Breadsall Priory Marriott Country Club
Hotel in England
BREADSALL PRIORY MARRIOTT HOTEL AND COUNTRY CLUB, DERBY
Steeped in history, the 4* Breadsall Priory Marriott Hotel and Country Club is located in the Derbyshire countryside. This resort dates to the year 1266 and is the oldest Marriott hotel in the world. Close to the Peak District National Park and other attractions such as Chatsworth House and Kedleston Hall, this is a fantastic place to stay whether for a relaxing weekend playing golf or visiting the well-known places close by.
Breadsall Priory offers comfortable, sophisticated rooms decorated in warm but fresh colours and views out to the gardens and golf course. All rooms have tea and coffee facilities, flat screen TV, WIFI and safe.
The Priory Retreat is the hotel’s signature Spa, offering treatments including facials, massages and manicures.
At the Leisure Club Fitness Centre, the staff include personal trainers who offer support and classes. Guests have free access to the indoor swimming pool and Leisure Club.
There are two restaurants on site; the Cast Iron Bar and Grill which offers the best of British dishes, a selection of beers, wines, cocktails and spirits, as well as traditional afternoon tea.
At the Tempo Bar you can enjoy a coffee or take lunch, which include sandwiches, salads and wraps, plus a warm and welcoming atmosphere to relax.
BREADSALL CHAMPIONSHIP PRIORY COURSE
One of the two courses at Breadsall Priory Resort, the Championship Priory Golf Course is a par 70, 18-hole course designed by property developer David Cox, opened in 1977. Named after the 13th century priory, of which only a single arch remains, features mature tree lined fairways, demanding an accurate shot to every tee from start to finish. A great course to play all year round due to the excellent drainage system.
BREADSALL MOORLAND COURSE
The second course, the Moorland Golf Course, is also a par 70, 18-hole course but slightly shorter than the Championship course. This opened in 1991 and is set on the grounds of the 13th century estate with breath-taking views of the surrounding Derbyshire countryside. This course certainly provides a challenge for every level of golfer, mixing the tricky rough and well-designed greens to put you to the test. As with the Championship course, the drainage system allows play all year round.