Ganton

Ranked 80th best golf course in the world, Ganton Golf Club reflects the work of many notable golf architects. Originally laid out as Scarborough Golf Club in 1891 by St. Andrews’ Tom Chisholm, changes were made in 1905 by James Braid, J.H. Taylor, and Ted Ray. Alister MacKenzie, Harry Colt and C.K. Cotton made further alterations over the next 50 years. Ganton sits nine miles from the coast and is a true inland links course.

Secluded, three-star hotel in an Edwardian era mansion just one mile from Woodhall Spa Golf Club (world’s top 100 golf course). Their restaurant serves modern British dishes, and they also have a terrace bar that serves pub fare. Other amenities include a beauty studio for spa treatments.
Upscale, three-star hotel in a converted 17th-century coaching inn along the River Derwent. Both their main garden restaurant, bar, and School Room off a comprehensive menu featuring local, seasonal cuisine.