Discover golf breaks in East Sussex with Golf Travel Centre. Home to medieval villages, a beautiful coastline and rolling countryside, the region of East Sussex brings the relaxed hearty feel to a round of golf. East Sussex National boasts two great Championship courses set on 1,100 acres of tranquil countryside. The resort’s many features offer golfers a truly relaxing getaway as well as the chance to play some of the best golf in the area. Also set in beautiful countryside is the Cottesmore Hotel Golf & Country Club which is home to two excellent courses and a number of amenities to enjoy after a day on the fairways. Golf breaks in East Sussex are an excellent getaway for golfers of all abilities. Close to Brighton, groups can enjoy the seaside t
Enjoy a fabulous staycation in the South East of England with a golf break in East Sussex. Book a stay in some of England’s classic holiday destinations, such as Brighton, Hastings, Eastbourne, and make the most of the great British pebble beaches, great hotels, traditional grub, as well as top golf courses.
The South East is home to a wealth of links and parkland courses. This nook of England has so much to offer, including breathtaking coastlines and beautiful countryside, making the courses in East Sussex some of the most charming in the UK.
Why not book a stay at the East Sussex National Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa for a relaxing retreat accompanied with rounds at the East Sussex National golf complex? Bringing all your friends and family along? When you book this resort at Golf Travel Centre, one in twelve golfers will go free!
Check out our selection of golf breaks in East Sussex and find your dream holiday today.
Brighton Footgolf- Hove
Sedlescombe Golf Club- Battle
Mid Sussex Golf Club- Ditchling
Seaford Head Golf Course- Seaford
Hever Castle Golf Club- Hever
Eastbourne Downs Golf Course- Eastbourne
Lamberhurst Golf Club- Royal Tunbridge Wells
Royal Eastbourne Golf Club- Eastbourne
Brighton and Hove Golf Club- Brighton
East Sussex is graced with a much drier and more temperate climate compared to the rest of the UK, meaning there is much better weather here for playing golf. In the summer months, you can even enjoy some british sunshine on the seaside!
Getting to East Sussex is easy from anywhere in the UK. You can either drive, get a bus or a train. Driving is a great way to travel as you can pack as much as you want, and bring your own golfing gear. If you book in advance, you can find reasonably priced train and bus tickets anytime of the year, to and from almost anywhere in the UK.
The East Sussex National golf complex comprises of two incredible courses; The East Course and The West Course. The East boasts a 7081 yard stadium layout, especially designed for tournaments. This grand course has proudly been host to the European Open Championships on two occasions. The West offers the most spectacular natural landscapes, winding through lush oak trees and flowing streams, extending over 7154 yards.