Ireland - Northwest Hidden Gems Package
North West Ireland is a destination that is loved as much for its scenery as it is for its golf. The shoreline here is nothing short of spectacular and provides a dramatic stage for a number of stunning links courses.
With celebrated layouts and hidden gems around every corner, this region has all the right ingredients for a top-class golfing holiday.
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Ballyliffin Golf Club: Set in Ireland’s most northern location, two outstanding and contrasting links courses make up Ballyliffin Golf Club. The Old Links undulates in the glory of its natural terrain, presenting a most enjoyable challenge to every golfer. The new Glashedy Links is designed around incredible dunes and notorious bunkers. Golfers will not easily forget the expansive panoramic views of countryside, coastline and ocean.
Donegal Golf Club: Situated on the beautiful Murvagh in Donegal Bay, a forest of evergreens, with the Bluestack Mountains in the background, screen the course from the outside world. Recently used by Nick Faldo in preparation for his third victory in the Irish Open, published ratings always feature Donegal (or Murvagh, as it is popularly known), one of the longest links in the British Isles.
Enniscrone Golf Club: A particularly beautiful links that was formed in 1918 on the Bay of Killala. Enniscrone’s reputation as a top class venue has been embellished with the addition of six new holes expertly designed by famous course architect Donald Steele, which add an extra dimension to the 27 hole layout.
County Sligo Golf Club: One of Ireland's great championship links, Peter Aliss described it "as a tremendous test for the highest quality player and great fun for the modest competitor". The club has hosted most of Ireland's major championships in its long and venerable history. Three large beaches beneath the cliffs keep the Atlantic at bay to the west of the course, while towering Benbulben competes with the ocean for scenic splendor on the land side. Wind from the sea plays a constant factor, but the 3rd, 5th, 10th and 14th holes have very satisfying downhill drives to compensate.
Ballyliffen Lodge & Spa, Ballyliffen: With spectacular views of Malin Head, the Inishowen Coastline, the golden sands of Pollen Bay and the Atlantic coast this hotel is located in a spectacular setting. Just minutes from the famous Ballyliffen Golf Club, the hotel was designed and built to a four star standard offering the ultimate in luxurious accommodations and a state of the art spa and leisure facilities.
Radisson Blu Hotel,Sligo: The hotel is located just outside Sligo City, on the road to Rosses Point. Sligo Airport in Strandhill, only 10 minutes away and Knock Airport a mere 45 minutes. Dublin is 212 km away while Galway is 143 km. Derry and Belfast are 138 and 200 km away respectively. All 132 bedrooms feature cable and pay TV, radio, direct dial telephone with voicemail, wireless broadband internet connections, in-room safe, tea & coffee hospitality tray, minibar, iron, ironing board and trouser press. 5 Executive suites incorporating King & Queen style bedrooms, a Presidential suite, family rooms and accessible bedrooms are also available.