liverpool has hosted the British Open Championship more than any other course in the UK after Royal St Georges, having hosted the competition 12 times. The course has also hosted the Amateur Championships including the inaugural event, Walker Cup, Curtis Cup, Womens British Open and Ladies Amateur Championships. A relatively flat course that lies extremely close to the sea where strong breeze’s can require impeccable club selection. An 18 hole, par 72 links course that can measure 7,254 yards from the white tee’s.
Royal Lytham & St Anne’s is another historic golf course on Englands Golf Coast that was founded in 1886 and designed by George Lowe then renovated by Harry Colt in 1919. The course has hosted The Open 11 times, 2 Ryder Cups, Seniors Open Championships, Womens Open Championships and the Walker Cup. Known to be a challenging course that can test all aspects of a golfers game with 174 bunkers throughout the course waiting to catch any stray shots. The fairways are relatively wide, though the rough can be demanding. The speed and quality of the greens has always helped the courses reputation for being in immaculate condition. An 18 hole, par 70 links course that measures 7,118 yards when played from the Championship tees.