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The Belfry
Wishaw
Warwickshire

B76 9PR | View map

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The Belfry offers a range of facilities and services with a reputation for warm and friendly service. Set in 550 acres of beautiful English countryside and with easy access by road, rail or air. The Belfry is the only venue in the world to have hosted the Ryder Cup on four occasions and is now home to the Quinn Direct British Masters.

As one of the legends of the golf world, a wander through the hotel will evoke memories of past matches as you pass The European and American Team Rooms. Home to The world famous Brabazon course the hotel boasts an additional two courses - The Derby, suitable for every standard of golfer, and the more challenging PGA National, one of only three courses in the British Isles to be branded by the PGA.

This vibrant four star resort offers a range of facilities including a selection of bars and restaurants, leisure club with pool, sauna and AquaSpa 'Fire & Ice' experience, beauty treatments in The Spa, hair salon and the Bel Air night club situated in the hotel grounds.

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