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The Vincent Hotel, Southport

The Vincent opened its doors in June 2008 - a unique lifestyle hotel for the North West of England. Situated on Lord Street, Southport's Parisienne Boulevard, the Vincent takes comfort and personal service to new heights - all within a fresh, stylish and contemporary interior. The guestrooms at the Vincent are cool and stylish. Sink into the ultra-comfortable beds, and surround yourself with specially selected Frette cotton sheets. State-of-the-art technology is everywhere - high speed internet access, Wall mount HD - LCD TV's, workstations, fully comprehensive free MP3 collection with over 5000 titles and the latest Pay-per View Blockbuster movies.” Tony McGee" at the Vincent Lounge is a member only bar, the Vincent’s hotel guests are members for the duration of their stay.

Bell Hotel, Sandwich

The Bell itself has stood on its present site since the early 17th century, although an earlier Bell Inn was certainly in existence in Sandwich from the 14th century and reputedly hosted Queen Elizabeth I with a glass of sack. Although no longer host to monarchs The Bell is still renowned for its warm hospitality and stylish accommodation. The Bell offers guests the opportunity to relax in traditional comfort with all the benefits of modern facilities to hand. This small hotel prides itself on providing the personal service and professional care which ensure that every stay is a memorable occasion.

The individually furnished bedrooms are attractive and spacious. All have ensuited facilities and views of the River Stour or the ancient streets and rooftops of Sandwich. Crystal chandeliers enhance the atmosphere of the Regency Room with its high ceilings and intriguing Minstrels Gallery. Once used as the Assembly Room for the town, the Regency Room now provides an ideal venue for conferences, dinners and dances.

The Bell's elegant restaurant is famed for its exceptional cuisine. Pre and post dinner drinks can be enjoyed in the cosy cocktail bar, or in the more contemporary setting of the Magnum's Wine Bar, which offers a varied selection of light meals and quality wines. Blazing fires in winter, sunny balconies in summer, friendly staff, efficient service and outstanding cuisine provide The Bell Hotel with a warm ambience to delight guests all year round.

Oatlands Park Hotel, Surrey

This privately owned historic country house became a hotel in 1856 and stands on the site of the grand Royal Palaces of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. The great cedar tree at the front of the hotel was planted by Charles I to celebrate the birth of his son, Henry of Otelands. Set within acres of picturesque parkland, Oatlands Park overlooks the Broadwater Lake and has far reaching views over the Surrey countryside. These views can be enjoyed from the restaurant and lawn terrace and serve as a peaceful retreat, providing the perfect setting for a relaxing break. Oatlands Park Hotel offers both sporting and leisure activities.  Guests can enjoy the fresh air and improve their golf skills on the 9 hole par 3 golf course, play a leisurely game of tennis or try their hand at croquet before taking a relaxing stroll around our grounds.

We have chosen this hotel specifically for its location. It’s not too far from Heathrow or Gatwick airports and it is less than 2 kilometers to the Weybridge British Rail station, making travel into the Central City (and elsewhere) a simple matter. It’s handy to the Motorway system we will use to get to/from St Georges and perfectly located for our final 2 rounds at Sunningdale & Walton Heath.