Despite the ongoing difficulty many golf resorts are experiencing as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, it's pleasing to learn today that two UK golf resorts are getting ready to open new hotels in 2021.
Sandburn Hall in Yorkshire has this week announced a new £5 million hotel at its venue for May 2021.
The hotel will feature a total of 40 bedrooms, including two suites, to sit alongside its 18-hole championship golf course, grand function hall and restaurant.
"We’re crafting a brand new countryside hotel using fantastic raw materials, such as the natural green oak beams, which frame our triple-height lobby," hotel director James Hogg told Golf Business News.
"We’re merging traditional and contemporary, with some of the rooms having exposed brick, and the whole building will be an echo to the trademark design of our existing meetings and weddings area, the Grand Function Hall and Tykes restaurant."
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Elsewhere, the Gleneagles estate in Scotland has confirmed it will launching a new boutique hotel for its members, but 50 miles away in Edinburgh.
The new 'Gleneagles Townhouse' will comprise of 33 bedrooms, two bars and a rooftop terrace that will allow guests to enjoy "spectacular" views over the city, according to the brand.
It will also be home to a members’ club with ‘exclusive private spaces’ and an on-site gym.