A luxurious destination in central Lincolnshire, The Inn at Woodhall Spa offers en suite accommodation alongside a pub and brasserie restaurant. A 5-minute walk from the village’s historic cinema, it offers free parking and Wi-Fi.
The city of Lincoln, with its cathedral and castle, is around 30 minutes’ drive from Woodhall Spa. Boston, Louth and Market Rasen are all a similar distance away.
Couples particularly like the location — they rated it 9.4 for a two-person trip.MORE ABOUT THE HOTEL
Bed and Breakfast (1 night)
Bed and Breakfast (1 night)
Rooms at The Inn at Woodhall Spa have a luxurious king-size bed, a flat-screen TV, telephone and tea and coffee facilities. The en suite shower room has a hairdryer, fluffy towels and high-quality toiletries.
Full English breakfast is served each morning. The brasserie restaurant offers contemporary British dining, and is complemented by a bar serving real ales and cocktails.
Ranked among the World’s Top 100 Courses by Golf World magazine (25th), The Hotchkin Course at the National Golf Centre, Woodhall Spa, is consistently rated among the world’s finest heathland golf experiences and a favourite destination for golf breaks.
For more than a century, golf travellers have been welcomed to this exquisite heathland course, famous for its natural beauty, dramatic bunkering and distinct tactical challenge.
Each of The Hotchkin Course’s 18 holes is individually memorable, while the joy of every drive and crisply struck iron shot from firm, heathland turf makes for an unforgettable experience.
Located on the outskirts of the leafy Edwardian spa town of Woodhall Spa, 20 miles from historic Lincoln, there are a variety of comfortable, welcoming hotels with special golf break packages available.
Your golf break to Woodhall Spa Golf Club and The National Golf Centre would be incomplete without a round on The Bracken Course, a contemporary classic and the perfect complement to The Hotchkin Course.
Created by Donald Steel, one of Britain’s foremost golf course architects of the modern era, The Bracken Course, which opened in 1998, has evolved into a course of exceptional finesse that is appreciated and enjoyed every day by golfers of all abilities.
Hewn from a contrasting landscape of woodland and arable farmland, the fairways and greenside bunkers are more generous than those of The Hotchkin Course, while the large, welcoming greens are more approachable, yet require thought and touch to master the true-rolling putting surfaces.
What makes The Bracken Course both special and a pleasure to play is its reputation as a role model for contemporary golf course creation. Its wild flowers and wildlife habitats emphasise the importance of ecology and natural harmony, an area of expertise in which the English Golf Union offers thought leadership and professional advisory services.