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Bowood Park
Lanteglos
Camelford
Cornwall

PL32 9RF | View map

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Set in 230 acres of what was once a deer park of the Black Prince, you are assured of a warm welcome at Bowood Park. The non- golfer is amply catered for with many attractions and activities such as the National Trust coastline, cycling the Camel Trail, clubbing in Newquay and fine dining in our own and other fashionable North Cornwall restaurants.The 6,700 yard championship golf course, winner of Golf Monthly's coveted Gold Award, is designed for all levels of golfer and offers discounted green fees to hotel residents. The rolling hills and woodland of the course are dotted with 27 lakes and ponds which double as wildlife reserve and water hazards. A fleet of 20 buggies is available.

Bedrooms are all en-suite and have all modern amenities. The superior bedrooms are larger in size and some balconies or views that overlook the golf course. The restaurant serves a wide range of cuisine which has earned an RAC Dining Award and The Lounge Bar, with its extensive stock of wines and malt whiskeys and late-night opening, is spacious and comfortably furnished with ample chairs and sofas.

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