The East of England is set to the north of London and is comprised of several counties which boast a number of Championship golf courses and luxury resorts. This beautiful stretch of the country offers some excellent options for a golf break in the East of England with Golf Travel Centre. Visit Barnham Broom Golf Hotel & Spa which is set within a 300 acre estate and boasts views of the stunning surrounding Norfolk countryside. Guests can enjoy two spectacular Championship courses which offer an exciting challenge set against a backdrop of English countryside. Or, enjoy the beautiful setting of Ufford Park Hotel and its 18-hole parkland golf course. Discover picturesque countryside and high-standard courses with a golf break in the East of England. Brow
East England is living proof that you don’t have to cross the channel to get a little luxury. Golf breaks in the UK offer just as much five star service and sunshine (given the right luck) as you might find in Europe, and all much easier to get to! Take a golf break to Suffolk, Norfolk or Essex and discover landscape replete with history, poetry (Constable, Gainsborough and Wordsworth to name a few), and gorgeous links land.
Our favourite has to be Barnham Broom golf - this exellect resort is more than just a hotel with golf courses. Overlooking some gorgeous countryside, luxurious accommodations abutt a spa, a fitness club, a sauna, a steam-room, a heated indoor pool, a Brasserie, a bar and a wonderful cocktail lounge. If you are looking for a golf break in Norfolk, look no further than this comprehensive resort with everything you might need to relax, unwind and enjoy your game.
Off the Course
We recommend a trip into Cambridge, to brush up against the academics in their native territory. A truly beautiful city with famous a cathedral, spend some time wandering the cobbled streets and soaking up some history. You probably won’t get smarter, but Trinity College is still worth the visit anyway.
When is the best time to Golf in East England?
Not famous for excellent weather, the UK still has some of the most pleasant springs and summers in the world, and a golf break in East Anglia is probably up there as one of the best ways to enjoy them. We recommend a trip during spring for balmy breezes and mild temperature, coupled with a less crowded course. Summer is a popular option as well, but our golf travel experts prefer room to practice their swing.