Manor House Hotel, Castle Combe
Castle Combe bridge
Beautiful Bedroom at the Manor House Hotel
Luxurious Bedroom at the Manor House Hotel
Royal Crescent, Bath
The village of Castle Combe
Golfing Excellence

Luxury Cotswolds Golf Break



Special Interest Holiday


1-2 nights


  • 18 holes round of golf on a championship course
  • Overnight luxury hotel accomodation
  • 'Guest room' category
  • Traditional English breakfast


  • Dinner
  • Use of golf clubs

Optional Extras

  • Dinner
  • Room upgrade
  • Club hire
  • Additional round of golf
  • Extra night at the Manor House Hotel

Important Information

  • Friday or Saturday night incurs £40 supplement
  • Online credit card payments accepted. (There is a credit card transaction fee of 2.5% for Visa and Mastercard or 3.5% for American Express)
  • A refundable deposit of 15% is required to guarantee the booking

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The Manor House Hotel and Golf Club in Castle Combe can boast one of the finest golf courses in the South West, if not the whole of England. Set in the beauty of the Bybrook Valley, the hand-cut tees and greens make the most of this breath-taking landscape to provide a challenge for golfers of all abilities. We’ve teamed up with the 14th century Manor House Hotel – the perfect luxury country-house idyll – to offer this package of a round of golf and overnight accommodation. And all this within the setting of Castle Combe, one of England’s most gorgeous and historic villages.

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The golf course at Castle Combe is consistently voted one of England’s favourites, and it’s not hard to see why. Set in 365 acres of prime Cotswold countryside, the fairways are lined by mature oak and beech trees, and the undulating landscape is seamlessly incorporated into a course that’s as beautiful as it is interesting and challenging. Even the gentle River Bybrook, with its rare plants and native crayfish, plays its part in the drama, particularly at Burton Brook, the 17th, which, as the course notes, “is one of the best and most exciting par threes you’ll find anywhere”.

But you don’t have to be a golfer to appreciate the unsurpassed setting of this course. The award-winning Manor House Hotel, famed for its fine dining, its attentive, friendly service, and stunning surroundings, offers the intimacy and welcome of a private stately home.

It’s situated, moreover, in one of England’s most picturesque villages, Castle Combe. With its 19th century Butter Cross, old water pump and clematis-clad cottages, this has been used as many-a movie setting including, most recently, for Steven Spielberg’s superb War Horse. As this is a village without street lights or television aerials, it provides the perfect backdrop for historic scenes, with minimal adjustments. The 21st century has penetrated in the form of Castle Combe Circuit, however, which stages some of the best motor racing in the country. You can see top drivers here, or even have a go yourself!

Castle Combe is just 20 minutes from the historic city of Bath. Here, the amazingly-preserved Roman baths and elegant Georgian architecture are so perfect, the city has been declared a World Heritage Site. You can still walk on 2,000-year-old pavements beside the steaming pool, fed by underground springs with celebrated health-giving qualities; and, indeed, you can still bathe in the warm, mineral-rich waters and enjoy a range of spa treatments at the contemporary Thermae Bath Spa a short walk away. The more energetic of you may wish to climb the tower of 15th century Bath Abbey and gain a panoramic view of the city; or perhaps a visit to the Jane Austen Centre is in order. The celebrated novelist paid long visits here and used it as the setting for two of her books.

Bath is full of attractions, but none pull in more visitors than the individual shops, which offer quality, style and choice in abundance. If you’re after that rare and unusual gift or a memento to take back home, you won’t be disappointed. You’ll also find some of the best restaurants here for every price-range and taste. Some offer a step back in time, such as the Pump Room, with its traditional afternoon teas, the social heart of Bath for more than two centuries. Others are up-to-the-minute contemporary: British chef Jamie Oliver has opened one of his Italian restaurants, in the fashionable Milsom Quarter.

Any changes?
Our itineraries are carefully planned but, if you would like to add an extra night or another round of golf, just let your travel advisor know and they will happily make the arrangements for you.

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