This day of golfing action sees groups of players take on 18 moorland holes (usually £30 per person on weekdays and £35 per person on weekends). Designed by Donald Steel, the verdant course stretches across 262 sloping acres peppered with obstacles such as a stream, ponds, woodland and doglegs. Efforts are fuelled by a sausage roll (£3.60) and a hot cup of tea or coffee (£2). Visitors can opt to pre-book a buggy to help navigate terrain for £20.
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A historic country house overlooking orchard-strewn countryside and the Peak District beyond, the four-star Shrigley Hall Hotel boasts 148 bedrooms. The hotel’s grounds offer an 18-hole golf course, a coppice, parkland, and fishing lake, while other leisure facilities include a gym, 14-metre swimming pool, hot tub, sauna and steam room. The venue is also home to a trio of dining options to round off the relaxation.
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Golfshake (84 Reviews)
Shrigley Hall Hotel has scored an impressive 4/5 on TripAdvisor, earning a 2013 Certificate of Excellence from the site, while the golf course itself has picked up an encouraging 4.02/5 from Golfshake users.
TripAdvisor comments have focused on the accommodation, with additional praise going to the surroundings and service at the venue. Golfshake users have complimented the 18-hole course for its scenic views and testing holes, in particular the water-surrounded third.
Details verified 29/04/2013.
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