Norwich Golf and Accommodation deals


Great Norfolk golf offers from the George Hotel, Eaton and Bawburgh Golf Clubs

The George Hotel in Norwich has teamed up with two of Norfolk’s finest golf courses to offer a great overnight package deal.

With snow on the ground and biting winds you’re probably not thinking about a round of golf at the moment but we’ve taken the opportunity to secure a deal we think many golfers will find irresistible.

The package includes a round on Sunday at either Eaton or Bawburgh golf clubs, overnight stay at the three-star George Hotel close to the centre of Norwich and a further 18 holes the following day at the second course  .

The price is an amazing £99 for both rounds plus overnight accommodation and a full English breakfast.

And after one of our breakfasts you’ll only need a snack lunch to get you through the day!

The price is based on two people sharing a twin or double room. An extra night’s stay will cost just £35 per person.

If you want to dine at the hotel in the evening there is a further ten per cent discount from the a la carte menu prepared by our award winning chef.

We can also arrange special packages for larger groups which can include a boat trip for up to 12 guests, lessons from the pro at either course, shopping trips for when you’re all golfed out, pamper nights, gourmet evenings and trips to shows or concerts in Norwich in the evening.

Eaton Golf Club was founded in 1910 and has been described by course reviewers as a hidden gem and a golfing oasis as it is only two miles from Norwich city centre.

A 6118 yard par 70, it is tree-lined and demands accurate tee shots to beat the challenges it offers. And it is remarkably hilly considering it is situated in the heart of “flat” Norfolk.

For the ladies the course is a par 72 challenging 5562 yards.

The clubhouse always offers warm welcome with views over the 1st, tenth and 18th fairways.

The course at Bawburgh has long been popular with Norfolk golfers. Designed in 1979 by former professional Burt Kelly and Alan Barnard it was originally a par 70 and in 1991 further modified to be a challenging par 72 with two new holes.

The course undulates through beautiful landscape and has interesting tees and challenging greens.

It has wonderful views over the Yare valley and represents a true contest for players of all abilities.

The 460-yard par fourth 18th is regarded as one of the most difficult in the county.

The excellent club house makes for a welcoming 19th hole after that final challenge!

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