The Oxfordshire Golf Breaks In Thame
Play Oxfordshire Golf Course
⇒ 1 Night + 2 Rounds of Golf
About the destination
The 4* Oxfordshire Golf Hotel and Spa is a luxury hotel set in a 300 acre estate in the midst of Oxfordshire with views over the Chilterns - a designated Area of natural Beauty. The Oxfordshire golf resort Championship golf course has hosted some major tournaments including the Benson & Hedges Open (European Tour event) and the Ladies English Open. The Clubhouse and Golf Course originally opened in 1993 with the hotel being a later addition opening in 2010.
The hotel comprises 50 luxury and well decorated guest rooms which all benefit from en-suite bathrooms, air conditioning, Wi-Fi, tea and coffee facilities, satelitte TV, private balconies and 24 hour room service. The Sakura restaurant is on site at The Oxfordshire Golf Hotel and is a fantastic venue for your evening meal, with modern tasty cuisine and a picture window which runs the full length of the room and provides a beautiful view of the golf course and surrounding countryside. The Lakes Lounge or The Spike Bar provide a wonderful more relaxed environment to enjoy food and drinks at the resort. The Tempus Spa makes for a lovely retreat with 3 treatment rooms, 15 metre swimming pool, sauna, steam room and a gymnasium available for use during your stay.
Included in the golf package
- 1 night accommodation in a twin room
- Dinner, bed & breakfast
- 2 rounds of golf at The Oxfordshire Golf Club
» For an alternative number of nights / rounds of golf please enquire
Prices for 2021
May to October
- Monday to Wednesday £189
- Thursday to Friday £199
- Saturday £225
- Sunday £179
The Golf Course - The Oxfordshire Golf Holidays
The Oxfordshire Golf Club comes with a great pedigree having been commissioned by renowned designer Rees Jones - his first U.K. design. Taking advantage of the natural beauty of the area to fuse the course in to the picturesque countryside. The 18 holes, par 72 course measuring 7,192 yards from the Championship Blue Tee's is an inland links course with a parkland feel - having a limited amount of trees in play during your round of golf. To make up for the lack of tree's are no less than one hundred and thirty five bunkers, along with 4 large lakes to test your accuracy.