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Inn, Leeds - 2 nights B&B - 2 rounds Golf
Price with 2 people sharing
twin/double room including Breakfast.
Hotel supplement: Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays. £7 p.p.p.n. Days play supplement:
Pannal £10. Harrogate £9.
Weekend Supplement: Pannal £25. Harrogate £20 days play.
|| Leeds Bradford
|| 1 round Harrogate
|| 1 round Pannal
|| £184 p.p.
|| May to September
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3* Jurys Inn Leeds
The people of Leeds have a friendly disposition and refreshing directness.
They know how to have fun too, and once you get a taste of life the way Leeds
lives it, you’ll be hooked. This is a city built on industry, and business is
always a hugely important part of the local heartbeat. The Jurys Inn Leeds hotel
in Kendell Street on Brewery Wharf, by the banks of the river Aire, is located
just 25 minutes from the busy hub of Leeds Bradford International Airport and
yet only five minutes from the city centre making it the perfect spot when it
comes to hotels in Leeds. The hotel has 248 bedrooms in total. More spacious than
you’d expect, rooms can accommodate three adults or two adults with two children,
or just one guest. The well lit, spacious feel is clearly designed around your
comfort. Facilities include: Air-conditioned rooms, Multi-channel flat screen
TV, Tea and coffee refreshments dock, High speed internet access, Hair drying
facilities, Spacious bathroom. Totally committed to high quality food and wines
at very affordable prices, you can enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of the Innfusion
Restaurant. It serves delicious international cuisine, whether you are looking
for a light snack or a hearty meal. The Bar is the ideal spot for a quick lunch,
dishing up great bar food and drinks in contemporary surroundings. The all day
coffee Bar, Il Barista, offers a selection of snacks, pastries and coffee to go.
Alwoodley Golf Course runs almost straight out and back,
you need to build your score on the first 12 holes as some of the toughest holes
are in the final six being played into the fresh winds off the Yorkshire Moors.
It is natural moorland in character. Springy fairways cut through
a profusion of heather, gorse and shrubs, with the trees particularly striking
in autumn. It was the first course designed by Dr Alistair Mackenzie whose famous
designs include Augusta National and Cypress Point. In addition to its scenic
beauty, the course is cunningly bunkered and has undulating and interesting greens.
(6686 yards, par 72)
Harrogate Golf Club is just 2 miles from the centre of this
famous spa town, a mature parkland course in a picturesque setting and benefits
from spectacular floral displays in the Spring. It is a fair test of golf, requiring
accuracy rather than distance off the tee. The Mackenzie style greens and
tree-lined fairways provide an enjoyable challenge for all handicaps. The
course layout penalises any golfer who strays off the fairway, subtly
placed bunkers and copses of trees require the golfer to adopt careful thought
and accuracy in order to better their par. The final six holes on the course include
five testing par 4's, making this one of Yorkshire's toughest finishing stretches.
(6241 yards, Par 69)
Moortown is a fine championship course set in 125 acres of
dramatically contrasting woodland and moorland. It was originally designed by
Dr Alistair Mackenzie of Augusta fame. From the opening par 5 there are many fine
holes to enjoy including the new 6th, rated the most difficult, and the famous
Gibraltar par three tenth, with its sloping plateau green, the Club's signature
hole. It is a tactical test and the setting is extremely pretty, with mature trees
and bunkers protecting the fairways and greens. (6709 yards, Par 71)
Pannal Golf Club lies to the south of Harrogate, high up in
glorious countryside, a stretch of gorse-covered, tree-lined heathland. Superb
views further enhance the course, to the west in Wharfedale, the landmark Almscliffe
Crag, to the north the Crimple Valley and viaduct made famous in Turner's painting
and to the east, the rolling plains of York with views on a clear day of the Minster.
The signature 17th hole provides the most stunning view of all. The course will
provide a most enjoyable and challenging test for any keen golfer with its steep
slopes and particularly in windy conditions. It has hosted the Open Regional Qualifier
and many tournaments including the PGA Seniors. (6614 yards, par 72)