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Combining their unbeatable central location with great value for money and top-notch service, Le Bristol Hotel has cemented itself as one of the best accommodation options in legendary golfing town of Le Touquet. Boasting a serious number of championship golf courses, including some of the best in Europe, Le Touquet is one of the most popular golf destinations in France. Le Touquet and Le Bristol Hotel can be reached in less than an hour once you exit the Eurotunnel, making it an excellent option for UK golfers. The 3-star hotel is a charming place to stay, renowned for its great service and lively Ascot Bar, where you can enjoy a host of cocktails and whiskeys. Due to its location, you are in easy reach of all of Le Touquet's restaurants and bars, just a short stroll away. Note: Weekend supplements will apply - please ask for details.MORE ABOUT THE HOTEL
Bed and Breakfast (1 night)
Like much of Le Touquet, the hotel suffered considerably during World War II, but since re-opening its doors in 1948, Le Bristol has delighted visitors to this popular resort. The guest bedrooms are spacious and simple, but are fully functional, and boast features including English television channels.
The hotel is renowned for its excellent service, and is the perfect place to base you next golfing break, just a short distance from the main Le Touquet action.
Le Touquet's gastronomic options are outstanding; Perard claims to be the home of fish soup, while Flavio's is one of the town's institutions, where specialities include slow-cooked pig trotters and foie gras au sauternes.
Le Bristol's Ascot Bar is the spot for a cocktail, or choose from a good selection of single malt whisky.
As its name suggests, Les Pins is carved through Hardelot's magnificent pine forest, and the course has a rich tradition. Originally presided over by the Duke of Argyll, there is a strong British link at this French classic, but the course really came to the fore with Tom Simpson's 1931 redesign.
The host of many prestigious national and international professional events, Les Pins is a subtle course that demands accuracy and sound strategy above all else. Measuring 6,480 yards, the course is not long, but the greens are tricky and a tight short game will be needed to tame this established championship layout.
Les Dunes is Hardelot's second course, but since its inception in 1990 has been a welcome addition to the region's rich golfing portfolio. Designed by Belgian architect Paul Rollin, Les Dunes typifies the Côte d'Opale landscape, set amid the delightful dunes, lakes and mature woodland.
The 6,258 yard layout is distinctly different in character to its illustrious neighbour, but this diversity makes Hardelot all the more attractive. Watch out for the subtly sloping putting surfaces, closely guarded by strategically positioned bunkers.