The Lodge At Prince's Golf Club
Play Prince's Golf Course
⇒ 1 Night + 2 Rounds of Golf
About the destination
The Lodge at Prince's Golf Club is located on Englands South East coastline overlooking Sandwich Bay. Formerly the old clubhouse that was converted into accommodation to coincide with the Open being held at neighbouring Royal St Georges in 2011.Prince's Golf Club has also been host to the Open in 1932 when it was won by Gene Sarazen.
The Lodge offers 4 accommodation options; with 12 rooms in the main part of the hotel, several apartments that provide more space for groups or families, and the Links and Bay suites for a more refined experience. Each room features a club storage area, Wi-Fi, satellite TV, tea and coffee facilites and an en suite bathroom. Guests can enjoy fine dinning in the evenings at the 2 AA Rosette star restaurant or take the time to relax in the bar, there is also a fitness room, snooker room and a terrace which can be made use of.
The hotel is in a great position to make use of the two other Open venues in close proximity. Upgrade your stay to a 2 night 3 round package and play Royal St Georges and Royal Cinque Ports to allow you to play 3 Open venues during your stay.
Included in the golf package
- 1 night accommodation
- Twin room
- Bed and breakfast basis
- 2 rounds of golf at Prince's golf club
» Upgrade a round of golf to Royal St George's or Royal Cinque Ports, please enquire for more details
» For additional nights / rounds of golf please enquire
Prices for 2020
July to October:
- Sunday to Thursday £200
- Friday & Saturday £235
The Golf Courses - Lodge at Prince's Golf Breaks
Prince's golf course is the place where Gene Sarazen first used the modern sand wedge at The Open Championship in 1932, to the great help of every golfer who has played the game since. The course consists of 3 loops of 9 holes - the Dunes, Shore & Himalayas. The Dunes & Shore are the premier layout which accounts for the 18 hole, par 72 Championship links golf course measuring 7,204 yards from the back tees. The Himalayas is know to be a bit more forgiving.
Royal St George's hosted the first Open Championship to be played outside of Scotland and has held it an impressive thirteen times since. With undulating fairways and fast greens providing a good test of golf for players of all abilities. Featuring the UK's tallest and deepest bunker. An 18 hole, par 70 links golf course measuring 6,340 yards. The scenery during the round of golf is truly mesmerising, with every hole looking out over the straight of Dover
Royal Cinque Ports also hugs the dramatic coastline close to the White Cliffs of Dover providing spectacular views during your round of golf. The course takes its shape from the many large sand dunes that are present throughout and can make for a precarious stance when playing your next shot. An 18 hole, par 71 links course measuring 6,498 yards, featuring many bunkers and excellent putting surfaces.