Belfry retains 'England's Leading Resort" title

Warwickshire layout wins World Travel Awards gong for second year running

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The Belfry has been named “England’s Leading Resort” for the second year running at the World Travel Awards.

The awards hope to promote global travel and tourism by recognising excellence, with the Warwickshire layout beating off stiff competition.

James Stewart, Resort Director at The Belfry, commented: “To win such a prestigious title for the second year running is truly special and a testament to all the tireless work the staff at our wonderful resort put in.

“To be recognised as the best resort in the country is a truly special feeling and the award showcases the incredible facilities we have on offer here, from the leisure club & spa, to the events spaces and fine gastronomy, topped off by our extremely proud golfing heritage. We would just like to thank all those that voted for us and appreciate your continued support.”

Set in 550 acres of countryside, the Belfry underwent a stunning £26m renovation In 2013, and offers a new-look hotel, fine dining, and spa.

The Brabazon Golf Course has hosted the Ryder Cup on four occasions.

Head to the Belfry's website for more information.