Marriott Forest of Arden introduces new packages

Andy Roberts's picture
Tue, 27 Oct 2015
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Forest of Arden, a Marriott Hotel and Country Club, has launched several new society and corporate golf packages.

The new offering, which will provide groups of guests with a memorable golf day out at the impressive Birmingham-based destination, is highlighted by the premium ‘Hole in One’ package which includes a full English breakfast on arrival, 18 holes of golf on the Donald Steel designed Arden Course and a three course dinner from just £130 per person.

Additional services that come as part of this premium package to provide the complete vip experience include a bespoke club cleaning service, live scoring, reserved spaces in the car park, a dedicated golf event organiser on the day, 10% off in the golf shop and complimentary use of the leisure facilities throughout the day.

Further lower-level packages with offer variations on the provision of food and beverage are also available from just £69 (Eagle Package) and £84 (Albatross package) per person.

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Director of Golf Fraser Liston said: “We’re extremely excited about the launch of these corporate packages and feel sure that there is an option to suit everybody, both in terms of budget and experience expectations.

“Through the perfect combination of golf, food and beverage services, we’ve been able to put together three well blended packages that will enable our corporate guests to enjoy the full Forest of Arden experience.”

Forest of Arden continues to provide the perfect location for both business and leisure travel, and is conveniently located near Solihull.

As one of the most impressive golf destinations in the West Midlands, two championship standard golf courses and first class practice facilities provide the perfect getaway for the avid golfer.

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