2015 offer at De Vere Wychwood Park Stay & Play Golf in Cheshire

If you are looking for a UK Golf Break in 2015, Find A Golf Break UK are currently offering De Vere Venues Golf Packages in Cheshire at Wychwood Park.

De Vere Venues Wychwood ParkAbout De Vere Venues Wychwood Park in Cheshire

Wychwood Park’s course opened in 2002. The 7213 yards off the championship tees, provide the ultimate challenge for golfers.

Set in rolling Cheshire countryside, the 18 hole, par 72 course comprising US PGA specification greens, magnificent fairways, testing water hazards and protected wildlife areas is widely regarded as one of the premier inland courses in the North of England. With a fully stocked Pro Shop with its range of clubs, shoes and bags to the onsite golf clinic, you know you are in for a seriously good golfing experience.

How to get to De Vere Venues Wychwood Park – Cheshire

From the M6 Junction 16, take the A500 toward Nantwich. At the roundabout take the A531 towards Keele and Nantwich. At the next roundabout turn left on to the A531 towards Keele. Wychwood Park is on the right hand side and the entrance is at the right exit on the next roundabout.

From Chester take the A51 to Nantwich. Follow this road until you reach the Burford Crossroads (Junction with A534) where you turn left, signposted to Stone A500. Stay on this road through Shavington and Hough. Go over a railway bridge and at the next roundabout take 3rd exit on to the A531 towards Keele. Wychwood Park is on the right hand side and the entrance is at the right exit on the next roundabout.

De Vere Venues Wychwood Park Guest Rooms

108 guest rooms all well furnished to the standards you would expect of the De Vere venues name.

De Vere Venues Wychwood Park Facilities

• Free WiFi
• 108 bedrooms
• Award-winning Steam, Bake & Grill restaurant.
• 18 hole 72 par golf course
• Claret Jug 19th hole.
• Onsite free car park

De Vere Venues Wychwood Park Dining

De Vere Venues Wychwood ParkChefs serve up consistently high quality food, topped off by a great atmosphere in the award-winning Steam, Bake & Grill restaurant. Mouthwatering dishes are freshly prepared; from Roasted Pork belly, sticky red cabbage and apple fritters to crispy skin Sea Bass, braised leeks, saffron potatoes and sauce vierge – simply cooked to perfection.

They’ve also thought of the little ones – a kid’s menu full of tasty options, with each meal designed to provide them with at least 1 of their 5 a day.

Recharge your batteries and relax with a quiet beer or wine in front of the big match, catch-up on the news in the lounge or just sit back and watch the world go by.

And if you’re hungry, then order from the bar menu – they’ve put together a selection of D-licious options from freshly prepared sandwiches, to pizzas and healthy salads.

Things to Do/ Places to See in Cheshire

Escape to the fantabulous world of the Alton Towers Resort where there’s so much going on, the fun never stops. Home to Britain’s most loved theme park with great kids attractions, white-knuckle roller coaster rides, special events and much, much more, Alton Towers Resort is the perfect destination for the whole family. Experience Sharkbait Reef by Sea Life, to embark on a mission of discovery by joining Captain Black and his crew beneath the wreckage of the galleon in Mutiny Bay, and visit the Cloud Cuckoo Land Theatre for the new Ice Age 4D Experience.

A theme park of firsts Alton Towers has Europe’s first inverted roller coaster, Nemesis, the world’s first vertical drop roller coaster, Oblivion and also the world’s first free fall drop coaster, Th13teen. There is an experience to be had by all.

Chester Zoo

Come and visit the 8,000 animals, in 110 acres of award-winning zoological gardens, with the 1.4 million people who come to visit every year. Explore and get to grips with the many conservation projects the Zoo are involved with, at home and abroad.

At each enclosure of the thousands of animals there are unique ways of learning about the animals, by reading, touching and smelling the information panels. Just by walking around the numerous spaces you can all learn so much more about the animals, their natural habitats and what makes them so special and worth conserving. Chester Zoo is truly eye opening and memorable experience for all, including some animals that are long gone but still huge in the learning of the animal world.

Jodrell Bank Science Centre

Visit the Jodrell Bank Science Centre at The University of Manchester, for an educational filled day. Take a look at the Lovell Telescope, explore the planets, plus enjoy their café and gardens, where you can relax and take everything in.

Playing Golf in Cheshire

Cheshire is home to roughly 80 golf courses. If you’re looking for value for money golf then Cheshire is the place to be. Golfers looking for golf breaks will love it here because there’s so much to do besides the golf. The area is known as a ‘great destination’ in itself and the golf courses only add to the aura of what is a wonderful place to spend a holiday.De Vere Venues Wychwood Park

Portal Golf and Country Club, in Tarporley, Heyrose, a superb course near the delightful town of Knutsford and Mottram Hall, a Dave Thomas design that’s fast becoming recognised as a wonderful test.

De Vere Venues Wychwood Park Fine Details

This is subject to sale terms and conditions, plus availability.

This De Vere Venues Wychwood Park Deal includes:

• Dinner
• Accommodation
• Full English Breakfast
• 2 rounds of Golf

Golf Breaks from only £79!

How to Book this De Vere Venues Wychwood Park Package

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T: 03 333 44 23 10



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